[hal-ahyt, hey-lahyt] /ˈhæl aɪt, ˈheɪ laɪt/
a soft white or colorless mineral, sodium chloride, NaCl, occurring in cubic crystals with perfect cleavage; rock salt.
a colourless or white mineral sometimes tinted by impurities, found in beds as an evaporite. It is used to produce common salt and chlorine. Composition: sodium chloride. Formula: NaCl. Crystal structure: cubic Also called rock salt
“rock-salt,” 1868, coined as Modern Latin halites (Glocker, 1847), from Greek hals “salt” (see halo-) + chemical noun suffix -ite (2).
A colorless or white mineral occurring as cubic crystals. Halite is found in dried lakebeds in arid climates and is used as table salt. Chemical formula: NaCl. See more at salt.
[hal-i-toh-sis] /ˌhæl ɪˈtoʊ sɪs/ noun 1. a condition of having offensive-smelling breath; bad breath. /ˌhælɪˈtəʊsɪs/ noun 1. the state or condition of having bad breath n. “bad breath,” 1874, coined from Latin halitus “breath,” related to halare “to breathe” + Greek-based noun suffix -osis. halitosis hal·i·to·sis (hāl’ĭ-tō’sĭs) n. The condition of having foul-smelling breath. Also […]
[hal-i-tuh s] /ˈhæl ɪ təs/ noun, plural halituses. 1. breath; exhalation; vapor. halitus hal·i·tus (hāl’ĭ-təs) n. An exhalation, as of a breath or vapor.
[hawl] /hɔl/ noun 1. a corridor or passageway in a building. 2. the large entrance room of a house or building; vestibule; lobby. 3. a large room or building for public gatherings; auditorium: convention hall; concert hall. 4. a large building for residence, instruction, or other purposes, at a college or university. 5. a college […]
[khah-luh, hah-] /ˈxɑ lə, ˈhɑ-/ noun 1. . /ˈhɑːlə; Hebrew xaˈla/ noun (pl) -lahs, -lot (Hebrew) (-ˈlɔt) 1. a variant spelling of challah