Hutt

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Etymology[edit]

Named after Sir William Hutt, chairman of the New Zealand Company.

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Proper noun[edit]

the Hutt

  1. A river and valley in Western Australia.
    • 1841, "Australind", The Monthly Chronicle, volume VII, page 402
      The following passages describe the banks of the Hutt, to which allusion has already been made as the largest river of Western Australia yet known.
  2. A river and valley on the North Island of New Zealand.
    • 1869, J. C. Crawford, Transactions and proceedings of the New Zealand Institute‎, page 344
      Having forded the Hutt, I proceeded up the course of the Akatarewa.

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Noun[edit]

Hutt m (plural Hitt)

  1. hat