Hunter

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From hunter.

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Hunter

  1. An English and Scottish occupational surname for a hunter.
  2. A male or female given name transferred from the surname.
  3. A river in New South Wales, Australia; flowing 300 km from the Mount Royal Range within Barrington Tops National Park into the Tasman Sea at Newcastle; named for John Hunter, 2nd Governor of New South Wales.
  4. A river in Western Australia, Australia; flowing 16 km from Donkins Hill near Mitchell River National Park into the Timor Sea; named by Australian explorer Philip Parker King for James Hunter, the surgeon of King's HMS Mermaid.
  5. A river in northwest Otago, New Zealand; flowing into Lake Hāwea.
  6. A river in Prince Edward Island, Canada; flowing from near Hartville into the Gulf of Saint Lawrence near North Rustico.
  7. A locale in the United States.
    1. A city in Kansas; named for early settler Al Hunter.
    2. A city in South Dakota; named for local landowner John Hunter.
    3. A town in Arkansas.
    4. A town in New York, and a village within that town.
    5. A town in Oklahoma.
    6. A town in Wisconsin.
    7. A CDP in Warren County, Ohio.
    8. A CDP in Missouri; named for early landowner John Hunter.
    9. A CDP in Tennessee.
    10. An unincorporated community in Belmont County, Ohio; named for Ohio congressman W. F. Hunter.
    11. A ghost town in Nevada.

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