Definitions

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  • proper n. A male given name, borne by an 8th century bishop of Liège, patron saint of hunters.

Etymologies

Germanic hug "heart, mind" + berht "bright, famous". (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • That night we had a skull session in the office, and at eleven thirty I called Hubert.

    The Good Fight

  • Linebacker Cqulin Hubert of Aldine, Texas, backed out of a commitment to Iowa State, and previously uncommitted defensive end Lawrence Cayou of New Orleans signed with the Red Raiders.

    Texas Tech - Team Notes

  • The masquerade works a bit better for the strapping Janet McTeer, who plays Albert's fellow transvestite, a housepainter who goes by the name of Hubert Page and opens Albert's eyes to possibilities he'd never thought existed.

    'Man on a Ledge' Does a Balancing Act

  • Hubert is that kind of child: he's trying to protect his parents and he can't, just as parents can't really protect children from terrible things that might happen.

    A life in books: Lauren Child

  • -- LB Cqulin Hubert, an Iowa State verbal commitment, changed his mind at the last minute and signed with Texas Tech. Hubert was a three-star Rivals. com prospect.

    Iowa State - Team Notes

  • About the Blogger: Jennifer Hubert is a middle school librarian; she is the author of Reading Rants!

    Blog of the Day: Reading Rants!

  • This tower at St. Hubert is the latest and most up-to-date tower in the world.

    The Shuttle of Empire—The Airship

  • Then the armed men rushed forward, forced Hubert from the altar, and carried him out of the church.

    An Island Story: A History of England for Boys and Girls

  • You see, it was the ancient, yet ever new, story of Cappelletti and Montecchi over again, and one day Captain Hubert de Mazareen had to tell Sir Jeremiah that he desired to marry the daughter of his grandfather's most cruel enemy.

    Lady Molly of Scotland Yard

  • Twenty-four hours later Captain Hubert arrived at Appledore Castle – too late, however, to see his grandfather alive.

    Lady Molly of Scotland Yard

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