American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Humboldt, Baron (Friedrich Heinrich) Alexander von 1769-1859. German naturalist and writer. His expedition to South America, Cuba, and Mexico (1799-1804) advanced the science of ecology.
- n. German naturalist who explored Central and South America and provided a comprehensive description of the physical universe (1769-1859)
- n. German philologist noted for his studies of the relation between language and culture (1767-1835)
“HUMBOLDT - A Hardy teen died Thursday morning as a result of a snowmobile accident that happened Wednesday night in Humboldt.”
“HUMBOLDT SQUID STILL EXCELLENT: Anglers have been seeing excellent action on the giant Humboldt squid out of San Diego, Oceanside, and now all the way up into the Santa Monica Bay.”
“HUMBOLDT - The city of Humboldt is considering turning over operations and maintenance of the municipal water plant to a private company.”
“HUMBOLDT - The city of Humboldt will apply for a grant to hire an additional police officer if the city gets the backing of the Humboldt Community School Board.”
“HUMBOLDT - Santa had a question for Jayden Walters, 3, of Des Moines, Saturday afternoon after he asked St. Nick for a pony at the Kiwanis Christmasland display in Humboldt.”
“Compare the remarks of Wilhelm von Humboldt on the Maya conjugation, in his essay on the American verb, as published in my _Philosophic Grammar of the American Languages, as set forth by Wilhelm von Humboldt_, pp. 35-39 (Philada.,”
“Yeah, the major source of income in Humboldt is marijuana and itâs also the setting for the warm and multi-layered film âHumboldt County. â”
“There is no question we now have momentum in this, what I call the Humboldt Hand-Count Campaign.”
“In 2004 the Humboldt County District Attorney's Office, under Paul Gallegos, filed a complaint against Skilled Healthcare Group, Inc., related corporations and five of the defendants 'skilled nursing facilities in Humboldt County.”
“He also co-owns Fieldbrook Winery in Humboldt county, which normally produces about 1000 cases per year.”
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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.
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