Hari-Kari

Hari-Kari, called also a “happy despatch,” a form of suicide, now obsolete, permitted to offenders of high rank to escape the indignity of a public execution; the nature of it may be gathered from the name, “a gash in the belly.”

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

Hargreaves, James * Häring, Wilhelm
Hardouin, Jean
Hardwár
Hardy, Thomas
Hardy, Sir Thomas Duffus
Hardy, Sir Thomas Masterman, Bart.
Hare, Julius Charles
Harem
Harfleur
Hargraves, Edmund
Hargreaves, James
Hari-Kari
Häring, Wilhelm
Harington, Sir John
Hariri
Harlaw, Battle of
Harlech
Harlequin
Harley, Robert, Earl of Oxford
Harmattan
Harmodius
Harnack, Adolf