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Meanings of Halations:

noun

The spreading of light beyond its proper boundaries to form a fog round the edges of a bright image in a photograph or on a television screen.

Usage examples:

If these are indeed the causes of halation, then i see no reason why halation should not also take …

Meanings of Halawi:

noun

A confection made from ground sesame seeds, honey or sugar syrup, and occasionally other ingredients such as spices.

Halberd

ˈhæl.bəd

Meanings of Halberd:

noun

A combined spear and battleaxe.

Usage examples:

Vast quantities of clothing, gunpowder, pikes, halberds, swords, and muskets poured out of the work…

Meanings of Halberdier:

noun

A man armed with a halberd.

Usage examples:

The soldiers all have different traits based on their roles, from simple foot soldiers to noble cav…

Meanings of Halberdman:

noun

A soldier armed with a halberd (now historical). also: a person, especially a guard, who carries a halberd as a symbol of office.

Meanings of Halberds:

noun

A combined spear and battleaxe.

Usage examples:

Vast quantities of clothing, gunpowder, pikes, halberds, swords, and muskets poured out of the work…

Meanings of Halberdsman:

noun

A soldier armed with a halberd (now historical). also: a person, especially a guard, who carries a halberd as a symbol of office.

Meanings of Halbert:

noun

A combined spear and battleaxe.

Usage examples:

Vast quantities of clothing, gunpowder, pikes, halberds, swords, and muskets poured out of the work…

Meanings of Halberts:

noun

A combined spear and battleaxe.

Usage examples:

Vast quantities of clothing, gunpowder, pikes, halberds, swords, and muskets poured out of the work…

Halcyon

ˌhæl.si.ən ˈdeɪz

Meanings of Halcyon:

adjective

Denoting a period of time in the past that was idyllically happy and peaceful.

Usage examples:

The halcyon days of the mid 1980s, when profits were soaring
noun

A mythical bird said by ancient writers to breed in a nest floating at sea at the winter solstice, charming the wind and waves into calm.

Usage examples:

The halcyon, a mythical bird, is said to have laid its eggs in the nautilus' shell.

Halcyon-days

ˌhæl.si.ən ˈdeɪz

Meanings of Halcyon-days:

noun

A very happy or successful period in the past

Usage examples:

She recalled the halcyon days of her youth.

Meanings of Halcyonian:

adjective

Especially of a period of time: calm, peaceful; = "halcyon".

Meanings of Halcyonine:

adjective

Of or relating to the genus halcyon or subfamily halcyoninae of kingfishers.

Halcyons

ˈhalsɪən

Meanings of Halcyons:

noun

A mythical bird said by ancient writers to breed in a nest floating at sea at the winter solstice, charming the wind and waves into calm.

Usage examples:

The halcyon, a mythical bird, is said to have laid its eggs in the nautilus' shell.
adjective

Denoting a period of time in the past that was idyllically happy and peaceful.

Usage examples:

The halcyon days of the mid 1980s, when profits were soaring

Meanings of Haldanite:

noun

A member of an early 19th century evangelical movement in scotland, led by robert and james alexander haldane, based on sandemanian principles but with stricter discipline.

Meanings of Haldu:

noun

A large deciduous tree with heart-shaped leaves, native to south and south-east asia, adina cordifolia (or haldina cordifolia) (family rubiaceae). also: the pale yellowish hardwood timber of this tree, used especially for furniture.

Meanings of Hale:

adjective

(of an old person) strong and healthy.

Usage examples:

He's only just sixty, very hale and hearty
verb

Drag or draw forcibly.

Usage examples:

He haled an old man out of the audience

Hale-and-hearty

ˌheɪl ən ˈhɑː.ti

Meanings of Hale-and-hearty:

adjective

(especially of old people) healthy and strong

Usage examples:

Her grandfather was hale and hearty, walking five miles each day before breakfast.

Haled

heɪl

Meanings of Haled:

verb

Drag or draw forcibly.

Usage examples:

He haled an old man out of the audience
adjective

(of an old person) strong and healthy.

Usage examples:

He's only just sixty, very hale and hearty

Meanings of Halely:

adverb

To the full extent or amount; completely, entirely.

Haler

ˈhɑːlə

Meanings of Haler:

noun

A monetary unit of the czech republic, equal to one hundredth of a koruna.

Usage examples:

National bank of slovakia issues the banknotes in the nominal value of 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 …

Halers

ˈhɑːlə

Meanings of Halers:

noun

A monetary unit of the czech republic, equal to one hundredth of a koruna.

Usage examples:

National bank of slovakia issues the banknotes in the nominal value of 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 …

Hales

heɪl

Meanings of Hales:

verb

Drag or draw forcibly.

Usage examples:

He haled an old man out of the audience
adjective

(of an old person) strong and healthy.

Usage examples:

He's only just sixty, very hale and hearty

Meanings of Halesia:

noun

Any of various deciduous large shrubs or small trees of the genus halesia (family styracaceae), native to eastern asia and eastern north america, having ovate leaves, clusters of pendulous white or pale pink flowers, and fruit which is an oblong dry drupe.

Meanings of Half:

noun

Either of two equal or corresponding parts into which something is or can be divided.

Usage examples:

Two and a half years
adverb

To the extent of half.

Usage examples:

The glass was half full
predeterminer, pronoun, & adjective

An amount equal to a half.

Usage examples:

Half an hour

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