Definitions

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  • proper n. A topographic and patronymic surname.

Etymologies

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Variant of Haw.

Examples

  • The name is derived from the old Saxon word "Hawe" which means thorn hedge.

    A History of Caroline County, Virginia

  • Chickahominy, with hard brushes at Nances and Hawe Shops.

    Sketch of Cobb Legion Cavalry and some incidents and scenes remembered,

  • The agencies, also motivated by the new leader of the state police academy, Joe Hawe, had already been discussing new techniques.

    The Seattle Times

  • Hawe says it was during the crash probe that investigators discovered his true identity and arrested him Wednesday on a warrant.

    The Seattle Times

  • "We want to get out on the field and get the kids out there and see what they can do," said Hawe, who says he sees the state competition as wide open.

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  • Hawe said he's depending on a small contingent of upperclassmen to lead his squad this year.

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  • "With six sophomores in the starting lineup, on paper it looks like a rebuilding year," Hawe said.

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  • Hawe, who is a second cousin to HHS softball coach John Hawe, won the 100 and 400.

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  • Two innings later, Jackson came up with another big hit, this time hitting what Hawe called a "towering" solo shot to left off pitcher Megan Hash.

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  • Golf: Hawe rallys to Waikato's interprovincial cause

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