Most Common English Words

English Vocabulary Index

Most Common English Words on 13th May :

  1. Haunch (n) : part of the body round the hips


  2. Haunt (v) : frequently resort


  3. Haunt (n) : den


  4. Haunted (adj.) : frequented by ghosts


  5. Hautboy (n) : wooden musical wind instrument


  6. Have (v) : has; (pa.t & p.p) had, own, accept, possess


  7. Haven (n) : a harbour asylum


  8. Haversack (n) : a bag carried by soldiers for provisions


  9. Havildar (n) : sepoy, non-commissioned officer


  10. Havoc (n) : destruction


  11. Hawk (n) : birds of prey belonging to falcons


  12. Hawk (v) : hunt using hawk


  13. Hawker (n) : itinerant dealer, pedlar


  14. Hawthorn (n) : hedge thorn


  15. Hay (n) : cut and dried grass (fodder)


  16. Haystack (n) : hay heaped up


  17. Hazard (n) : risk, venture


  18. Hazard (v) : risk


  19. Hazardous (adj.) : perilous, uncertain, daring


  20. Hazardous (adv.) : hazardously


  21. Haze (n) : dimness, obscurity, fog


  22. Hazel (n) : reddish brown coloured small nut-tree (oak family)


  23. Hazy (adj.) : misty, dim, indistinct


  24. He (prop) : 3rd person, masculine


  25. Head (n) : the uppermost part of limb of an animal’s body


  26. Headache (n) : pain in the head


  27. Header (n) : plunge head first


  28. Heading (n) : a title, top-lines


  29. Heading (adj.) : heading for, going towards


  30. Headland (n) : promontory a ridge


  31. Headlong (adv) : hastily, rashly


  32. Headlong (adj.) : hastily, rashly


  33. Headman (n) : a chief


  34. Headmaster (n) : the principal master of a school


  35. Headquarters (n) : the chief commander’s quarters, center


  36. Headsman (n) : an executioner


  37. Headstrong (adj.) : stubborn, success


  38. Headway (n) : progress, success


  39. Headwind (n) : a wind blowing right against the way of the ship


  40. Heal (v) : restore to health


  41. Health (n) : condition or soundness of the body


  42. Healthy (adj.) : hale, sound, wholesome


  43. Heap (n) : group of things, pile


  44. Heap (v) : pile up


  45. Hear (v) : listen, regard, obey


  46. Hearken (v) : listen


  47. Hearsay (n) : rumour


  48. Hearse (n) : a carriage to bear the dead




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