! I updated "Neuer Eintrag" with sawbones = Knochenbrecher
since there seems to be a bit of a consensus that it's better
than "Quacksalber". The more I've read, I see where there's likely
no real/optimal match for this ... but maybe someone will find one
: #3, Sir Pooh de Bear, re Hants
:... the administrative county was changed from 'County of Southampton' to 'County of Hampshire' on 1 April 1959. The short form of the name, often used in postal addresses, is Hants. This abbreviated form is derived from the Old English Hantum plus Scir (meaning a district governed from the settlement now known as Southampton) and the Anglo-Saxons called it Hamtunscir. At the time of the Domesday Book (1086) this had been compressed to Hantescire, hence the contraction to Hants.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hampshire
Who knew? Not I. Maybe that wasn't necessary. I just searched and couldn't find anything on "Hants" on Leo, not even when I entered it into the "Sprachlabor" window. Maybe I misunderstood you though.
But yes, problems searching. I don't know of a search guide for Leo. There is a thread in Betrifft Leo
where some people say they search Leo only through Google, FWIW. I haven't tried that yet.