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Huntʹingdon

(called by the Saxons Huntantun, and in Doomsday Hunter’s dune) appears to have derived its name from its situation in a tract of country which was anciently an extensive forest abounding with deer, and well suited for the purposes of the chase.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Huniades, Hunniades, or Hunyady
Hunks
Hunt
Hunter
Hunter’s Moon (The)
Hunters and Runners
Hunting of the Hare
Hunting the Gowk
Hunting the Snark
Hunting two Hares
Huntingdon
Huntingdon Sturgeon (A)
Huon de Bordeaux
Hurdle Race (A)
Hurdy-gurdy
Hurlo-Thrumbo
Hurly-burly
Hurrah
Hurricane
Hurry
Hurry-skurry

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Huntingdon