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Page 6 of 43 for the letter H

Halbert, Hab, Habbie, Habby,
Halbert ['halbɛrt]
n. The personal name Halbert.
dim. Hab, Habbie ['habɪ]
hail, hale, haill, hael, whal, hel, hail-hertit, hale-hertit, hail-hairtit, hale-hairtit, hailscart, halescart, hail-skint, hale-skint, hail-skinned, hale-skinned, hail-heidit, hail-an-hauden, hailisome, hailins, halins, haillins, haellens, hailly, halie, hally, haillie, halesome, haillsome, haillsum, halsome, haisome, unhailsome, halesum,
hale [hel, S. hjɛl]
n. The whole, the whole amount or number.
adj. Whole. Free or recovered from disease, healthy, wholesome. Of people, parts of the body etc.: free from injury, safe, sound, unhurt. Of material objects and of time, numbers etc.: whole, entire, complete, sound, unbroken, undamaged.
v. To heal, cure.

haley ['helɪ]
adv. Wholly, completely.

halins ['helɪnz, S. hjɛlɪnz]
adv. Wholly, completely, extremely.

Compounds and phrases etc.

hale-an-hauden: Absolutely whole.
hale-heidit: Of people: unhurt, of things: whole, entire, complete.
hale-hertit: Undaunted, stalwart.
halesome [-əm]: Wholesome.
the hale: The whole, the total.
unhalesome: Unwholesome.
hale, hail, haill, 'hale, halin, hailin, haillin, hailin, halin,
hale [hel]
n. A haul, especially of fish, the hauling in of nets.
v. To haul, drag, pull up, arrest a suspect, move quickly, Of heavy rain or perspiration: flow copiously, run down, pour.

halin
v. Hauling, dragging etc.

Compounds and phrases etc.

halin-haund: NN.a. The port side.
halin on: Raining heavily.
ower hale: To overtake.
halibut, but, 'but,
halibut ['halɪbʌt]
contracted 'but
n. The halibut.

Compounds and phrases etc.

chicken 'but: The halibut.
rock halibut: The saithe.
hallae, hallow, halla, halli, Halloween, Hallowe'en, haleve, holleve, Hallaeday, Hallowday, halladay, halliday,
hallae ['halə, 'hale]
n. Hallow.

Compounds and phrases etc.

Hallaeday ['hala-:, 'hale-:]: Hallowsday, November 1st.
Hallae e'en: Hallowe'en.
halleve: U. Hallowe'en.
Hallae-fire: A Hallowe'en fire.
hallan, halland, hallant, hain, hollan, hallan-shakker, hallan-shaker, hallanshaker, hallanshanker, hallandshaker,
hallan ['halən, 'haɪn]
n. A inner wall or partition often forming a porch or passage, partition between the door and fire place, a pile of turf just outside the house. I. A hen roost. Space above a box bed.

Compounds and phrases etc.

hallan-shakker: A sturdy beggar, a vagabond, tramp.
hallan stane: Threshold, doorstep. NN.b. A stone placed between cattle stalls in a byre to form a dividing wall.
hallie, hally,
hallie ['halɪ]
n. The weekend.
hallion, hullion, halion, halian, halyon, hallions, hellion,
hallion ['haljən, 'hʌl-]
n. A rascal.
hallirackit, kilrickit, hallyracket, hallarackit, halliracker, halliraker, hallyracker,
hallirackit [halɪ'rakɪt]
n. A hoyden, a fool, a good-for-nothing.
adj. Noisy restless.

halliracker [halɪ'rakər]
adj. Hare-brained.
hallo, hallow, halloe,
hallo [I. 'halo]
n. A bundle or sheaf of straw made up for feeding cattle..

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