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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Hodges, John Cornelius Known as "Johnny” or "Jeep.” 1907-1970. American jazz saxophonist who was a key player in the Duke Ellington Orchestra (1928-1951).

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  • proper n. A patronymic surname.

Etymologies

From Hodge from the given name Roger + patronymic suffix -s. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • "There's a lot of great players out there, but I've always felt this shrine (the Hall of Fame) should be for a select few," said former major leaguer Mike Epstein, who played for Hodges on the Washington Senators but doesn't think that Hodges is a slam-dunk choice for Cooperstown.

    USATODAY.com - Verdict still out on vets heading to Cooperstown

  • And I looked at the numbers, I looked at the RBI, and I said: 'Yes, Gil Hodges is a Hall of Famer.'

    USATODAY.com - Verdict still out on vets heading to Cooperstown

  • Hodges is a strong-legged kicker with excellent directional ability.

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  • Cook's Oceanic voyages offered a paradigm and iconographyas in Hodges 'depiction of Cook's welcome to the Pacific (see fig. 1) for the heroine's cross-cultural encounter and the quest for a lost Eden.

    Savage Boundaries

  • "Hodges is the heart and soul of our team," Simms said.

    NCAA Football - Texas vs. Oregon

  • I took one look down the fairway and toward Lake Pat Cleburne and said the word Hodges said he has heard at least once on every tour he has given.

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  • Roneeka Hodges was the only offensive weapon for Florida State

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  • He heard a great noise of water slashed in bucketsful against a wall, and this was followed by a sort of gurgling that seemed to him to come from a human throat; this latter, however, was almost drowned in an exulting chuckle of several persons, among whom he caught the tones of a turnkey called Hodges and of the governor himself.

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  • St George great Steve Morris, at the time, labelled Hodges a

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