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Harphale

Harpale is Surname of Subclan of Maratha 96 clans,who is legendary among Maratha Royalties. They Honoured as Sardar, Patil, Deshmukh, etc. Titles of Maratha Community hailing Mostly Maharashtra and Neighbouring States of India.

                                               

Harvin

Harvin is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Cathy Harvin 1953–2010, American politician. Percy Harvin born 1988, American football player. Alex Harvin 1950–2005, American attorney and politician. Allen Harvin born 1959, American ...

                                               

Hasenfratz

Hasenfratz is a surname. Notable people include: Frank Hasenfratz born 1935, Hungarian-born Canadian billionaire businessman. Mike Hasenfratz born 1966, Canadian National Hockey League referee. Hans-Peter Hasenfratz, Swiss religious scholar. Lind ...

                                               

Hazle

Hazle is a surname. Notable people with this name include: Marlene Hazle 1934–2011, American computer scientist. Edmund Hazle 1918–2006, British soldier. George Hazle 1924–2011, South African racewalker. Bob Hazle 1930–1992, American baseball pla ...

                                               

Heartz

Heartz is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Frank Richard Heartz 1871–1955, Canadian politician. Daniel Heartz 1928–2019, American musicologist.

                                               

Heathcote (surname)

Heathcote is a surname rooted in English topography which literally means "Heath Cottage". The location in Derbyshire was first recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as "Hedcote", and as "Hethcote" in 1244. The location in Warwickshire appears is ...

                                               

Hedderwick

Hedderwick may refer to: James Hedderwick, a Scottish poet, journalist and newspaper proprietor. Mairi Hedderwick, a Scottish illustrator and author. Thomas Hedderwick, a Scottish politician.

                                               

Hellinger

Hellinger is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Bert Hellinger 1925–2019, German psychotherapist. Hellinger integral, used to define the Hellinger distance in probability theory. Ernst Hellinger 1883–1950, German mathematician. H ...

                                               

Helmerich

Helmerich is a Germanic surname. It may refer to: Peggy Dow, a former actress and philanthropist whose married name is Peggy V. Helmerich. T. J. Helmerich, a guitarist. Helmerich Award, a literary prize.

                                               

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Hennemann

Hennemann is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Franziskus Hennemann 1882–1951, German Roman Catholic missionarie and Titular Bishop in South Africa. Marcelo Hennemann born 1962, Brazilian tennis player. Charles Hennemann 1866–19 ...

                                               

Henniker

Henniker may refer to: Henniker CDP, New Hampshire, United States. Baron Henniker, a barony in County Wicklow, Ireland. Charles Henniker-Major, 6th Baron Henniker 1872-1956. Henniker, New Hampshire, United States, named for John Henniker. Hennike ...

                                               

Henning (surname)

The name Henning is indigenous to the North German areas Mecklenburg, Hannover, Hamburg, Holstein and Pommern. Especially the towns Stralsund and Greifswald, in Mecklenburg, near the Baltic Sea is well known as places where the name originated. B ...

                                               

Herlov

Herlov also spelled Herloev, is a name primarily used in Denmark that is applied most commonly as a middle or surname, and least commonly as a male given name. It is of Germanic origin dating back to the Viking Age. Herlov is derived from the Old ...

                                               

Heschong

Heschong is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Albert Heschong 1919–2001, American production designer. Gregg Heschong, American cinematographer and television director.

                                               

Hirschhorn

Hirschhorn is derived from German composite word "Hirsch" and "Horn", part of a deers antlers. A variation is Hirshhorn. It may refer to: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C. Hirschhorn, Rhineland-Palatinate, a municipality i ...

                                               

Hobbs (surname)

Hobbs is a surname. Notable people with this surname include: Chelsea Hobbs. (Челси Хоббс) David Hobbs racing driver, British former racing driver. Jock Hobbs. (Джок Хоббс) Alby Hobbs, vocalist. (Алби Хоббс, вокалист) Anne Hobbs, English tennis p ...

                                               

Hobley

The surname Hobley, or derivatives of it, can be found on early census rolls in Cornwall which were taken by the early Kings of Britain to determine the rate of taxation of their subjects.

                                               

Hogge

Hogge is a Scottish surname originally derived from hoga, an Old English term meaning prudent or careful. During the 19th century many immigrants from Scotland settled on the East coast that would become the United States and Canada. Many Hogge s ...

                                               

Hollomon

Hollomon is the surname of the following people: Hollomon–Jaffe parameter. (Параметр Холломон–Яффе) John Herbert Hollomon Jr. 1919–1985, American engineer known for. Zener–Hollomon parameter. (Параметр стабилитрона–Холломон) Gus Hollomon born 194 ...

                                               

Holofernes (disambiguation)

Holofernes was an Assyrian invading general of Nebuchadnezzar, who appears in the deuterocanonical Book of Judith. Holofernes may also refer to: Judith Holofernes born 1976, German musician and lyricist. Holofernes character, a schoolmaster in Sh ...

                                               

Holroyd

Fred Holroyd. (Фред Холройд) Les Holroyd. (Лес Холройд) Shelley Holroyd. (Холройд Шелли) Stuart Holroyd born 1933, British writer. Alexandre Holroyd, French politician. Henry Holroyd, 3rd Earl of Sheffield. John Baker Holroyd, 1st Earl of Sheffie ...

                                               

Holtreman

Holtreman is a spelling version of the Oultreman family name. The Holtreman name was adopted in Portugal by an Oultreman’s family branch originally from Valenciennes. In the early 17th century, a knight called Jean Houltremant served the Count of ...

                                               

Homans

Homans is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: James Edward Homans 1865–1949, American author, editor and publisher. Benjamin Homans d. 1823, American merchant captain. Helen Homans 1878–1949, American tennis champion. John Homans ...

                                               

Horning (surname)

Horning is a German language surname. Like the related Horning and Hornung it may either be derived from the term hornung and in this case be used as a nickname for someone with a relationship to the month of February or derived from Middle Low G ...

                                               

Horning

Horning is a German-language surname. Notable people with the surname include: Alphonse Horning, Swiss bobsledder. Dan Horning born 1970, Swedish historical fantasy author. Walo Horning 1910–1986, Swiss fencer.

                                               

Hotchin

Hotchin is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Claude Hotchin 1898–1977, Australian businessman and art dealer, patron and benefactor. Mortimer Hotchin 1889–1958, Australian cricketer. Mark Hotchin born 1958, New Zealand property ...

                                               

Hristozov

                                               

Hurtado de Mendoza

Hurtado de Mendoza may refer to: Jaime Enrique Hurtado de Mendoza 21st century, Mexican doctor and lawyer. Diego Hurtado de Mendoza multiple. Antonio Hurtado de Mendoza 1586–1644, Spanish dramatist. Garcia Hurtado de Mendoza, 5th Marquis of Cañet ...

                                               

Hurtz

Hurtz is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Michael Hurtz born 1979, German darts player. Emily Hurtz born 1990, Australian field hockey player.

                                               

Huseby

Huseby is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Olaf Huseby 1856–1942, Norwegian-American bookseller and publisher. Magnar G. Huseby 1928–2011, Norwegian engineer and politician. Gunnar Huseby 1923–1995, Icelandic track and field at ...

                                               

Husk (surname)

Husk is a surname. People with this surname include: Jassy Husk born 1982, Australian soprano and contemporary classical artist. Cecil Husk 1847–1920, British professional singer and spiritualist medium. William Henry Husk 1814–1887, English hist ...

                                               

Hutchence

Hutchence is an English surname and rare male given name, originates from the Pre-Germanic, which was introduced into Britain by the Normans after the Conquest of 1066, meaning "heart, mind or, spirit". Variant spellings include: Hutchen, Hutchin ...

                                               

Huybrechts

Huybrechts is a surname. Famous people with the name include: Daniel Huybrechts born 1966, German mathematician. Ronny Huybrechts born 1965, Belgian darts player. Albert Huybrechts 1899–1938, Belgian composer. Louis Huybrechts 1875–deceased, Belg ...

                                               

Hymanson

Hymanson is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Patricia Hymanson, American physician and politician. Jeffrey Hymanson born 1954, American ice hockey player.

                                               

Idogho

Idogho is a unique surname for people of the Delta area of Urhobo-speaking people of Nigeria and Edo people of Nigeria The first point to be known was a young man, who, on behalf of Itshekiri and ed Etsakor name from the region of Agenebode. And ...

                                               

Ihering

Ihering might be Rodolpho von Ihering 1883–1939 Brazilian zoologist, son of Hermann von Ihering. Herbert Ihering, critic. (Герберт Ihering, критик) Hermann von Ihering 1850–1930, German-Brazilian naturalist. Rudolf von Jhering, German jurist.

                                               

Imbach

Imbach is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Thomas Imbach born 1962, Swiss film director. Josef Imbach athlete 1894–1964, Swiss sprinter. Josef Imbach theologian born 1945, Swiss theologian.

                                               

Immel

Immel is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Jerrold Immel born 1936, American television music composer. Eike Immel born 1960, German football goalkeeper and manager. Jan-Olaf Immel born 1976, German team handball player.

                                               

Inasa

Inasa may refer to: Inasa District, Shizuoka 引佐郡, Inasa-gun, a former rural district in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. Mount Inasa 稲佐山, Inasa-yama, a hill to the west of Nagasaki, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. Inasa, Shizuoka 引佐町, Inasa-chō, ...

                                               

Inboden

Inboden is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Mary Hollis Inboden born 1986, American actress and writer. William Inboden born 1972, American academic, writer, and former White House staffer.

                                               

Infante (disambiguation)

Infante was a title and rank given in the Iberian kingdoms during the Middle Ages, and still given today in some forms. Infante may also refer to: Omar Infante born 1981, Venezuelan baseball player current infielder. Alexis Infante born 1961, Ven ...

                                               

Ingels

Ingels is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Margaret Ingels 1892–1971, American engineer. Graham Ingels 1915 1991, American comic book and magazine illustrator. Veerle Ingels born 1981, Belgian racing cyclist. Art Ingels, Americ ...

                                               

Jack (surname)

Ancient and noble French family names, "Jacq", "Jacques", or "James" are believed to originate from the Middle Ages in the historic northwest Brittany region in France, and have since spread around the world over the centuries. To date, there are ...

                                               

Jacquart

Jacquart is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Beatrice Jacquart 1911–1990, American politician. Lucie Jacquart 1882–1956, Belgian artist.

                                               

Jacuzzi (disambiguation)

Jacuzzi is a company producing whirlpool bathtubs and spas. The term jacuzzi is often used generically to refer to any bathtub with underwater massage jets. Jacuzzi may also refer to: A song by Canadian hip-hop band Radio from the 2008 album Clic ...

                                               

Jaffray

Jaffray may be: People: David Jaffray born c. 1970, Canadian medical physicist. Robert A. Jaffray 1873-1945, Canadian religious leader. Lyn Jaffray, New Zealand All Black rugby union player. Merv Jaffray, New Zealand All Black rugby union player. ...

                                               

Janicek

Janicek Is a Chech and Slovak surname. It is a diminutive of the given name Jan. Famous people with this surname include: Tomas Janicek. (Томас Janicek) Josef Janicek. (Йозеф Janicek) In Polish folklore Juraj Janosik is known as Janicek / Janiczek.

                                               

Jarzombek

Jarzombek is a surname and may refer to: Charlie Jarzombek, American racecar driver. Bobby Jarzombek, American heavy metal / progressive metal drummer. Mark Jarzombek, American architectural historian, author and critic. Ron Jarzombek, American g ...

                                               

Jastram

Jastram is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Burton Jastram 1910–1995, American rower. Jo Jastram 1928–2011, German sculptor. Birgit Schnieber-Jastram born 1946, German politician.

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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