[hal-ee for 1, hah-luh for 2.] /ˈhæl i for 1, ˈhɑ lə for 2./
Morris, born 1923, U.S. linguist, born in Latvia.
a city in Germany, NW of Leipzig.
Official name Halle an der Saale
[hah-luh ahn der zahl-uh] /ˈhɑ lə ɑn dɛr ˈzɑl ə/ (Show IPA).
a city in E central Germany, in Saxony-Anhalt, on the River Saale: early saltworks; a Hanseatic city in the late Middle Ages; university (1694). Pop: 240 119 (2003 est) Official name Halle an der Saale (an der ˈzaːlə)
Sir Charles, original name Karl Hallé. 1819–95, German conductor and pianist, in Britain from 1848. In 1857 he founded the Hallé Orchestra in Manchester
[hal-ik, -uh k] /ˈhæl ɪk, -ək/ noun 1. Fitz-Green [fits-green,, fits-green] /ˈfɪtsˌgrin,, fɪtsˈgrin/ (Show IPA), 1790–1867, U.S. poet. 2. Henry Wager [wey-jer] /ˈweɪ dʒər/ (Show IPA), 1815–72, Union general in the U.S. Civil War and writer on military subjects.
noun, Physics, Electricity. 1. the electromotive force generated in a strip of metal longitudinally conducting an electric current and subjected to a magnetic field normal to its major surface. noun 1. the production of a potential difference across a conductor carrying an electric current when a magnetic field is applied in a direction perpendicular to […]
[hah-leyl; Sephardic Hebrew hah-lel; Ashkenazic Hebrew hah-leyl] /hɑˈleɪl; Sephardic Hebrew hɑˈlɛl; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈhɑ leɪl/ noun, Judaism. 1. a liturgical prayer consisting of all or part of Psalms 113–118, recited on Passover, Shavuoth, Sukkoth, Hanukkah, and Rosh Hodesh. /Hebrew hɑˈlel; Yiddish hɑːˈleɪl/ noun 1. (Judaism) a section of the liturgy consisting of Psalms 113–18, read […]
[hal-uh-loo-yuh] /ˌhæl əˈlu yə/ interjection 1. Praise ye the Lord! noun 2. an exclamation of “hallelujah!”. 3. a shout of joy, praise, or gratitude. 4. a musical composition wholly or principally based upon the word “hallelujah.”. /ˌhælɪˈluːjə/ interjection 1. an exclamation of praise to God 2. an expression of relief or a similar emotion noun […]