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„Hurley“ - proper noun, singular

The term Hurley is the 19.802th most frequent word in the English vocabulary and appears 2.916 times within reference text. A hurley is a wooden stick used to hit a sliotar in the Irish sport of hurling.º The part of speech is proper noun, singular. There follow sample sentences of the word in text: "... Next Generation producer Maurice Hurley to develop possible story ideas."¹ "... new translations by Andrew Hurley ..."² "... describe the character of Hurley as a "red shirt"."³ Rotated its written yelruH. Matching rhymes are Madeley, Staley und Dooley. The according MD5 checksum is a4861eaa59bc3172cff7dc76d0c1f913 and the SHA1 hash is b63b3581c11beb67cfe73fc79873276b3fec5f70. The T9 representation 487539 accords this word.

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word name: Hurley

part of speech: proper noun, singular

typical left word neighbours: Silk Hugo Squint Adrian Maurice Elizabeth Denis

typical right word neighbours: Haywood Reyes Shield Saccharine Bucky Clothing K-12

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The named words possess a similar prefix:

The named notions hold an identical suffix:

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