Hanover

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See also: Hanóver and Hanôver

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From German Hanover, meaning "on the higher ridge", from Middle Low German hoch (high) + over (edge, shore).

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Hanover

  1. British family that ruled from 1714 to 1901, more commonly known as the Georgian, Regency and Victorian periods.
  2. A city in northwestern Germany, capital of Lower Saxony.
  3. (historical) The former Kingdom of Hanover, now part of Lower Saxony, Germany.
  4. A township in New Jersey.
  5. A census-designated place, the county seat of Hanover County, Virginia, United States, also known as Hanover Courthouse.

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Hanover m

  1. Hanover (a city in northwestern Germany)

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Further reading[edit]

  • Hanover in Kartotéka Novočeského lexikálního archivu