Humour

Humour, distinct from wit, and defined as “a warm, tender, fellow-feeling with all that exists,” as “the sport of sensibility and, as it were, the playful, teasing fondness of a mother for a child” ... as “a sort of inverse sublimity exalting into our affections what is below us,... warm and all-embracing as the sun.”

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

Hume, Joseph * Hundred Days
Hull
Hullah, John
Hulsean Lectures
Humanist
Humanitarians
Humbert I.
Humboldt, Friedrich Heinrich Alex., Baron von
Humboldt, Karl Wilhelm von
Hume, David
Hume, Joseph
Humour
Hundred Days
Hundyades John Corvinus
Hungary
Huns, The
Hunt, Holman
Hunt, Leigh
Hunter, John
Hunter, Sir William
Huntingdon
Huntingdon, Countess of

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Humour in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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