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From Hudd +‎ -son.


  • IPA(key): /ˈhʌdsən/
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Proper noun[edit]


  1. An English patronymic surname​.
  2. A male given name, transferred from the surname.
  3. A river in the United States, flowing from Lake Tear of the Clouds in Keene, New York into the Upper New York Bay at New York City; named for English explorer Henry Hudson.
  4. A town in New Hampshire.
  5. A city in Ohio; named for businessman and founder David Hudson.
  6. A town in Massachusetts; named for Massachusetts statesman Charles Hudson.
  7. A city in Wisconsin; the county seat of St. Croix County; named for the river.
  8. A CDP in Florida; named for founder Isaac Hudson.
  9. A city in New York; the county seat of Columbia County; named for the river.
  10. A city in Quebec, an off-island suburb of Montreal.
  11. A city in Texas.
  12. A town in Colorado; named for its town company, Hudson City Land and Improvement Co..
  13. A town in North Carolina; named for early settlers Monroe and Johnny Hudson.
  14. A city in Michigan; named for landowner Dr. Daniel Hudson.
  15. A city in Iowa.
  16. A village in Illinois; named for the river.
  17. A town in Maine; named for the town in Massachusetts.
  18. A CDP in Pennsylvania.
  19. A town in Indiana.
  20. A township in Ontario.
  21. A town in Wyoming; named for landowner John T. Hudson.
  22. A town in South Dakota; named for the city in Iowa.
  23. A city in Kansas.
  24. A town in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina; named for Argentine-English author William Henry Hudson.
  25. An unincorporated community in Missouri; named for Henry Hudson.
  26. Hudson Motor Car Company, a defunct American automobile company.

Derived terms[edit]






  1. (geography) Hudson (river)


Inflection of Hudson (Kotus type 6/paperi, no gradation)
nominative Hudson
genitive Hudsonin
partitive Hudsonia
illative Hudsoniin
singular plural
nominative Hudson
accusative nom. Hudson
gen. Hudsonin
genitive Hudsonin
partitive Hudsonia
inessive Hudsonissa
elative Hudsonista
illative Hudsoniin
adessive Hudsonilla
ablative Hudsonilta
allative Hudsonille
essive Hudsonina
translative Hudsoniksi
abessive Hudsonitta



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Proper noun[edit]

Hudson m

  1. Hudson (river)