Definitions

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  • proper n. A patronymic surname.

Etymologies

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From a medieval diminutive form of Hob, from the given name Robert.

Examples

  • In it, he thanked Simon for the money, and informed Hoblyn that it had been deposited in a children's trust fund.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "Not only do we have all their clinical records - laboratory, vital signs, pharmacy database - we have annual assessments that we will do that we can track people, assessments of depression, PTSD, suicide screening, alcohol and substances, traumatic brain injury," says Dr. Jennifer Hoblyn, who specializes in mental illness at the VA of Palo Alto.

    News

  • [4] Probably Rev. Robert Hoblyn (1751 – 1839), a contemporary of

    Letter 166

  • Hoblyn was a relative and namesake of the well-known Cornish bibliophile Robert Hoblyn (1710 – 1756; DNB).

    Letter 166

  • Hoblyn was a relative and namesake of the well-known Cornish bibliophile, Robert Hoblyn (1710 – 1756; DNB).

    Letter 141

  • a letter written by Boesak to Simon's personal assistant Ian Hoblyn in March 1988.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • [4] Probably Rev. Robert Hoblyn (1751 – 1839), a contemporary of Southey’s uncle,

    Letter 141

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