Definitions

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  • proper noun A patronymic surname.

Etymologies

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From a medieval diminutive of the given name Hugh.

Examples

  • The team also will get back high-scoring guards Trent Hutchin (10.7 points per game) and Gary Dixon (8.4 points per game).

    Southland Conference

  • Assuming he comes back healthy and is allowed back on the team in coach Jim Yarbrough's good graces, and assuming the team can again count on the double-figure scoring of junior guard Trent Hutchin (6-1, 175), then the Lions will have a strong backcourt in 2010-11 to try to make up for all the frontcourt talent it will lose.

    Southland Conference

  • Rayon Richards for The Wall Street Journal The house is located at the end of a three-mile stretch on Hutchin Hill Road.

    Woodstock Oasis

  • The latest murder in Kentucky: On Friday, Hutchin...

    Weirdwriter

  • The latest murder in Kentucky: On Friday, Hutchin...

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  • The latest murder in Kentucky: On Friday, Hutchin...

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  • The latest murder in Kentucky: On Friday, Hutchin...

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  • The latest murder in Kentucky: On Friday, Hutchin...

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  • The latest murder in Kentucky: On Friday, Hutchin...

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  • The latest murder in Kentucky: On Friday, Hutchin...

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