[hur-guh s-hahy-mer] /ˈhɜr gəsˌhaɪ mər/
Joseph, 1880–1954, U.S. novelist.
[hey-ring] /ˈheɪ rɪŋ/ noun 1. Ewald [ey-vahlt] /ˈeɪ vɑlt/ (Show IPA), 1834–1918, German physiologist and psychologist. /ˈheriŋ/ noun 1. Ewald (ˈɛvalt). 1834–1918, German physiologist and experimental psychologist who studied vision and propounded the doctrine of nativism, the policy of favouring the natives of a country over the immigrants
[her-ee-uh t] /ˈhɛr i ət/ noun, English Law. 1. a feudal service or tribute, originally of borrowed military equipment and later of a chattel, due to the lord on the death of a tenant. /ˈhɛrɪət/ noun 1. (in medieval England) a death duty paid by villeins and free tenants to their lord, often consisting of […]
[German hey-ri-zou] /German ˈheɪ rɪˌzaʊ/ noun 1. a town in and the capital of Appenzell Ausser Rhoden, in NE Switzerland. [German ah-puh n-tsel ou-suh r rohd-n] /German ˈɑ pənˌtsɛl ˈaʊ sər ˈroʊd n/ noun 1. a demicanton in NE Switzerland: Protestant. 94 sq. mi. (245 sq. km). Capital: Herisau. /German ˈheːrizau/ noun 1. a town […]
[her-i-tuh-buh l] /ˈhɛr ɪ tə bəl/ adjective 1. capable of being inherited; ; hereditary. 2. capable of inheriting. /ˈhɛrɪtəbəl/ adjective 1. capable of being inherited; inheritable 2. (mainly law) capable of inheriting adj. early 15c., from Old French héritable (c.1200), from hériter (see heritage). Related: Heritability. heritability her·i·ta·bil·i·ty (hěr’ĭ-tə-bĭl’ĭ-tē) n. heritable her·i·ta·ble (hěr’ĭ-tə-bəl) adj. heritable […]