Hugo

[hyoo-goh or, often, yoo-; French y-goh]
noun
  1. Vic·tor (Ma·rie, Viscount) [vik-ter muh-ree; French veek-tawr ma-ree] /ˈvɪk tər məˈri; French vikˈtɔr maˈri/, 1802–85, French poet, novelist, and dramatist.
  2. a male given name.
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Historical Examples of hugo

  • I asked Hugo von Meilingen to settle affairs for me, and left that night.

    The First Violin

    Jessie Fothergill

  • He had, of course, no smallest inkling of Hugo's debts or gambling propensities.

    Jan and Her Job

    L. Allen Harker

  • Every one in business or official circles in Bombay knew about Hugo Tancred.

    Jan and Her Job

    L. Allen Harker

  • Hugo took it and stared at his son with strange glazed eyes.

    Jan and Her Job

    L. Allen Harker

  • I think myself the Indian Government wants to lose sight of Hugo.

    Jan and Her Job

    L. Allen Harker


British Dictionary definitions for hugo

Hugo

noun
  1. Victor (Marie) (viktɔr). 1802–85, French poet, novelist, and dramatist; leader of the romantic movement in France. His works include the volumes of verse Les Feuilles d'automne (1831) and Les Contemplations (1856), the novels Notre-Dame de Paris (1831) and Les Misérables (1862), and the plays Hernani (1830) and Ruy Blas (1838)
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