Meanings of English Words

English Vocabulary Index

Meanings of English Words on 11th May :

  1. Halo (n) : corona, lustre


  2. Halt (v) : pause, stop


  3. Halt (n) : stoppage


  4. Halt (adj.) : lame


  5. Halter (n) : a rope to hold a horse, head rope


  6. Halter (v) : tie with a rope


  7. Halve (v) : divide into two equal parts


  8. Hame-or-rhage (n) : haemorrhage


  9. Hamlet (n) : a small village


  10. Hammer (n) : mallet, a baton


  11. Hammer (v) : drive down with a hammer


  12. Hammock (n) : a swing bed


  13. Hamper (v) : hinder, fetter


  14. Hamper (n) : big basket with cover


  15. Hand (n) : human arm below the wrist, workman, skill


  16. Handball (n) : a notice circulated by hand


  17. Hand-book (n) : a reference book


  18. Handcuff (n) : fetter


  19. Handcuff (v) : put handcuffs on


  20. Handful (n) : little quantity that can be held in the hand


  21. Hand-grenade (n) : a bomb that can be thrown by hand


  22. Handicap (n) : disadvantage


  23. Handicap (v) : place at a disadvantage


  24. Handicraft (n) : work done by the hand


  25. Handiwork (n) : manufacture, workmanship


  26. Handle (v) : manage, touch


  27. Handle (n) : haft, stock


  28. Handloom (n) : a weaving machine worked by hand


  29. Hand-maid (n) : a female servant


  30. Hand post (n) : sign-post


  31. Handsome (adj.) : good-looking, beautiful


  32. Handsome (adv.) : hand-somely


  33. Handsome (n) : handsomeness


  34. Handwriting (n) : calligraphy, one’s way of writing


  35. Handy (adj.) : convenient, dexterous, near at hand, useful


  36. Hong (n) : kill by hanging, suspend


  37. Hangar (n) : a shed for housing aeroplanes


  38. Hanger-on (n) : a dependent


  39. Hangman (n) : a public executioner


  40. Hank (n) : yarn of a fixed length


  41. Hanker (v) : long for


  42. Hansom (n) : a two-wheeled cab


  43. Hap (n) : luck, chance


  44. Hap (v) : befall, chance


  45. Haphazard (n) : mere chance, accident


  46. Hapless (adj.) : unhappy


  47. Happen (v) : take place, come to pass


  48. Happy (v) : joyous, prosperous, cheerful


  49. Happy (adv.) : deliver an oration


  50. Harangue (n) : an oration, declamation


  51. Harangue (v) : deliver an oration


  52. Harass (v) : tease, vex


  53. Harbinger (n) : fore runner, a messenger


  54. Harbour (n) : shelter for ships




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