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Hugo is a medieval German man's name meaning "intelligent". Hugh is a Franco-English derivation. Huey is a diminutive form of Hugh which is also a name in its own right. Ugo is the Italian version. In the works of Harry Turtledove, Hugo et alia may refer to:
Characters named Hugo:
- Hugo (Of Mice and Chicks), the late uncle of Lani in "Of Mice and Chicks."
- Hugo Black, historical Supreme Court of the United States Justice appearing in The Center Cannot Hold and referenced in Joe Steele.
- Hugo Blackledge, fictional Confederate soldier in Settling Accounts.
Characters named Hugh:
- Hugh Fenner, fictional master salter in Opening Atlantis.
- Hugh Judson Kilpatrick, historical American Civil War General referenced in The Guns of the South.
Characters named Huey:
- Huey Long, historical Louisiana political boss appearing in The Victorious Opposition and "Joe Steele (story)"/Joe Steele (novel).
- Huey Long's Brothers, two men briefly referenced in The Victorious Opposition. It is ambiguous whether they are historical or fictional.
Characters named Ugo:
Places and things named Hugo: