Definition of Hoddens
1. hodden [n] - See also: hodden
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Literary usage of Hoddens
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal (1879)
"M. AFTERNOON SESSION. The roll was called, and the following members were found in their places, viz.: Drs. WH Bryant, WB Adams, WI hoddens, Hugh Trevor, ..."
2. Publications by Scottish History Society, Dorset Record Society (1894)
"... to drink after wee came from Lady hoddens buriall 24 to my wife and to give grissell seton to help to 26 28 buy lier ..."
3. Memorials by Roundell Palmer Selborne (1896)
"... each other;1 and that their union in 1859 was only one of convenience on both sides;—to Lord 1 See hoddens Life of Lord Shaftesbury, vol . iii. p. 187. ..."