[hep-zuh-buh, -suh-] /ˈhɛp zə bə, -sə-/
a female given name.
E. Derman. Constraint language for financial modelling. Uses an extension of the equation solver in IDEAL. “A Simple Equation Solver and Its Application to Financial Modeling”, E. Derman et al, Soft Prac & Exp 14(12):1169-1181 (Dec 1984).
[hur; unstressed her, er] /hɜr; unstressed hər, ər/ pronoun 1. the objective case of : We saw her this morning. Give this book to her. 2. the possessive case of (used as an attributive adjective): Her coat is the one on the chair. I’m sorry about her leaving. Compare . 3. the dative case of […]
[heer-uh, her-uh] /ˈhɪər ə, ˈhɛr ə/ noun 1. the ancient Greek queen of heaven, a daughter of Cronus and Rhea and the wife and sister of Zeus. /ˈhɪərə/ noun 1. (Greek myth) the queen of the Olympian gods and sister and wife of Zeus Roman counterpart Juno sister and wife of Zeus, from Greek Hera, […]
[her-uh-klee-uh] /ˌhɛr əˈkli ə/ noun 1. an ancient city in S Italy, near the Gulf of Taranto: Roman defeat 280 b.c. /ˌhɛrəˈkliːə/ noun 1. any of several ancient Greek colonies. The most famous is the S Italian site where Pyrrhus of Epirus defeated the Romans (280 bc)