- Laf·cad·i·o [laf-kad-ee-oh] /læfˈkæd iˌoʊ/, Koizumi Yakumo, 1850–1904, U.S. journalist, novelist, and essayist, born in Greece; Japanese citizen after 1894.
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Examples from the Web for hearn
Andy wasn't certain; he'd only "hearn tell" about that road, but never been over it.Uncle Tom's Cabin
Harriet Beecher Stowe
I hearn Unc' Bernique tellin' you abaout that Grierson letter.Sally of Missouri
R. E. Young
"I hearn the clash of them jimmyjohns," chimed in the driver.His Unquiet Ghost
Charles Egbert Craddock (AKA Mary Noailles Murfree)
Hearn Missis read in the Bible that the Divil went into the swine.
A woman who looked as if she belonged there, hearn me and sez, “Who is Josiah?”Samantha at Coney Island