Crossword clues for horatio
- A "man that is not passion's slave," in Shakespeare
- Friend of Hamlet
- "Good night, sweet prince" speaker
- Whom Hamlet calls "A man that Fortune's buffets and rewards / Hast ta'en with equal thanks"
- He is "more an antique Roman than a Dane," in literature
- To whom it is said "Something is rotten in the state of Denmark"
- Speaker of the line in 40-Down
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Horatio is a male given name, derived from the Latin name ( nomen) Horatius, from the Roman gens (clan) Horatia.
Horatio may refer to:
Horatio is a character in William Shakespeare's tragedy Hamlet. Horatio's origins are unknown, although he was present on the battlefield when Hamlet's father defeated 'the ambitious Norway', Fortinbras (the king), and attended Wittenberg university with prince Hamlet. Horatio is evidently not directly involved in the intrigue at the Danish court; thus, he makes a good foil or sounding board for Prince Hamlet. He is often not identified as any specific court position, but simply as "friend to Hamlet."
Horatio is a feature on Earth's Moon, a crater in Taurus-Littrow valley. Astronauts Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt drove along its south rim in 1972, on the Apollo 17 mission, but did not stop.
The larger Camelot crater is to the northeast. Geology Station 5 is along the south rim of Camelot. Victory is to the northwest, and Brontë is to the southwest.
The crater was named by the astronauts after the fictional Horatio Hornblower from the works of C. S. Forester.
Usage examples of "horatio".
End of The Project Gutenberg Etext of The Cash Boy by Horatio Alger Jr.
End of Project Gutenberg Etext of Joe The Hotel Boy, by Horatio Alger Jr.
We have Little Orphan Annie and Dagwood Bumstead and the Bobbsey Twins, Horatio Alger, Mr.
Horatio had just concluded the last sentence of the description of the Eton Montem, when my aunt, who had now exceeded her usual retiring time by at least half an hour, made a sudden start, upon hearing the chimes of the old castle clock proclaim a notice of the midnight hour.
Perhaps, too, Horatio had permitted himself to dream of Hesperidian apples of gold in eternal sunshine on the slopes of the Ventura hills and a peaceful old age far from the roaring, dirty city where he had failed.
Horatio flung open the door to the low, unpartitioned room that ran clear to the rear of the building.
Horatio Jennison sprang to his front step when the two callers conveyed the journals, without further exchange, out the door and into their waiting carriage.
Sir Horatio offered to take charge of his dispatches for the Spanish Government, and thus actually became the first messenger to Spain of his own defeat.
A young gentleman present took up the argument against him, and maintained that no man ever thinks of the NOSE OF THE MIND, not adverting that though that figurative sense seems strange to us, as very unusual, it is truly not more forced than Hamlet's 'In my MIND'S EYE, Horatio.
Horatio was in England, so I asked—I asked one of the amahs to find me a lover.
I saw the Horatio Alger hero, the dream of a sick American, mounting higher and -higher, first messenger, then operator, then manager, then chief, then superintendent, then vice-president, then president, then trust magnate, then beer baron, then Lord of all the Americas, the money god, the god of gods, the clay of clay, nullity on high, zero with ninety-seven thousand decimals fore and aft.
At Haneda, he was transferring to a flight for Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, when the radio message from President Horatio Francis Turnbull caught up with him.
Lona had become enmeshed in partying, and Sam was trying to become enmeshed with Horatio.
Despite a recent public break-up with his son over issues raised by the controversial first annual conference of the Without Borders Initiative, Sir Horatio told the press: 'Sebastian is a clean living, decent young man.
Horatio Havercamp opened his pouch and tipped the money glintingly inside.