from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Hood, John Bell 1831-1879. American Confederate army officer who conducted the defense of Atlanta against Union troops led by General William T. Sherman (1864) and was defeated at Nashville later that year.
- MountHood A volcanic peak, 3,426.7 m (11,235 ft) high, in the Cascade Range of northwest Oregon. It is the highest elevation in the state.
- Hood, Thomas 1799-1845. British poet and editor who wrote comic and topical verse, including "The Dream of Eugene Aram” (1829) and "The Song of the Shirt” (1843).
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