Haiduk

Haiduk or Hajduk (i.e. cowherd), a name bestowed on a body of irregular infantry in Hungary who kept up a guerilla warfare in the 16th century against the Turks; in 1605 a stretch of territory on the left bank of the Theiss was conferred upon them, together with a measure of local government and certain other privileges; but in 1876 their territory was incorporated in the county of Hajdu; the name was in later times applied to the Hungarian infantry and to noblemen's retainers.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Haidee * Hailes, Lord, Sir David Dalrymple
Hagenbach, Karl
Haggadah
Haggai
Haggard, Rider
Haggis
Hagiographa
Hague, The
Hahn-Hahn, Ida
Hahnemann, Samuel
Haidee
Haiduk
Hailes, Lord, Sir David Dalrymple
Haileybury College
Hainan
Hainault
Hakim
Hakim Ben Allah
Hakluyt, Richard
Hakodate
Hal
Halacha