- hadrian iii,
- hadrian iv,
- hadrian v,
- hadrian vi,
- hadrian's wall,
Origin of hadron
Examples from the Web for hadron
Hadron Dalla wore the same costume Verkan Vall had seen on the visiplate: he recognized her instantly.
There she assumed an identity as the daughter of a planter, and took the name of Dallona of Hadron.
Well, the name of Dirzed is up in blue light, with the name of Dallona of Hadron under it.
The Lady Dallona of Hadron is a scientist of integrity, incapable of falsifying her experimental work.
Dallona of Hadron started, almost as though the bullet had crashed into her own body, then caught herself and kept on walking.
Word Origin for hadron
1962, from Greek hadros "thick, bulky," the primary sense, also "strong, great; large, well-grown, ripe," from PIE root *sa- "to satisfy" (see sad). With elementary particle suffix -on. Coined in Russian as adron.