- From Ancient Greek Ἕκτωρ (Hektōr), possibly from ἔχω ("restrain"). (Wiktionary)
“KING PRIAM on his tower saw Achilles come raging across the plain and he cried out to Hector, Hector, beloved son, do not await this mans onset but come within the Citys walls.”
“Scott Signori's portfolio at Stonecat Cafe in Hector is slowly, deeply, making me question my meat-free diet, so, a lot of classic pairings I haven't yet tried.”
“Hector is born in the town of Ilion and is named after Hector in the Iliad.”
“Hector, is your philosophy then, ‘if it feels bad, do it’?”
“Although around here Hector is clearly the most guilty of that particular crime. tomemos says:”
“Ask yourself, Hector, is this a road to Damascus conversion, or a political calculation about what plays in a Tennessee general election versus a Democratic primary in New York?”
“I see Hector is supporting the brutal ethnic cleansing of German civilians from Koningsberg.”
“And what sucks about it, Hector, is that that law takes away half of my heritage.”
“Hector is very much sui generis among the commenters here.”
“A friend lived in Hector, New York, and we would often make the get-away trek up to pitch our tent or sleep in the barns of farmers who lived around the area.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Hector’.
Inspired by "Hottest Guys Names: A list by fjf."
Immortal people after whom waterborne species were named. Most of them have been marine zoologists, I would guess.
e.g. Gates' goblet, Humphrey's buccinum, Turton's moon snail, etc.
Looking for tweets for Hector.