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n. (alternative form of how lang=en nodot=1) (gloss: a tumulus, a bowl barrow).

Howe, OK -- U.S. town in Oklahoma
Population (2000): 697
Housing Units (2000): 287
Land area (2000): 1.552445 sq. miles (4.020813 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.552445 sq. miles (4.020813 sq. km)
FIPS code: 36150
Located within: Oklahoma (OK), FIPS 40
Location: 34.951369 N, 94.636980 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 74940
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Howe, OK
Howe, TX -- U.S. town in Texas
Population (2000): 2478
Housing Units (2000): 997
Land area (2000): 3.864670 sq. miles (10.009449 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 3.864670 sq. miles (10.009449 sq. km)
FIPS code: 35084
Located within: Texas (TX), FIPS 48
Location: 33.505089 N, 96.614239 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 75459
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Howe, TX

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Howe (surname)

Howe, when derived from the , means hill, knoll, or mound and may refer to a tumulus, or barrow. However when derived from , it can refer to a hollow or dell.

Notable people with the surname include:

  • Albion P. Howe, American Union Army general during the American Civil War.
  • Andrew Howe (born 1985), American-born, Italian athlete
  • Anthony Howe, English historian
  • Anthony Howe (kinetic sculptor), American artist
  • Art Howe, American professional baseball player and manager
  • Brian Howe, Australian politician
  • Clarence Decatur Howe prominent Canadian politician
  • Daniel Walker Howe (born 1937), American historian
  • Darcus Howe (born 1943), British broadcaster and columnist
  • David J. Howe, British writer, journalist, publisher, and media historian
  • David Howe (speedway rider), British motorcycle speedway rider
  • Denis Howe (born 1928), English footballer
  • Denis Howe, Editor-in-Chief of the Free On-line Dictionary of Computing
  • Don Howe (1917–1978), English footballer of the 1930s, '40s and '50s for Bolton Wanderers
  • Don Howe (1935–2015), English footballer of the 1950s and '60s, and coach of the 1970s, '80s and '90s
  • Dylan Howe (born 1969), English Jazz drummer
  • Eddie Howe, Former English footballer for, and current manager of, AFC Bournemouth.
  • Elias Howe (1819-1867), American inventor of the sewing machine
  • Elliot C. Howe (1828–1899), American botanist, abbreviated Howe
  • E. W. Howe, US novelist
  • Frederic C. Howe, member of the Ohio Senator, and commissioner of Ellis Island
  • Geoffrey Howe (1926–2015), British politician, Chancellor of the Exchequer under Margaret Thatcher
  • George Howe (1725-1758), British general in French and Indian War
  • George Howe (1886–1955), American architect
  • George William Osborn Howe (1875 -1960), English radiotechnicist
  • Gilman Bigelow Howe (1850-1933), American genealogist and president of the National Genealogical Society
  • The Howe family of ice hockey:
    • Gordie Howe (1928–2016), Canadian Hall of Fame winger
    • Vic Howe (1929–2015), Gordie's brother, Canadian winger
    • Colleen Howe (1933–2009), Gordie's wife, American sports agent
    • Marty Howe (born 1954), older son of Gordie and Colleen, American–Canadian defenceman
    • Mark Howe (born 1955), younger son of Gordie and Colleen, American–Canadian Hall of Fame winger and defenceman
  • Greg Howe (born 1963), American musician
  • Henry Marion Howe, (1848-1922), American metallurgist
  • Herbert Alonzo Howe (1858–1926), American astronomer and educator
  • Irving Howe (1920-1993) American literary and social critic
  • Jackie Howe (1861–1920) Australian sheep shearer
  • James Wong Howe (1899-1976) Chinese-born American cinematographer
  • Joseph Howe (1804-1873), Nova Scotia politician
  • Josias Howe (c.1611–1701), English divine
  • John Howe (1630-1705), English Puritan theologian
  • John Howe (born 1957), Canadian illustrator
  • Julia Ward Howe (1819-1910), US reformer
  • Les Howe (1895-1976), American baseball player
  • Linda Moulton Howe (born 1942), American investigative journalist and documentary producer-writer-director-editor
  • Louis McHenry Howe (1871-1936), political advisor to President Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • Marshall Avery Howe (1867-1936), American botanist
  • Michael Howe (1787-1818), Australian bushranger
  • Michael Howe (1940–2002), British cognitive psychologist
  • Mike Howe, American musician
  • Neil Howe (born 1951), American historian, economist and demographer
  • Paul Tony Howe (born 1968), British swimmer
  • Rebecca Howe, character on the TV sitcom Cheers
  • Richard Howe (1726–1799), British admiral in American revolution
  • Russel Warren Howe (1925–2008), British author and journalist
  • Samuel Gridley Howe (1801–1876), American abolitionist & educator
  • Sarah Howe (born 1983), Chinese–British poet
  • Simon Howe, character from television soap Brookside
  • Steve Howe (1958–2006), American baseball player
  • Steve Howe, (born 1947), English musician and songwriter (Yes)
  • Stuart Howe, Canadian operatic tenor
  • Susan Howe (born 1937), American poet, scholar, essayist and critic
  • Timothy O. Howe (1816–1883), American politician
  • Tina Howe (born 1937), American playwright
  • Virgil Howe, British musician
  • Wallace Howe, (1878–1957), American actor
  • William Howe (1729–1815) British general in the American revolution

Usage examples of "howe".

This I ask, that albeit I be but a war-taken thrall, I be suffered to lay my brother in earth and heap a howe over him in these mountains.

Bele then spoke again to his sons, and bade them erect his howe, or funeral mound, within sight of that of Thorsten, that their spirits might commune, and not be sundered even in death.

Yonder ye see in the howe, and Yonderdale begins where the twae hills hurkle thegither.

Elmer Cowley THE UNTOLD LIE, concerning Ray Pearson DRINK, concerning Tom Foster DEATH, concerning Doctor Reefy and Elizabeth Willard SOPHISTICATION, concerning Helen White DEPARTURE, concerning George Willard INTRODUCTION by Irving Howe I must have been no more than fifteen or sixteen years old when I first chanced upon Winesburg, Ohio.

Ferry terminal at Horseshoe Bay, the Squamish Highway, offering one lane each way, threads its precarious way along steep, heavily forested cliffs overlooking Howe Sound.

A few miles past Squamish, a tiny logging and bedroom community that sits at the end of Howe Sound some 40 miles north of Vancouver, a small white-water stream runs across the highway on its way to the Squamish River.

Sam Tibbins and the perjured conscience and guilty genius of Mark Knocklofty or Michael Howe.

General Ralph Howe was in the corridor, dressed as Hart was, in a tieless uniform shirt and trousers.

Howe that Annie wrote for Nella Braddy sHowed that resentment of the woman was still alive in her fifty years later.

Howe in his antislavery work as well as in his efforts for the blind, and who as his successor as the head of the State Board of Charities had been instrumental in rescuing Annie from Tewksbury, wrote the memorial tribute in The Transcript.

Howes, Three Saints and a Sinner, had just appeared, and Nella wrote Polly: There is no privacy any more for the living or the dead.

All the rest of the Charyot, in fashion like the former, was of burning Carbuncle, shewing light in the darkest places, of an expolite cutting: past any reason, to thinke howe or where it was possible to be made, or by what workeman.

CHAPTER XVII--THE WOOD-SUN SPEAKETH WITH THIODOLF Now the Markmen laid Heriulf in howe on the ridge-crest where he had fallen, and heaped a mighty howe over him that could be seen from far, and round about him they laid the other warriors of the kindreds.

Howe there was nothing that could steal from Melodic classical type of cool blond beauty.

Other natural traps in the Morrison sediments are recorded at the Howe Quarry and Quarry 13, both in Wyoming, where sauropod skeletons are abundant.