hud

hȗd prid. <odr. -ī, komp. hȕđī>
DEFINICIJA
arh. koji je ljutit [hudi pas]; oštar, strog, zao
ONOMASTIKA
Hùdislav m. os. ime (narodno, profilaktičko; potvrđeno u 13. st.); hip.: Hȗd, Hùdan, Húdo
pr.: Hùdac, Hȕdāk (Hùdak) (200, Zagorje), Hùdan (Dugo Selo), Húde (Samobor, Bjelovar), Hùdec (Novska, Križevci), Hùdeček (Pakrac), Hùdek (130, Zagreb, Zagorje), Hȕdelīst (Podravina), Hȗdī (220, Virovitica, Zlatar Bistrica), Hùdīč (Hudȋč) (Zagreb), Hùdiček (Međimurje), Húdić (140, Zlatar Bistrica, Prigorje), Hùdik (Zagreb, Garešnica), Hȕdika (100, Zagreb, Zagorje), Hùdiluk (Prigorje), Hùdin (130, Ivanec, Međimurje), Hȕdina (120, Zagreb, Zaprešić), Hùdīnčec (160, Zagreb, Koprivnica), Hùdjek, Hȕdoba (Z Slavonija), Hȕdobec (Baranja, Križevci), Hùdoklin (Prigorje), Hudolètnjāk (380, Varaždin, Zagorje), Hùdolin (120, Čabar), Hudoljètnjak (Ivanec), Hudórovac (Samobor), Hudórović (340, Gorski kotar), Hudòvērnīk (Našice), Hùdulin (Korčula), Hudúrović (Ogulin), Hȕdžber (Velika Gorica), Hȕđ (120, Ivanec), Hùđa (S Hrvatska), Hùđan (Split), Hȕđber (Čazma, Velika Gorica), Hùđek (230, Varaždin), Hùđik (Osijek), Hùđin (Ivanić Grad), Ȕdina (Krk)
ETIMOLOGIJA
prasl. i stsl. xudъ (rus. xudój, polj. chudy), lit. skaudus: bolestan ← ie. *ksewd-/*ksud- (skr. kšudras: malen)

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  • hud — hud; hud·ders·field; hud·dler; hud·dup; hud·son; hud·so·nia; hud·so·ni·an; hud·dle; hud·dling·ly; …   English syllables

  • HUD — may refer to:* Hud (housing), Housing and Urban Development * Hud (prophet), an Islamic prophet, also known as Eber * Hud (sura), the eleventh sura of the Qur an, which contains an account of the prophet Hud * Hud (film), a 1963 film starring… …   Wikipedia

  • Hud — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. {{{image}}}   Sigles d une seule lettre   Sigles de deux lettres > Sigles de trois lettres …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Hud — steht für: Hud (Prophet), ein im Koran erwähnter Prophet Originaltitel („Hud“) des Spielfilms Der Wildeste unter Tausend von 1963 HUD ist die Abkürzung für: Head Up Display, ein in der Luftfahrt und Automobiltechnik gebräuchliches elektronisches… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • HUD — / həd/ abbrDepartment of Housing and Urban Development see also the important agencies section Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. HUD …   Law dictionary

  • Hud — Hud, n. [Cf. {Hood} a covering.] A huck or hull, as of a nut. [Prov. Eng.] Wright. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • HUD — (Heads Up Display) (in combat airplanes) glass panel on the front of the pilot s chamber in which flight and battle data are displayed along with the view of the outside world HUD (Department of Housing and Urban Development) U.S. federal agency… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • hud- Ⅱ — *hud germ., Verb: nhd. schütteln; ne. shake (Verb); Rekontruktionsbasis: ae., mhd.; Etymologie: s. ing. *skū̆t , *kū̆t , Verb, schütteln, rütte …   Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • HUD — [āch΄yo͞o΄dē′, hud] abbrev. 1. (Department of) Housing and Urban Development 2. head up display …   English World dictionary

  • HUD — Abreviatura de hemorragia uterina disfuncional. Diccionario Mosby Medicina, Enfermería y Ciencias de la Salud, Ediciones Hancourt, S.A. 1999 …   Diccionario médico

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