Definitions

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  • proper n. A patronymic surname.

Etymologies

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From a medieval diminutive of the given name Hugh.

Examples

  • Hukin was sentenced to 36 weeks in prison, suspended for 12 months, ordered to carry out

    Lynn News - News Feed

  • The court heard that Hukin was driving home from a night shift at Tesco just before 8am on

    Lynn News - News Feed

  • He said Hukin made no attempt to brake or stop and was travelling at between 45 and 50mph in a 30mph area.

    Lynn News - News Feed

  • He said Hukin could not explain how the accident had happened and suggested that Hukin may have fallen asleep at the wheel.

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  • Jude Durr, mitigating, said Hukin was a man of good character who had raised money for

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  • Having fallen in love with George Hukin, a handsome skilled craftsman, he then wondered what to do when Hukin got married.

    London Review of Books

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