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„Freeman“ - proper noun, singular

The word Freeman is the 9.001th most common word in the English vocabulary and appears 9.151 times in word book. Freeman is a term which originated in 12th-century Europe and was common as an English or American Colonial expression in Puritan times.º The part of speech is proper noun, singular. The hyphenation is Free·man. These are quotations of the word in text: "... for Samuel and Harriet Freeman in the Hollywood Hills ..."¹ "... as Erwin Schrödinger and Freeman Dyson."² "... Freeman was entered into the ..."³ Backwards its written nameerF. Greeman, Palfreeman und Steeman is rhyming on it. The MD5 sum is f5ce9e493cb796c328de3d3212162d06 and the SHA1 hash is dfcd49cc72ad5d68f8f829e6fd24d1e81bb56f53. The vanity number 3733626 corresponds this word.

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wordbook information

word name: Freeman

part of speech: proper noun, singular

typical left word neighbours: Morgan Cathy Tich Crispin Bud Honorary Kathleen

typical right word neighbours: Dyson Spogli Gosden Freeman-Thomas McNeil Coliseum Interchange

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