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Hayate

Hayate may refer to: Hayate train, the name of a train service in Japan. Japanese destroyer Hayate 1925, a destroyer built for the Imperial Japanese Navy. Forward Racing formerly Hayate Racing Team, the Kawasaki team in the 2009 MotoGP season. Na ...

Hazelton

Hazelton, Kansas. (Хазелтон, Канзас) Hazelton, Idaho. (Хазелтон, Айдахо) Hazelton Youngstown, Ohio. (Хейзелтон Янгстаун, Огайо) Hazelton, West Virginia. (Хазелтон, Западная Вирджиния) Hazelton, New Jersey. (Хазелтон, Нью-Джерси) Hazelton, North D ...

Heaven (disambiguation)

Heaven is the place where deities originate, and where earthly beings may experience an afterlife. The sky may also refer to: Heaven in Christianity. (Рай в христианстве) Celestial sphere, the sky as seen from the Earth. Garden of Eden. (Сад Эдем ...

Hebe

Cousin Hebe, a character in Gilbert and Sullivans H.M.S. Pinafore. Hebe mythology, the goddess of youth in Greek mythology. Hebe Marvel Comics, a comics character in the Marvel Comics universe.

Hedda

Hedda Lettuce, American comedian. Hædde d. 705, Bishop of Winchester, saint. Hedda Nussbaum born c. 1942, American author. Hedda Sterne 1910–2011, Romanian-born American artist. Hedda Hopper 1885–1966, American actress and columnist. Hedda Hjorts ...

Helias (disambiguation)

Helias is the name of several people. These include: Helias died 326, a martyr and companion of Zanitas and Lazarus of Persia. Pêr-Jakez Helias 1914–1995, a Breton stage actor, journalist, author, poet, and writer for radio who worked in the Fren ...

Hema

Hema may refer to: Hema Alii nui of Maui. Hemalatha Kollywood Actress also credited as Hema. Hema Malini, a Bollywood actress. Hema people, an ethnic group in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. Hema actress Tollywood character artist. ...

Hemanta

Hemanta Kumari Debi 1869–1942, Indian aristocrat. Hemanta Mishra born 1945, Nepalese wildlife conservator and author. Hemanta Bahadur B.C., Nepalese politician. Hemanta Sena, ruler of the Sena dynasty 1070–1096. Hemanta Mukherjee 1920–1989, India ...

Hemanth

Hemanth may refer to: Hemanth Rao, Indian film director. Hemanth Jois, born 1991, Indian music director. Hemanth Ravan, Indian actor. Hemanth singer, an Indian playback singer. Hemanth Menon, born 1989, Indian actor.

Hengameh

Hengameh Shahidi born 1976, Iranian journalist, political activist, and political prisoner. Hengameh Mofid born 1956, Iranian film / theater actress, director, dramatist.

Henriette

Henriette may refer to: Princess Henriette of France. Henriette Hansen, Norwegian ballerina, singer and actor. Henriette of Cleves. (Генриетта Клевская) Hurricane Henriette disambiguation. (Ураган "Генриетта", сокр) Henriette, Minnesota. (Генриет ...

Hephzibah (disambiguation)

Miss Mamselle Hepzibah, a character from the comic Pogo. Hepzibah Pyncheon, a main character in The House of the Seven Gables. Hepzibah Smith, a minor character in the Harry Potter novels. Hepzibah comics, a character from the Marvel Comic univer ...

Hernando

Hernando Cortes, alternate spelling of Hernan Cortes. Hernando de Soto economist. Mila Hernando 1957–2017, Spanish diplomat. Hernando de Soto explorer.

Herz

Herz is the German word for heart. It may refer to: Salle des Concerts Herz, a former concert hall in Paris. Herz Glacier, South Georgia Island, Antarctica. Herz Cerfbeer of Medelsheim 1730–1793, French Jewish philanthropist. Herz surname. (Херц ...

Hezekiah (disambiguation)

Hezekiah was a king of Judah. Hezekiah may also refer to: Chaim Hezekiah Medini 1834–1905, rabbi who worked among the Krymchaks. Hezekiah ben Manoah or bar Manoah, rabbi from 13th-century France. Hezekiah rapper active from 1995, American rapper, ...

Hezi

Hezi Leskali 1952–1994, Israeli artist. Hezi Levi, commander of the Israeli Medical Corps from 2002 to 2007. Hezi Bezalel born 1951, Israeli businessman. Uzi-Eli Hezi born 1942, Israeli businessman. Yechezkel Hezi Eshel born 1931, retired Israel ...

Hide

Hide-and-seek, the childrens game. Gamekeepers hide or hunting hide or hunting blind, a structure to hide in when viewing or hunting wildlife. Hide skin, the cured skin of an animal. Bird hide, a structure for observing birds without causing dist ...

Hildebrand (disambiguation)

People with Hildebrand as a given name: Hildeprand of Spoleto, duke from 774 to 789. Hildebrand, a pen name for Nicolaas Beets 1814 – 1903. Hildebrand, a character from Germanic legend. Hildebrand bishop of Sees, flourished 849–84. Aldebrandus, 1 ...

Himawari

Himawari Kunogi 九軒ひまわり, a character in the manga and anime xxxHOLiC. Himawari, an NHK Asadora from 1996. Himawari! ひまわりっ!, an anime title. Himawari Uzumaki うずまきヒマワリ, a character in the manga and anime series Boruto: Naruto Next ...

Hinda

Hinda may refer to: Hinda Wassau 1906-1980, striptease and burlesque star. Hinda Hicks, Tunisian-born British singer. A variant spelling of Hind bint Utbah, 6th-7th-century Arab woman associated with Muhammed. Hinda Miller born 1950, member of th ...

Hing

Hing may refer to: Asafoetida, a spice derived from the plant Ferula assa-foetida. Hing surname. (Хинг фамилия) The people with the name Hing include: Lew Hing 1858–1934, American businessman. Hing Tong 1922–2007, American mathematician.

Hir (disambiguation)

Hir is an unofficial, socially-constructed gender-neutral pronoun used as him/her or his/her. Heer is also the mascot for India habitat centres annual Indian languages festival, Samanvay. Heer ageless, androgynous, a wandering storyteller who can ...

Hoàng Yến (disambiguation)

Hoàng Yến is a Vietnamese singer and actress. Hoàng Yến may also refer to: Nguyễn Hoàng Yến, xiangqi player. Dang Thi Hoang Yen, Vietnamese entrepreneur and educator. Võ Hoàng Yến, a beauty pageant.

Hob

Hemne Orkladal Billag, a defunct Norwegian transport company. Hobs Reprographics, a British printer. House of Blues, a chain of music halls and restaurants. Heart of Brooklyn, a tourism-related non-profit organization in New York City. HOB GmbH & ...

Hod

Hod or HOD may refer to: Brick hod, a long-handled box for carrying bricks or mortar. Hawk plasterers tool, used to hold plaster. A container used to hold clams when clam digging. Coal scuttle, bucket-like container for carrying coal. Home and Of ...

Hoel (disambiguation)

Hoel is a king of Brittany in the Arthurian legend. Joel may also refer to: People Sigrun Hoel born 1951, Norwegian lawyer, academic, government official and feminist. Nils Astrup Hoel 1899–1986, Norwegian businessperson. Hoel I, Duke of Brittany ...

Holliston

Holliston may refer to: Holliston, Saskatoon, Canada. (Холлистоне, Саскатун, Канада) Holliston High School, a secondary school in Holliston, Massachusetts. Holliston, Massachusetts, USA. (Холлистон, Массачусетс, США) Holliston TV series, a televi ...

Honda CBX (disambiguation)

The Honda CBX is a six-cylinder motorcycle made from 1978 to 1982. Honda TSW can also refer to motorcycles, Honda model designations that begin with the prefix WTS, including: Honda CBX series - about Honda motorcycles prefixed "CBX". Honda CBX40 ...

Honne

Honne may refer to: Honne tree, a tree that grows in southern India. Honne band, an English electronic music duo. Yasuyuki Honne born 1971, Japanese video game designer. Honne and tatemae, Japanese words that describe the contrast between a perso ...

Honoria (disambiguation)

Honoria Conway 1815–1892, one of the founders of the Sisters of Charity of the Immaculate Conception Catholic order. Honoria Glossop, fictional character in the Jeeves stories by P. G. Wodehouse. Honoria Acosta-Sison 1888–1970, Filipino doctor. T ...

Hoo

Hoo Junction railway station. Hoo St Werburgh, or simply Hoo. Hoo Fort. (ЖЭКи Форт) Hoo Peninsula, in Kent, England. Hoo, Suffolk, England. (Ху, Саффолк, Англия) The Hoo, a house in the London Borough of Camden. Hooton railway station, Cheshire, ...

Hortensia (disambiguation)

Hortensia Bussi 1914–2009, wife of Chilean President Salvador Allende. Hortensia orator, daughter of consul and advocate Quintus Hortensius Hortalus.

Hoshaiah

Hoshaiah is a biblical name. It may refer to: Hoshaiah II died c.350, an amora of the third and fourth generations. Hoshaiah Rabbah c.200, an amora Jewish scholar of the first generation.

Hosni

Housni Benslimane, senior Moroccan Gendarmerie officer. Husni Bey, Libyan businessman. Hosni Mubarak, Egyptian politician, fourth President of Egypt. Housni Mkouboi, French rapper. Husni al-Barazi, Syrian politician. Husni al-Zaim, Syrian politic ...

Hostin

Hostin, is a Belgian last name. People with this surname include: Louis Hostin 1908–1998, French weightlifter. Sunny Hostin born 1968, American lawyer, journalist, columnist, and social commentator.

Hotaru

Hotaru Yamaguchi born 1990, football player. Hotaru Akane 1983–2016, Japanese actress. Hotaru Yukijiro, actor, starred in Sexy Battle Girls, GARO. Hotaru Okamoto, manga artist of Only Yesterday.

Huey

Huey Long singer 1904–2009, American musician. Raymond B. Huey born 1944, American biologist. Hugh Morgan musician of the Fun Lovin Criminals, known as Huey. Michael Huey disambiguation, multiple people. Huey Lewis, rock musician, noted for his b ...

Huia (disambiguation)

Huia is an extinct New Zealand bird species. Huia may also refer to: Huia plant, a genus of extinct plants. Huia River, in the West Coast region of the South Island of New Zealand. 9488 Huia, a main-belt asteroid. "Huia", a song by Upper Hutt Pos ...

Huma

Huma County, a county of Daxinganling Prefecture in Heilongjiang, China. Huma River China, a tributary of the Amur River in Heilongjiang, China. Huma River Romania, a tributary of the Nemtisor River in Romania. Huma, Iran, a village in Lorestan P ...

Humanity

Humanity: A Moral History of the Twentieth Century, a 1999 book by Jonathan Glover. Humanity, a 1990 science fiction novel by Jerry Oltion in the Isaac Asimovs Robots and Aliens series. Humanity journal, an academic journal that focuses on human ...

Hung

People with the given name Hung include: Hung surname, various Chinese surnames. Hùng king, a king of Vietnam. Hung Huynh, Vietnamese-American chef, winner of the third season of the television show Top Chef. Hung Cheng, professor of Applied Math ...

Hutch

Hutchinson, Kansas "Hutch", a city in Kansas, United States. Hutchinson, Minnesota "Hutch", a city in Minnesota, United States. Hutch, Kentucky, an unincorporated community located in Bell County, Kentucky, United States. Hutchinson River Parkway ...

Hyo (disambiguation)

Hyo is the Korean name for filial piety, one of the eight Confucian virtues that emphasizes a respect for ones parents and ancestors. Fictional characters with the name Hyo include: Hyo Amano, a character from the Last Blade video game series. Hy ...

Hyoseong

Hyoseong, also spelled Hyosŏng or Hyosung may refer to: Hyosŏng-dong, neighbourhood of Chongnam, South Pyongan, North Korea. Hyosung, South Korean industrial conglomerate. People Hyoseong of Silla died 742, 34th monarch of the Korean kingdom of S ...

Hyūga

Hyūga may refer to: Japanese battleship Hyūga, a battleship of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Hyūga class helicopter destroyer, a helicopter carrier of the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force. Hyūga, Miyazaki, a city in Japan. Hyūga Province, an ol ...

Iban

Iban Espadas born 1978. Iban Parra born 1977. Playing name of Ivan Salvador born 1995. Iban Zubiaurre born 1983.

Ibar

Jose Ibar born 1969, Cuban baseball player. Hilmi Ibar born 1947, Kosovar academic. Ibar of Beggerin died 500, Irish saint. Ibar of Killibar Beg, Irish saint.

Ibn Sahl

Ibn Sahl may refer to: Ali ibn Sahl Rabban al-Tabari 838–870, Muslim hakim, Islamic scholar, physician and psychologist. Shapur ibn Sahl d. 869, Persian Christian physician. Ibn Sahl of Seville 1212–1251, Moorish poet of Andalusia. Ahmed ibn Sahl ...

Ibuka

Masaru Ibuka1908-1997, Japanese electronics industrialist and co-founder of Sony. Ibuka Kajinosuke 1854-1935, Japanese samurai, ordained minister and educator of the late Edo period.

Idalia

Idalia, Queensland, suburb of Townsville, Queensland, Australia. Idalia, Colorado, unincorporated community in Yuma County, Colorado, US. Idalia, Missouri, unincorporated community in Stoddard County, Missouri, US. Idalia Manor, historic home loc ...