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Meanings of Hellos:

noun

An utterance of ‘hello’; a greeting.

Usage examples:

She was getting polite nods and hellos from people
exclamation

Used as a greeting or to begin a phone conversation.

Usage examples:

Hello there, katie!
verb

Say or shout ‘hello

Usage examples:

I pressed the phone button and helloed

Helluva

ˈhel.ə.və

Meanings of Helluva:

contraction

A hell of a (representing a non-standard pronunciation).

Usage examples:

I'm in a helluva mess
adjective

Extremely, or extremely big

Usage examples:

It's a helluva nice place., we're going to have a helluva problem., our new boss is a helluva guy.

Meanings of Hellweed:

noun

Any of various plants considered to be noxious weeds; especially dodder (cuscuta species), which is parasitic on other plants, and corn buttercup (ranunculus arvensis), which has spiny seeds.

Meanings of Helly:

adjective

Resembling or characteristic of hell; hellish.

Usage examples:

The helly ringmaster cracks his whip!

Helm

hɛlm

Meanings of Helm:

noun

A tiller or wheel for steering a ship or boat.

Usage examples:

She stayed at the helm, alert for tankers
verb

Steer (a boat or ship).

Usage examples:

He helmed a sailing vessel

Helmed

helm

Meanings of Helmed:

verb

Steer (a boat or ship).

Usage examples:

He helmed a sailing vessel
noun

The handle or wheel that controls the direction in which a ship or boat travels

Meanings of Helmet:

noun

A hard or padded protective hat, various types of which are worn by soldiers, police officers, motorcyclists, sports players, and others.

Usage examples:

Some hard hats and helmets have a face shield attached to them.

Helmeted

ˈhel.mə.tɪd

Meanings of Helmeted:

adjective

Wearing a helmet

Usage examples:

Helmeted, baton-wielding police forced back the crowd.

Helmets

ˈhel.mət

Meanings of Helmets:

noun

A hard or padded protective hat, various types of which are worn by soldiers, police officers, motorcyclists, sports players, and others.

Usage examples:

Some hard hats and helmets have a face shield attached to them.

Meanings of Helming:

verb

Steer (a boat or ship).

Usage examples:

He helmed a sailing vessel
noun

A tiller or wheel for steering a ship or boat.

Usage examples:

She stayed at the helm, alert for tankers

Helminth

ˈhɛlmɪnθ

Meanings of Helminth:

noun

A parasitic worm; a fluke, tapeworm, or nematode.

Usage examples:

The cnidarians (hydra, jellyfish, and sea anemones) and helminths have a sac-like digestive system …

Helminthiasis

ˌhɛlmɪnˈθʌɪəsɪs

Meanings of Helminthiasis:

noun

Infestation with parasitic worms.

Usage examples:

Action starts now to control disease due to schistosomiasis and soil-transmitted helminthiasis.

Helminthology

ˌhɛlmɪnˈθɒlədʒi

Meanings of Helminthology:

noun

The study of parasitic worms.

Usage examples:

Each of the other 15 chapters has its merits and provides a detailed, interesting and comprehensive…

Meanings of Helminths:

noun

A parasitic worm; a fluke, tapeworm, or nematode.

Usage examples:

The cnidarians (hydra, jellyfish, and sea anemones) and helminths have a sac-like digestive system …

Helms

helm

Meanings of Helms:

verb

Steer (a boat or ship).

Usage examples:

He helmed a sailing vessel
noun

A helmet.

Helmsmanship

ˈhɛlmzmənʃɪp

Meanings of Helmsmanship:

noun

The action or skill of steering a ship or boat.

Usage examples:

The principles that govern the helmsmanship of marine vessels

Helmsmen

ˈhelmz.mən

Meanings of Helmsmen:

noun

A person who steers a ship or boat.

Usage examples:

The helmsman steers the ship back into its regular course, and they are met with a good wind, which…

Helot

ˈhɛlət

Meanings of Helot:

noun

A member of a class of serfs in ancient sparta, intermediate in status between slaves and citizens.

Usage examples:

Boeotia was agriculturally rich but had neither athens' silver nor sparta's helots.

Helots

ˈhɛlət

Meanings of Helots:

noun

A member of a class of serfs in ancient sparta, intermediate in status between slaves and citizens.

Usage examples:

Boeotia was agriculturally rich but had neither athens' silver nor sparta's helots.

Meanings of Help:

verb

Make it easier or possible for (someone) to do something by offering one's services or resources.

Usage examples:

They helped her with domestic chores
noun

The action of helping someone to do something.

Usage examples:

I asked for help from my neighbours
exclamation

Used as an appeal for urgent assistance.

Usage examples:

Help! i'm drowning!

Meanings of Help oneself:

idiom

Abstain from doing; always used with a negative

Meanings of Help out:

collocation

Be of help, as in a particular situation of need

phrasal verb

Give one's services or resources to make it easier for someone to do something.

Usage examples:

The teenager helped out in the corner shop

Meanings of Help yourself:

verb

To make it possible or easier for someone to do something

Usage examples:

[ t ] how can i help you?, [ t ] please help those less fortunate than you are., [ + to infinitive …
noun

Workers who are employed for a short time during periods when there is a lot of work

Usage examples:

We often take on help during the busy season.

Helped

help

Meanings of Helped:

verb

Make it easier or possible for (someone) to do something by offering one's services or resources.

Usage examples:

They helped her with domestic chores
noun

The action of helping someone to do something.

Usage examples:

I asked for help from my neighbours
exclamation

Used as an appeal for urgent assistance.

Usage examples:

Help! i'm drowning!

Helper

ˈhel.pər

Meanings of Helper:

noun

A person who helps someone else.

Usage examples:

There was no shortage of willing helpers

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