Attila the Hun

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Noun1.Attila the Hun - king of the HunsAttila the Hun - king of the Huns; the most successful barbarian invader of the Roman Empire (406-453)
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During the same century, Atilla the Hun, made several raids to Sassanids and passed through the Caucasus.
Priding on bravado and extravagance, many Calypso singers took up outrageous names such as "Atilla the Hun," "Macbeth the Great," "Growling Tiger," and "Lord Kitchener," and sung fearlessly about society's ills.
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If the opposing team had been headed by Atilla the Hun, I'd still be expected to be rooting for it.
Atilla The Hun (he would have sorted out today's financial woes very easily) And which four famous people would you most like to dine with?
453AD: Atilla The Hun. Leader of the Hunnic Empire.
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Don't talk to me about Atilla the Hun, Adolph Hitler, Genghis Khan, or Jack the Ripper.