a port in SW Sweden, on the Sound opposite Helsingør, Denmark: changed hands several times between Denmark and Sweden, finally becoming Swedish in 1710; shipbuilding. Pop: 121 097 (2004 est) Former name (until 1971) Hälsingborg
[hel-sing-œr] /ˌhɛl sɪŋˈœr/ noun 1. a seaport on NE Zealand, in NE Denmark: the scene of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. /Danish hɛlseŋˈøːr/ noun 1. a port in NE Denmark, in NE Zealand: site of Kronborg Castle (16th century), famous as the scene of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Pop: 35 002 (2004 est) English name Elsinore
[hel-sing-kee, hel-sing-] /ˈhɛl sɪŋ ki, hɛlˈsɪŋ-/ noun 1. a seaport in and the capital of Finland, on the S coast. [fin-luh nd] /ˈfɪn lənd/ noun 1. Finnish Suomi. a republic in N Europe: formerly a province of the Russian Empire. 130,119 sq. mi. (337,010 sq. km). Capital: Helsinki. 2. Gulf of, an arm of the […]
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[helv] /hɛlv/ noun 1. the handle of an ax, hatchet, hammer, or the like. verb (used with object), helved, helving. 2. to furnish with a helve. /hɛlv/ noun 1. the handle of a hand tool such as an axe or pick verb 2. (transitive) to fit a helve to (a tool) n. Old English helfe, […]