Definitions

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  • proper n. A surname.

Etymologies

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From a medieval diminutive of Hick.

Examples

  • At the risk of appearing a ghastly pedant, and in pursuit only of familial exactitude, I should point out that it's "Higgitt".

    Name dropping

  • Elsewhere, Adam Higgitt warns against online party politicos interfering with the Labour leadership contest in order to further their own agendas.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • Anonymous said ... oh, so Normalmouth was Duncan Higgitt - I always thought it was Chris Castle.

    The contenders speak

  • In September, 1972, Commissioner Higgitt was elected President of the world-famous international criminal police organization INTERPOL.

    Policing in Today's 'Sophisticated' Society

  • I am proud to present to this audience, in honour of the centennial year of the world-famous Royal Canadian Mounted Police, its distinguished Commissioner, William L. Higgitt, who will speak to us on the subject, "Policing in Today's 'Sophisticated' Society".

    Policing in Today's 'Sophisticated' Society

  • The pros and cons of freelance writing gigs Duncan Higgitt

    News from Journalism.co.uk

  • Commissioner Higgitt was invested with the insignia of Commander in the most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem by His Excellency, Governor General Michener, our Honorary President and a highly respected Past President of this Club.

    Policing in Today's 'Sophisticated' Society

  • In 1960, Commissioner Higgitt was posted to London, as Liaison Officer for the U.K. and Western Europe.

    Policing in Today's 'Sophisticated' Society

  • The oath of office was taken by William Leonard Higgitt, present Commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police at Regina in September 1937.

    Policing in Today's 'Sophisticated' Society

  • Commissioner Higgitt was thanked on behalf of The Empire Club of Canada by Lieutenant-Colonel John G.B. Strathy.

    Policing in Today's 'Sophisticated' Society

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