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Meaning Explication Aliases Taxon
<hat> Artifacts Show shifts
<headgear> N/a Show shifts
<high rank officail in the Catholic Church> pope, cardinal or bishop Body parts Show shifts
<honorific title> N/a Show shifts
<horned animal> Animals Show shifts
habit Abstract entities Show shifts
hail Natural objects Show shifts
hair Body parts Show shifts
hair (of animals) Body parts Show shifts
hajji one who has participated in a hajj N/a Show shifts
half one of two usually roughly equal parts into which anything may be divided, or considered as divided N/a Show shifts
hammer Artifacts Show shifts
hammer bone, malleus a bone in the ear N/a Show shifts
hand Body parts Show shifts
hand (of a clock) Artifacts Show shifts
hand grenade small hand-held explosive device designed to be thrown at an enemy N/a Show shifts
hand/arm Body parts Show shifts
handful Abstract entities Show shifts
handle, gripe Artifacts Show shifts
handwriting Abstract entities Show shifts
happiness, luck Abstract entities Show shifts
happy Non-physical Show shifts
harbour N/a Show shifts
hard Other physical Show shifts
hard, solid Tactile quality Show shifts
hard-working, laborious a person who works a lot and likes it. N/a Show shifts
hardship difficulty or trouble; hard times Physical effect Show shifts
hare (Lepus) Animals Show shifts
hare (Lepus) N/a Show shifts
harm, damage N/a Show shifts
harrow N/a Show shifts
harvest Natural objects Show shifts
harvest time N/a Show shifts
hatched egg without embryo N/a Show shifts
having no milk Other physical Show shifts
hawk (Accipiter) Animals Show shifts
hawkweed (Hieracium) Plants Show shifts
hawthorn Plants Show shifts
hay grass cut and dried for use as animal fodder N/a Show shifts
haymaking (time) season of haymaking N/a Show shifts
haystack N/a Show shifts
hazel grouse (Tetrastes bonasia) Animals Show shifts
hazy, turbid, opaque N/a Show shifts
he third-person singular, masculine pronoun N/a Show shifts
head Body parts Show shifts
heading, title Abstract entities Show shifts
headlight (of a car) Artifacts Show shifts
headscarf piece of material worn over the head, typically by women N/a Show shifts
headstream Natural objects Show shifts
healed N/a Show shifts
health Abstract entities Show shifts
healthy Other physical Show shifts
heap, pile Natural objects Show shifts
hearing Abstract entities Show shifts
heart organ that pumps blood through the body Body parts Show shifts
hearts (in cards) N/a Show shifts
heat (n.) Natural objects Show shifts
heathen, pagan Human being Show shifts
heather evergreen plant, Calluna vulgaris, with spiky leaves and small purple, pink, or white flowers N/a Show shifts
heavenly body N/a Show shifts
heavy (of weight) Evaluation Show shifts
hedgehog (Š•rinaceus) Animals Show shifts
heel (of a foot) Body parts Show shifts
heel (of a shoe) Artifacts Show shifts
heel (of bread) end-piece of a loaf of bread N/a Show shifts
height (of a person) Human being Show shifts
helicopter aircraft that is borne along by one or more sets of long rotating blades which allow it to hover, move in any direction including reverse, or land; and typically having a smaller set of blades on its tail that stabilize the aircraft N/a Show shifts
hell afterworld in which sinners are tormented, not necessarily connected to any certain religion Space Show shifts
helmet hard, protective head covering, typically part of armour Artifacts Show shifts
help, aid (n.) Abstract entities Show shifts
hem (of a skirt) Natural objects Show shifts
hemlock (plant) N/a Show shifts
hemorrhoids N/a Show shifts
hen Animals Show shifts
henbane Plants Show shifts
hepatitis Physiology Show shifts
her belonging to that female N/a Show shifts
herald, messenger Human being Show shifts
herbaceous plant N/a Show shifts
herd N/a Show shifts
here Space Show shifts
hermaphrodite N/a Show shifts
hermit N/a Show shifts
hernia (medical) N/a Show shifts
heron Animals Show shifts
herring N/a Show shifts
Heterodon nasicus N/a Show shifts
heterosexual N/a Show shifts
hibiscus genus of plants (Hibiscus) N/a Show shifts
high (location) Space Show shifts
high (size), tall tall Size Show shifts
high-pitched Other physical Show shifts
high-quality very good quality N/a Show shifts
hill Natural objects Show shifts
hind leg either of the two legs towards the rear of a four-legged animal N/a Show shifts
hinge mechanical bearing that connects two solid objects, typically allowing only a limited angle of rotation between them N/a Show shifts
hip joint N/a Show shifts
hippopotamus large, semi-aquatic, herbivorous African mammal (Hippopotamus amphibius) Animals Show shifts
historical tale N/a Show shifts
history aggregate of past events and the branch of knowledge that studies the past Abstract entities Show shifts
hoar-frost Natural objects Show shifts
hoarse Sound Show shifts
hoe agricultural tool consisting of a long handle with a flat blade fixed perpendicular to it at the end, used for digging rows N/a Show shifts
holiday day on which a festival, religious event, or national celebration is traditionally observed N/a Show shifts
hollow tree tree with one or more natural cavities in the trunk or branch N/a Show shifts
holly (tree) N/a Show shifts
hollyhock plant Alcea rosea N/a Show shifts
home N/a Show shifts
homosexual N/a Show shifts
honest Non-physical Show shifts
honey Natural objects Show shifts
honey Natural objects Show shifts
honey badger Mellivora capensis, a badger-like mustelid native to Africa, the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent N/a Show shifts
honey mushroom (Armillaria mellea) N/a Show shifts
honeycomb structure of hexagonal cells made by bees primarily of wax, to hold their larvae and for storing the honey to feed the larvae and to feed themselves during winter Natural objects Show shifts
honeysuckle Plants Show shifts
honour Abstract entities Show shifts
hood covering for the head attached to a larger garment such as a jacket or cloak N/a Show shifts
hood (of car) hinged cover over the engine of a motor vehicle N/a Show shifts
hoof tip of a toe of an ungulate such as a horse, ox or deer, strengthened by a thick keratin covering Body parts Show shifts
hook Artifacts Show shifts
hooligan Human being Show shifts
hoop N/a Show shifts
hoopoe bird of genus Upupa, especially Upupa epops (Eurasian hoopoe), known for its distinctive plumage, fanlike crest, and slender bill N/a Show shifts
hope, expectation N/a Show shifts
horizon visible horizontal line (in all directions) where the sky appears to meet the earth in the distance. N/a Show shifts
horn Natural objects Show shifts
hornbeam tree of the genus Carpinus, having a smooth gray bark and a ridged trunk, the wood being white and very hard Plants Show shifts
horned having horns Other physical Show shifts
hornet large wasp, of the genus Vespa, having a brown-and-yellow-striped body and the ability to inflict a serious sting N/a Show shifts
horse hoofed mammal, Equus ferus caballus, often used throughout history for riding and draft work Animals Show shifts
horse collar part of a horse's harness that is used to distribute the load around its neck and shoulders when pulling a wagon or plough N/a Show shifts
horse-bird N/a Show shifts
horse-fly (Tabanidae) Animals Show shifts
horsehair hair of a horse, especially from the mane and tail, used for upholstery N/a Show shifts
horsehair worm Gordius aquaticus N/a Show shifts
horseman, rider man who rides a horse Human being Show shifts
horseradish a perennial plant of the family Brassicaceae. It is a root vegetable, cultivated and used worldwide as a spice and as a condiment N/a Show shifts
horseshoe U-shaped shoe of a horse Physical effect Show shifts
horsetail, equisetum any of various simple vascular plants, of the order Equisetales, that have hollow stems and produce spores. Plants Show shifts
hose Artifacts Show shifts
host N/a Show shifts
hostile Non-physical Show shifts
hot Tactile quality Show shifts
hot-tempered Non-physical Show shifts
hour time period of sixty minutes; one twenty-fourth of a day Time Show shifts
house Artifacts Show shifts
house Artifacts Show shifts
house Artifacts Show shifts
house spirit N/a Show shifts
how many? what number N/a Show shifts
hull (of a ship) the watertight body of a ship, boat N/a Show shifts
human temper, character Abstract entities Show shifts
human, person None Human being Show shifts
hummel, hornless without horns Other physical Show shifts
hummingbird N/a Show shifts
humor quality of being amusing, comical, funny N/a Show shifts
hump (of a person or camel) Body parts Show shifts
humpbacked Other physical Show shifts
hundred numerical value equal to 100 N/a Show shifts
hungry Non-physical Show shifts
hunt (n.), hunting Physical effect Show shifts
hunt down N/a Show shifts
hunter Human being Show shifts
husband Human being Show shifts
husband / wife None Human being Show shifts
husband's brother N/a Show shifts
husband's elder brother N/a Show shifts
husband's father Human being Show shifts
hybrid offspring resulting from cross-breeding different entities, e.g. two different species or two purebred parent strains N/a Show shifts
hyena Animals Show shifts
hypocrite, dissembler Human being Show shifts
hypotenuse N/a Show shifts