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English words starting with h

H

ˈhʌɪdrədʒ(ə)n

Meanings of H:

abbreviation

(in measuring the height of horses) hand(s).

Usage examples:

Pinto pony gelding—quiet, 13.3 h, great with kids
noun

The eighth letter of the alphabet.

phrasal verb

The 8th letter of the roman alphabet

Enthalpy.

Meanings of H2o:

noun

The chemical symbol for water; used to refer to the substance water

Usage examples:

H2o means that each water molecule contains one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms., the map shows where…

Ha

hɑː

Meanings of Ha:

exclamation

Used to express surprise, suspicion, triumph, etc.

Usage examples:

Ha! that'll teach you!
abbreviation

Hectare(s).

noun

The name formerly proposed by the american chemical society for the chemical element of atomic number 105 ( dubnium ), and by iupac for element 108 ( hassium ).

The chemical element hahnium.

Meanings of Ha-ha:

exclamation

Used in writing to represent laughter

Haaf

hɑːf

Meanings of Haaf:

noun

(in orkney and shetland) the area of sea used for deep-sea fishing.

Usage examples:

The haaf floats to the top; the netsman turns his back to the tide, kills the fish with his ‘mell’,…

Meanings of Haar:

noun

A cold sea fog on the east coast of england or scotland.

Usage examples:

The east coast weather gods conspired to roll in the haar off the north sea in a north to north eas…

Haars

hɑː

Meanings of Haars:

noun

A cold sea fog on the east coast of england or scotland.

Usage examples:

The east coast weather gods conspired to roll in the haar off the north sea in a north to north eas…

Meanings of Hab:

abbreviation

Habakkuk (in biblical references).

noun

Originally: the woof or weft in a web. later also: the warp in a web. frequently attributive, as "abb thread", "abb wool", etc.

Meanings of Habakkuk:

proper noun

A hebrew minor prophet, probably of the 7th century bc.

Meanings of Habanera:

noun

A cuban dance in slow duple time.

Usage examples:

The influences that gave rise to the tango in the streets of buenos aires range from the cuban haba…

Habaneras

ˌhabəˈnɛːrə

Meanings of Habaneras:

noun

A cuban dance in slow duple time.

Usage examples:

The influences that gave rise to the tango in the streets of buenos aires range from the cuban haba…

Habdalah

havˈdɑːlə

Meanings of Habdalah:

noun

A jewish religious ceremony or formal prayer marking the end of the sabbath.

Usage examples:

As the shabbat came to a close we recited the words in the havdalah from the story of purim, a pray…

Meanings of Habdalahs:

noun

A jewish religious ceremony or formal prayer marking the end of the sabbath.

Usage examples:

As the shabbat came to a close we recited the words in the havdalah from the story of purim, a pray…

Meanings of Habeas:

noun

A legal action demanding that a prisoner be brought before a judge to make sure that he or she is not being held illegally

Habendum

həˈbɛndəm

Meanings of Habendum:

noun

The part of a deed or conveyance which states the estate or quantity of interest to be granted, e.g. the term of a lease.

Usage examples:

Even assuming that the term could be so interpreted, plaintiffs argue, the habendum would be incons…

Haberdasher

ˈhæb.əˌdæʃ.ər

Meanings of Haberdasher:

noun

A dealer in small items used in sewing, such as buttons, zips, and thread.

Usage examples:

Among the shops nearby were a grocers, a haberdashers, a sweet shop and a tripe shop.

Haberdasheries

ˌhæb.əˈdæʃ.ər.i

Meanings of Haberdasheries:

noun

Small items used in sewing, such as buttons, zips, and thread.

Usage examples:

The shop specialises in a wide range of fabrics, haberdashery and buttons.

Haberdashers

ˈhæb.əˌdæʃ.ər

Meanings of Haberdashers:

noun

A dealer in small items used in sewing, such as buttons, zips, and thread.

Usage examples:

Among the shops nearby were a grocers, a haberdashers, a sweet shop and a tripe shop.

Haberdashery

ˌhæb.əˈdæʃ.ər.i

Meanings of Haberdashery:

noun

Small items used in sewing, such as buttons, zips, and thread.

Usage examples:

The shop specialises in a wide range of fabrics, haberdashery and buttons.

Habergeon

ˈhabədʒ(ə)n

Meanings of Habergeon:

noun

A sleeveless coat of mail or scale armour.

Usage examples:

Paying a craftsman to make a fitted habergeon from scratch would have cost even more.

Habile

ˈhabɪl

Meanings of Habile:

adjective

Deft; skilful.

Habiliment

həˈbɪlɪm(ə)nt

Meanings of Habiliment:

noun

Clothing.

Usage examples:

The flames suddenly shot up into the air, twice as high as a man could stand and when they dropped …

Meanings of Habilimented:

noun

Clothing.

Usage examples:

The flames suddenly shot up into the air, twice as high as a man could stand and when they dropped …

Meanings of Habiliments:

noun

Clothing.

Usage examples:

The flames suddenly shot up into the air, twice as high as a man could stand and when they dropped …

Habilitate

həˈbɪlɪteɪt

Meanings of Habilitate:

verb

Qualify for office, especially as a teacher in a german university.

Usage examples:

Heisenberg had already habilitated at the university of göttingen

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