[hohst-lee] /ˈhoʊst li/
of or proper to a :
the hostly qualities of consideration and generosity.
1. (Or “sitename”). The unique name by which a computer is known on a network, used to identify it in electronic mail, Usenet news, or other forms of electronic information interchange. On the Internet the hostname is an ASCII string, e.g. “foldoc.doc.ic.ac.uk” which, consists of a local part (foldoc) and a domain name (doc.ic.ac.uk). The […]
- Host number
networking The host part of an Internet address. The rest is the network number. (1994-10-27)
- Host of heaven
The sun, moon, and stars are so designated (Gen. 2:1). When the Jews fell into idolatry they worshipped these (Deut. 4:19; 2 Kings 17:16; 21:3,5; 23:5; Jer. 19:13; Zeph. 1:5; Acts 7:42).
[hohst] /hoʊst/ noun 1. a person who receives or entertains guests at home or elsewhere: the host at a theater party. 2. a master of ceremonies, moderator, or interviewer for a television or radio program. 3. a person, place, company, or the like, that provides services, resources, etc., as for a convention or sporting event: […]