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. The capital city of Lower Saxony, Germany.
  3. (historical) The former Kingdom of Hanover, now part of Lower Saxony, Germany.
  4. A parish of Jamaica.
  5. A township in New Jersey.
  6. 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