hector

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A male given name
A Trojan hero in Iliad
To intimidate or dominate in a blustering way
To behave like a bully; swagger
{v} to bully, boast, threaten
{n} a bully
given name, male
{i} male first name; (Greek mythology) Trojan hero who was killed by Achilles during the Trojan War
To play the bully; to bluster; to be turbulent or insolent
A bully; a blustering, turbulent, insolent, fellow; one who vexes or provokes
(A) A leader; so called from the son of Priam and generalissimo of the Trojans
a bullish Trojan champion slain by Achilles
{f} brag; bully, dominate; harass, torment
(Greek mythology) a mythical Trojan who was killed by Achilles during the Trojan War
be bossy towards; "Her big brother always bullied her when she was young"
\HEK-tur\, noun: A bully
The nickname for a series of thunderstorms that includes some of the tallest non-mesocyclonic, storms in the world Nearly every day in the spring and summer, Hector ireaches altitudes of 20 km (66,000 ft -twice as high as airplanes fly) Hector occurs on Melville Island, Australia because it is surrounded by water and positioned between a monsoonal sea breeze and hot dry outback air flowing out to sea
To treat with insolence; to threaten; to bully; hence, to torment by words; to tease; to taunt; to worry or irritate by bullying
disapproval If you say that someone is hectoring you, you do not like the way they are trying to make you do something by bothering you and talking to you aggressively. I suppose you'll hector me until I phone him. = bully + hectoring hec·tor·ing In a loud, hectoring tone, Alan told us that he wasn't going to waste time discussing nonsense. = bullying. in ancient Greek stories, the leader of the Trojans in the Trojan War. He was killed by the Greek Achilles, who then tied his body to the back of his chariot and drove around the walls of Troy to show the Trojans that he had killed their leader. Iliad, the. to speak to someone in an angry threatening way (Hector a brave soldier in the ancient Greek story of Troy). In Greek legend, the eldest son of Priam and Hecuba, the husband of Andromache, and the chief warrior of the Trojan army. In Homer's Iliad he is notable not only for his military prowess but also for his nobility of character. He was a favorite of Apollo, who helped him slay Achilles' friend Patroclus in combat; in reprisal, Achilles killed Hector in battle and dragged his naked body around the walls of Troy. Hector Hugh Munro Berlioz Louis Hector Carondelet Francisco Luis Hector baron de Villars Claude Louis Hector duke de Hector St. John de Crèvecoeur J. Hector St. John
Hector Berlioz
a French composer, whose most famous work is the Symphonie Fantastique (1803-69). born Dec. 11, 1803, La Côte-Saint-André, France died March 8, 1869, Paris French composer. He studied guitar in his early years and later studied music at the Paris Conservatoire, against his parents' wishes. His first great score was the stormy Symphonie fantastique (1830), which became a landmark of the Romantic era. Impulsive and passionate, he was a contentious critic and gadfly constantly at war with the musical establishment. Though he was the most compelling French musical figure of his time, his idiosyncratic compositional style kept almost all his music out of the repertory until the mid-20th century. His works include the operas Benvenuto Cellini (1837) and Les Troyens (1858); the program symphonies Harold in Italy (1834) and Romeo and Juliet (1839); and the choral dramas La Damnation de Faust (1846) and L'Enfance du Christ (1854). He was also known as a brilliant conductor with an unsurpassed knowledge of the orchestra; his orchestration treatise (1843) is the most influential such work ever written
Hector Berlioz
{i} (1803-1869) French composer known for his melodic and orchestral changes
Hector Hugh Munro
orig. H(ector) H(ugh) Munro born Dec. 18, 1870, Akyab, Burma died Nov. 14, 1916, near Beaumont-Hamel, France Scottish writer. A journalist early in his career, he wrote political satires and worked as a foreign correspondent before settling in London in 1908. His comic short stories and sketches, which satirize the Edwardian social scene, were published in Reginald (1904), Reginald in Russia (1910), The Chronicles of Clovis (1911), and Beasts and Super-Beasts (1914); the best-known include "Tobermory" and "The Open Window." Studded with epigrams and with well-contrived plots, his stories reveal a vein of cruelty and a self-identification with the enfant terrible. He was killed in action in World War I
Hector Hugh Munro
(1870-1916) British short story author who used the pen name "Saki
Hector baron de Carondelet
born 1748, Noyelles, Flanders died Aug. 10, 1807, Quito, Viceroyalty of New Granada Spanish governor of the territory of Louisiana and western Florida (1791-97). When he arrived in New Orleans, he formed alliances with local Indian tribes to defend disputed territory north of the 31st parallel of latitude against U.S. settlers. He negotiated with Gen. James Wilkinson to effect the secession of the trans-Appalachian territories from the U.S. and to secure their alliance with Spain. These efforts were terminated in 1795 with the signing of Pinckney's Treaty (see Thomas Pinckney). Carondelet was recalled in 1797 and went to South America to become governor-general of Quito
hectoring
Present participle of hector
hectoring
{n} a bullying, a threatening, a noise
Claude-Louis-Hector duke de Villars
v. born May 8, 1653, Moulins, France died June 17, 1734, Turin, Sardinia French soldier. He distinguished himself in France's war against the Dutch (1672-78) and in the War of the Grand Alliance. After leading French forces to early victories in the War of the Spanish Succession, he was made a marshal of France (1702) and a duke (1705). He continued successful military campaigns in Germany (1705-08), inflicted heavy losses on the duke of Marlborough's forces at Malplaquet (1709), and defeated Eugene of Savoy at Denain (1712). He served on the regency council for the young Louis XV. At the outbreak of the War of the Polish Succession, he was given the exceptional title of marshal general of France (1733) and sent to attack Austrian lands in northern Italy
Francisco Luis Hector baron de Carondelet
born 1748, Noyelles, Flanders died Aug. 10, 1807, Quito, Viceroyalty of New Granada Spanish governor of the territory of Louisiana and western Florida (1791-97). When he arrived in New Orleans, he formed alliances with local Indian tribes to defend disputed territory north of the 31st parallel of latitude against U.S. settlers. He negotiated with Gen. James Wilkinson to effect the secession of the trans-Appalachian territories from the U.S. and to secure their alliance with Spain. These efforts were terminated in 1795 with the signing of Pinckney's Treaty (see Thomas Pinckney). Carondelet was recalled in 1797 and went to South America to become governor-general of Quito
Louis- Hector Berlioz
born Dec. 11, 1803, La Côte-Saint-André, France died March 8, 1869, Paris French composer. He studied guitar in his early years and later studied music at the Paris Conservatoire, against his parents' wishes. His first great score was the stormy Symphonie fantastique (1830), which became a landmark of the Romantic era. Impulsive and passionate, he was a contentious critic and gadfly constantly at war with the musical establishment. Though he was the most compelling French musical figure of his time, his idiosyncratic compositional style kept almost all his music out of the repertory until the mid-20th century. His works include the operas Benvenuto Cellini (1837) and Les Troyens (1858); the program symphonies Harold in Italy (1834) and Romeo and Juliet (1839); and the choral dramas La Damnation de Faust (1846) and L'Enfance du Christ (1854). He was also known as a brilliant conductor with an unsurpassed knowledge of the orchestra; his orchestration treatise (1843) is the most influential such work ever written
hectored
past participle of to hector
hectored
past tense of to hector
hectoring
that hectors; intimidating or domineering
hectors
third-person singular of hector
hector

    الواصلة

    hec·tor

    التركية النطق

    hektır

    النطق

    /ˈhektər/ /ˈhɛktɜr/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'hek-t&r ] (noun.) Ancient Greek Ἕκτωρ] Héktôr, possibly from ekheîn "to restrain".

    الازمنة

    hectors, hectoring, hectored

    كلمة اليوم

    rara avis
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