Definition of Hume, David in English:

Hume, David

proper noun

  • (1711–76), Scottish philosopher, economist, and historian. He rejected the possibility of certainty in knowledge and claimed that all the data of reason stem from experience. Notable works: A Treatise of Human Nature (1739–40) and History of England (1754–62).

Pronunciation:

Hume, David

/hjuːm/