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Harold I

noun
("Harefoot") died 1040, king of England 1035–40 (son of Canute).

Harold II

noun
1022?–66, king of England 1066: defeated by William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings (son of Earl Godwin).

Harold III

noun
(Harold Hardrada) 1015–66, king of Norway 1045–66.

Hanson

[han-suhn]
noun
1.
Duane, 1925–1996, U.S. artist and sculptor.
2.
Howard (Harold) 1896–1981, U.S. composer.
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Harold I (ˈhærəld)
 
n
surname Harefoot. died 1040, king of England (1037--40); son of Canute

Harold II
 
n
?1022--66, king of England (1066); son of Earl Godwin and successor of Edward the Confessor. His claim to the throne was disputed by William the Conqueror, who defeated him at the Battle of Hastings (1066)

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Harold
O.N. Haraldr, from P.Gmc. *harja-waldaz "army commander." For first element, see harry; second element is related to P.Gmc. *waldan, source of O.E. wealdan (see wield).
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