List of nicknames of European royalty and nobility: H

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Hister to later be changed to Hiser, boasts nobility from influential Houses of Croatia origins as well as Germanic-Dutch lineage. Closer to the 18-19th century we see the Irish/Scottish clan MACDONALD emerge to become later New World settlers in North America circa early 20th century. Moermond family would unite through marriage with Hiser, and off spring to marry with MACDONALD family.

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