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ˈhɑr vərdhar·vard

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. Harvard University, Harvardnoun

    a university in Massachusetts

  2. Harvard, John Harvardnoun

    American philanthropist who left his library and half his estate to the Massachusetts college that now bears his name (1607-1638)

Wiktionary

  1. Harvardnoun

    Any of a number of places named for persons with the surname, including a city in Massachusetts.

    Etymology: Patronymic surname from a variant of Hereward.

  2. Harvardnoun

    A university in Cambridge, MA named after John Harvard, American clergyman and philanthropist.

    Etymology: Patronymic surname from a variant of Hereward.

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  1. Harvard

    Harvard is a station on the Red Line of the MBTA subway system in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The third-busiest MBTA subway station, Harvard saw 21,868 entries each weekday in 2010, with only Downtown Crossing and South Station being busier. It is also an important transfer point, with subway, bus, and trackless trolley service all connecting to the station.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of harvard in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of harvard in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of harvard in a Sentence

  1. John F. Kennedy, "A Thousand Days," by Arthur Schlesinger Jr. [1965]:

    Who can tell who will be the President a year from now? -- John F. Kennedy, speaking to the president of Harvard about why he did not want to delay signing documents relating to a future JFK Presidential Library, 2 October 1963.

  2. Muhammad Ali:

    Me, we. (Supposedly the shortest quote in the English language delivered at a Harvard graduation.)

  3. Aterah Nusrat:

    I had a good job and my wife had a great job at Harvard Medical School, and we still didn't come close to being able to buy something we liked in Boston.

  4. Sean Moore:

    Harvard will see right through it.

  5. Ted Cruz:

    I will say, it is more than a little strange to see Donald relying on as authoritative a liberal, left wing, judicial activist Harvard Law professor who is a huge Hillary supporter.

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