harold

  • 1 Harold — is an Old English name, meaning army leader , same as the title herald. A diminutive of Harold is Harry. *Several kings of Denmark, England and Norway were named Harald or Harold *Harold Arroyo, Puerto Rican boxer * [http://www.adb.online.anu.edu …

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  • 2 Harold — el primo o como le quieran decir este tipo es apacionado por el parkour Este nombre puede referirse a: primo Harold Ford, Jr., candidato al senado estadounidense. Harold Perrineau, Jr. actor estadounidense. Harold Lloyd, actor estadounidense.… …

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  • 3 HAROLD II — (1022 env. 1066) roi d’Angleterre (1066) À la mort, en 1053, de son père Godwin, comte de Wessex et de Kent, Harold, qui avait reçu le comté d’Est Anglie en 1044, devint l’homme puissant d’Angleterre. En 1057, il obtint des comtés pour ses trois… …

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  • 4 Harold — ist eine Vornamensvariante von Harald, die insbesondere im englischsprachigen Raum verbreitet ist. Harold ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Dave Harold (* 1966), englischer Snooker Spieler Gale Harold (* 1969), US amerikanischer… …

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  • 5 Harold —   [englisch hærld], Könige von England:    1) Harold I., genannt Harold Harefoot [ heərfʊt, »Hasenfuß«], König (seit 1037), ✝ Oxford 17. 3. 1040; illegitimer Sohn Knuts des Großen Nach dessen Tod 1035 zum Regenten für Hardknut ernannt und 1037… …

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  • 6 Harold II — (or Harald II) can refer to several people:*Harald II of Norway *Harold II of Denmark *Harold II of England …

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  • 7 Harold I — Harold (or Harald) can refer to several people:*Harald I of Norway *Harold I of Denmark *Harold I of England …

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  • 8 Harold — Harold1 [her′foot΄har′əld] n. [OE Hereweald & Harald < ON Haraldr, both < Gmc * Hariwald, lit., army chief < * harja , army (OE here, OHG heri) + * waldan, to rule: see WIELD] a masculine name: dim. Hal Harold2 [har′əld] 1. died 1040;… …

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  • 9 Harold — m English: from an Old English personal name composed of the elements here army + weald ruler, reinforced before the Norman Conquest by the Scandinavian cognate Haraldr, introduced by Norse settlers. The name was not common in the later Middle… …

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  • 10 Harold — Harold, eine katholische, in Baiern angesessene, 1813 in den dortigen Adel aufgenommene u. 1820 in den Freiherrnstand erhobene Familie, welche schon 883 aus Dänemark nach Irland gekommen war, wo einige ihrer Mitglieder auf den westlichen irischen …

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  • 11 Harold — Harold, s. Harald (engl. Könige) …

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  • 12 Harold — masc. proper name, O.N. Haraldr, O.Dan., O.Swed. Harald, from P.Gmc. *harja waldaz army commander. For first element, see HARRY (Cf. harry); second element is related to P.Gmc. *waldan, source of O.E. wealdan (see WIELD (Cf. wield)). It shares an …

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  • 13 Harold II — 1022? 66, king of England 1066: defeated by William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings (son of Earl Godwin). * * * known as Harold Godwineson born с 1020 died Oct. 14, 1066, near Hastings, Sussex, Eng. King of England (1066). The son of the… …

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  • 14 Harold — /har euhld/, n. a male given name. * * * (as used in expressions) Alexander Harold Rupert Leofric George Alexander 1st Earl Arlen Harold Barton Sir Derek Harold Richard Bloom Harold Clurman Harold Edgar Crane Harold Hart James Harold Doolittle… …

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  • 15 Harold — (as used in expressions) Alexander, Harold (Rupert Leofric George) Alexander, 1 conde Arlen, Harold Barton, Sir Derek H(arold) R(ichard) Harold George Belafonte, Jr. Bloom, Harold Clurman, Harold (Edgar) Crane, (Harold) Hart James Harold… …

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  • 16 Harold — This most interesting surname is German, cognate with the English name Harrod , which itself derives from the Anglo Saxon personal name Here weald meaning army power . Harold was a popular Scandinavian given name; for example, Harold Harefoot was …

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  • 17 Harold — n. A person who hangs around in cemeteries. Harold v. Harolding pp. Example Citation: Eventually, Harold and Maude would play for two years in Paris, where Cort won a Crystal Star (the French equivalent of the Academy Award.) In college towns and …

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  • 18 Harold I — ( Harefoot ) died 1040, king of England 1035 40 (son of Canute). * * * known as Harold Harefoot died March 17, 1040, Oxford, Eng. King of England (1035–40). The illegitimate son of Canute the Great, he served as regent of England for his half… …

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  • 19 Harold — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Harold est un nom propre qui peut désigner : Harold, ou sa variante Harald, prénom masculin anglo saxon. Harold, personnage du comic Batman. Harold,… …

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  • 20 Harold II — noun King of England who succeeded Edward the Confessor in 1066 and was the last of the Anglo Saxon monarchs; he was killed fighting the invasion by William the Conqueror (1045 1066) • Syn: ↑King Harold II • Instance Hypernyms: ↑King of England,… …

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