Backhouse
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Le nom de Backhouse est porté par plusieurs personnalités (par ordre alphabétique) :

  • James Backhouse (1794-1869), botaniste britannique.
  • James Backhouse (1825-1890), botaniste britannique.
  • Thomas Backhouse (1792-1845), horticulteur britannique.

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  • Backhouse — may refer to:*Outhouse, frequently called backhouse in Canada *Backhouse (surname), people with the surname Backhouse ee also*Backhouse s Bank, Darlington, England …   Wikipedia

  • Backhouse — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Claire Backhouse (* um 1955), kanadische Badmintonspielerin Edmund Backhouse (1873–1944), britischer Orientwissenschaftler und Linguist Robin Backhouse (* 1955), US amerikanischer Schwimmer …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Backhouse — Back house , n. [Back, a. + house.] A building behind the main building. Specifically: A privy; an outhouse; a necessary. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • backhouse — [bak′hous΄] n. an outdoor privy; outhouse …   English World dictionary

  • Backhouse — this long established surname is of Anglo Saxon origin, and is an occupational name for someone employed at a bakery, deriving from the Olde English pre 7th Century baechus , bakehouse (from bacan, to bake, and hus , house). Occupational surnames …   Surnames reference

  • backhouse — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun : privy 2 * * * /bak hows /, n., pl. backhouses / how ziz/. 1. a building behind the main building, often serving a subsidiary purpose. 2. a privy; outhouse. [1550 60; BACK1 + HOUSE] * * * backhouse obs. f …   Useful english dictionary

  • backhouse — noun Date: 1836 privy 1a …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • backhouse — /bak hows /, n., pl. backhouses / how ziz/. 1. a building behind the main building, often serving a subsidiary purpose. 2. a privy; outhouse. [1550 60; BACK1 + HOUSE] * * * …   Universalium

  • Backhouse —    A house given to the parish of St. Andrew Undershaft at the time when parish of St. Mary Axe was united to it (Strype, ed. 1720, I. ii. 72).    No further reference.    See Vacke Court …   Dictionary of London

  • backhouse — n. structure located behind the main house (e.g. an outhouse) …   English contemporary dictionary

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