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Hunnicutt is an English place name, distiguished by the suffix -cutt, which is derived from Old English cot = shelter, cottage. Such names are generally prefixed by the owner of the shelter, and in the case of Hunnicutt, it is likely Hunnibal's cottage in a contracted form. Hunnibal was a medieval given name that was adopted later as a surname with several spelling variations.