Hippocrates

Hippocrates, the father of medicine, born at Cos, 460 B.C.; was a contemporary of Socrates and Plato; was of wide-spread renown as a physician; settled in Thessaly and died at Larissa advanced in years; no fewer than 60 writings are ascribed to him, but only a few are genuine.

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

Hippias * Hippocrene
Hind, John Russell
Hindley
Hindu Kush
Hinduism
Hindustan
Hindustani
Hinton, James
Hiouen-Thsang
Hipparchus
Hippias
Hippocrates
Hippocrene
Hippodami`a
Hippolytë
Hippolytus, St.
Hispania
Hissar
Histology
Hitchcock, Edward
Hitchin
Hitopadesa