- Hu·go [hoo-gaw] /ˈhu gɔ/, 1859–1935, German aircraft designer and builder.
- a car that is old, worn out, or in bad enough repair to be scrapped.
- a member of a class of aristocratic landholders, especially in East Prussia, strongly devoted to militarism and authoritarianism, from among whom the German military forces recruited a large number of its officers.
- a young German, especially Prussian, nobleman.
- a German official or military officer who is narrow-minded, haughty, and overbearing.
- Hugo. 1859–1935, German aircraft designer. His military aircraft were used in both World Wars
- history any of the aristocratic landowners of Prussia who were devoted to maintaining their identity and extensive social and political privileges
- an arrogant, narrow-minded, and tyrannical German army officer or official
- (formerly) a young German nobleman
“young German noble,” 1550s, from German Junker, from Old High German juncherro, literally “young lord,” from junc “young” (see young) + herro “lord” (see Herr). Pejorative sense of “reactionary younger member of the Prussian aristocracy” (1865) dates from Bismarck’s domestic policy.