Hottentots

Hottentots, a name somewhat indiscriminately applied to the first known inhabitants of Cape Colony, who, however, comprised two main tribes, the Khoikhoi and the Bushmen, in many respects dissimilar, but speaking languages characterised alike by harsh and clicking sounds, a circumstance which induced the early Dutch settlers to call them Hottentots, which means practically “jabberers”; the great majority are semi-civilised now, and servile imitators of their conquerors.

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

Hostilius, Tullus * Houdon, Jean-Antoine
Horrocks, Jeremiah
Horse-power
Horsham
Horsley, Samuel
Hosea
Hoshangabad
Hoshiarpur
Hospitallers
Hospodar
Hostilius, Tullus
Hottentots
Houdon, Jean-Antoine
Houghton, Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord
Hounslow
Houri
Houston, Samuel
Houyhn`hnms
Hoveden, Roger of
Howard, Catherine
Howard, John
Howe, John

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