[hel-vel-in] /hɛlˈvɛl ɪn/
a mountain in NW England. 3118 feet (950 meters).
a mountain in NW England, in the Lake District. Height: 949 m (3114 ft)
[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, […]
[hel-vee-shuh] /hɛlˈvi ʃə/ noun 1. an Alpine region in Roman times, corresponding to the W and N parts of . 2. . /hɛlˈviːʃə/ noun 1. the Latin name for Switzerland 2. a Roman province in central Europe (1st century bc to the 5th century ad), corresponding to part of S Germany and parts of W […]
[hel-vee-shuh n] /hɛlˈvi ʃən/ adjective 1. of or relating to or the Helvetii. 2. . noun 3. one of the Helvetii. 4. a . /hɛlˈviːʃən/ adjective 1. of or relating to the Helvetii 2. another word for Swiss noun 3. a native or citizen of Switzerland 4. a member of the Helvetii adj. “Swiss,” 1550s, […]
[hel-vet-ik] /hɛlˈvɛt ɪk/ noun 1. a Swiss Protestant; Zwinglian. adjective 2. . /hɛlˈvɛtɪk/ adjective 1. Helvetian or Swiss 2. of or relating to the Helvetic Confessions or to Swiss Protestantism noun 3. a Swiss Protestant or reformed Calvinist who subscribes to one of the two Helvetic Confessions (of faith) formulated in 1536 and 1566