[hav-erz, hah-verz] /ˈhæv ərz, ˈhɑ vərz/
plural noun, Midland and Southern U.S.
Let’s go halvers on anything we find.
plural noun an arrangement, design, etc. in which anything is divided in half Examples halvsies on the salad Word Origin 1960s Usage Note informal noun One half of what is indicated, esp as an equal share: She found it, but I claimed halvsies because I did most of the work (1960s+) Related Terms go halfies […]
[hal-yerd] /ˈhæl yərd/ noun 1. any of various lines or tackles for hoisting a spar, sail, flag, etc., into position for use. /ˈhæljəd/ noun 1. (nautical) a line for hoisting or lowering a sail, flag, or spar n. “rope for hoisting sails,” 1610s, from Middle English halier “a halyard” (late 14c.), also “a carrier, porter” […]
[hal-i-sahy-teez] /ˌhæl ɪˈsaɪ tiz/ noun 1. an extinct genus comprising the chain corals.
[ham] /hæm/ noun 1. a cut of meat from the heavy-muscled part of a hog’s rear quarter, between hip and hock, usually cured. 2. that part of a hog’s hind leg. 3. the part of the leg back of the knee. 4. Often, hams. the back of the thigh, or the thigh and the buttock […]