[hal-ee for 1, hah-luh for 2.] /ˈhæl i for 1, ˈhɑ lə for 2./
Morris, born 1923, U.S. linguist, born in Latvia.
a city in Germany, NW of Leipzig.
Official name Halle an der Saale
[hah-luh ahn der zahl-uh] /ˈhɑ lə ɑn dɛr ˈzɑl ə/ (Show IPA).
[ley al] /leɪ ˈal/
(formerly) the large, central, wholesale food market area of Paris, France.
a city in E central Germany, in Saxony-Anhalt, on the River Saale: early saltworks; a Hanseatic city in the late Middle Ages; university (1694). Pop: 240 119 (2003 est) Official name Halle an der Saale (an der ˈzaːlə)
Sir Charles, original name Karl Hallé. 1819–95, German conductor and pianist, in Britain from 1848. In 1857 he founded the Hallé Orchestra in Manchester
[hal-ee] /ˈhæl i/ noun 1. Edmund or Edmond, 1656–1742, English astronomer. /ˈhælɪ/ noun 1. Edmund. 1656–1742, English astronomer and mathematician. He predicted the return of the comet now known as Halley’s comet, constructed charts of magnetic declination, and produced the first wind maps Halley (hāl’ē) English astronomer and mathematician best known for his study of […]
[hal-yerd] /ˈhæl yərd/ noun 1. . [hal-yerd] /ˈhæl yərd/ noun 1. any of various lines or tackles for hoisting a spar, sail, flag, etc., into position for use. /ˈhæljəd/ noun 1. a variant spelling of halyard /ˈhæljəd/ noun 1. (nautical) a line for hoisting or lowering a sail, flag, or spar n. “rope for hoisting […]
[hal-ee] /ˈhæl i/ noun 1. a female given name.
[hah-ling, hal-ing] /ˈhɑ lɪŋ, ˈhæl ɪŋ/ noun 1. a vigorous, athletic, Norwegian folk dance.