[ huhs; Czech hoos ]
/ hʌs; Czech hʊs /
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Jan [jan; Czech yahn]. /dʒæn; Czech yɑn/. Huss, John.
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Words nearby Hus
hurter, hurtful, hurtle, hurtleberry, hurtless, Hus, Husain, Husák, Husayn ʿAlī Mīrzā, husb., husband
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How to use Hus in a sentence
Hare lates lokin warliche nan ne mahe edwiten ham; in hus ne ut of hus.
Shan't beg your hus—I mean Mr. Paine's pardon; he ought to thank me for the compliment.The Rise of Roscoe Paine|Joseph C. Lincoln
Contrary to the advice of Hus he arrived at Constance on the 4th of April 1415.
Then every doubt is removed; the one killed was my hus—husband.Gordon Craig|Randall Parrish
In the darkest hours of national humiliation, the children of Hus and of Komensk (Comenius) did not despair.Bohemia under Hapsburg Misrule|Various
British Dictionary definitions for Hus
/ (Czech hʊs) /
Jan (jan). the Czech name of John HussSee Huss
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