[huh-vey-lee-uh n] /həˈveɪ li ən/
a faint white halo with an angular radius of 90° that is occasionally seen around the sun or the moon, thought to be caused by the reflection and refraction of sunlight by ice crystals.
[huh-vey-lee-uh s; German hey-vey-lee-oo s] /həˈveɪ li əs; German heɪˈveɪ liˌʊs/ noun 1. Johannes (Johann Hewel or Hewelke) 1611–87, Polish astronomer: charted the moon’s surface and discovered four comets. 2. a walled plain in the second quadrant of the face of the moon: about 100 miles (160 km) in diameter. /German heˈveːliʊs/ noun 1. Johannes […]
- Hever castle
/ˈhiːvə/ noun 1. a Tudor mansion near Edenbridge in Kent: home of Anne Boleyn before her marriage; Italian garden added in the 20th century by the Astor family
[he-ve-shee] /ˈhɛ vɛ ʃi/ noun 1. Georg von [ge-awrg vawn] /gɛˈɔrg vɔn/ (Show IPA), 1885–1966, Hungarian chemist: Nobel Prize 1943. /Hungarian ˈhɛvɛʃi/ noun 1. Georg von (ˈɡeːɔrɡ fɔn). 1885–1966, Hungarian chemist. He worked on radioactive tracing and, with D. Coster, discovered the element hafnium (1923): Nobel prize for chemistry 1943
[hyoo or, often, yoo] /hyu or, often, yu/ verb (used with object), hewed, hewed or hewn, hewing. 1. to strike forcibly with an ax, sword, or other cutting instrument; chop; hack. 2. to make, shape, smooth, etc., with cutting blows: to hew a passage through the crowd; to hew a statue from marble. 3. to […]