Definitions

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  • adjective Pertaining to the Huns
  • noun The language of the Huns

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Examples

  • TURTLE BAY, March 18 — The United Nations Security Council, now on a roll, voted unanimously late Thursday for a resolution condemning the Hunnic Empire and putting Attila on notice about his behavior in Gaul.

    U.N. Puts Huns on Notice

  • It was in the Western Roman empire, the Hunnic empire, the Byzantine empire, you know, all the way up through the Russian empire, the British empire, and then finally the United States.

    HOLLYWOOD INSIDER: Warehouse 13: Cow Poop, Chemistry and the Importance of Cookies!

  • The archeology tells us the Hunnic empire did not consist solely, or even mainly, of Huns.

    Attila the Hun

  • He was a leader who astutely analysed the Hunnic war machine and had the confidence and personal qualities to harness it to maximum effect, though the extent to which he was driven by necessity cannot be underestimated.

    Attila the Hun

  • Without so many allies, Hunnic power could never have grown so far or so fast.

    Attila the Hun

  • If its different components were not mobilised against Rome, they would start fighting each other or their Hunnic masters.

    Attila the Hun

  • From Priscus, it also emerges that the Romans consistently attempted to undermine Hunnic control over their allies.

    Attila the Hun

  • As they were the basis of Hunnic military strength, this tactic made perfect sense.

    Attila the Hun

  • Hunnic military domination built and maintained the empire, but some of its internal contradictions were smoothed over by redistributing its loot.

    Attila the Hun

  • Priscus doesn't say why they fell out, but a quarrel over how and where to deploy the Hunnic war machine the line taken on TV is a persuasive suggestion.

    Attila the Hun

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