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- n. Alternative spelling of hajduk.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Formerly, one of a class of mercenary foot-soldiers in Hungary of Magyar stock, distinguished for their gallantry in the field.
- n. [cap. or lowercase] In Hungary, Austria, Germany, etc., an attendant in a judicial court, or in a palace or mansion, when dressed in the Hungarian semi-military costume.
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