[hal-ee] /ˈhæl i/
Edmund or Edmond, 1656–1742, English astronomer.
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
English astronomer and mathematician best known for his study of comets. Using Newton’s laws of motion, he determined mathematically that comets move in elliptical orbits around the Sun. Based on his findings, he accurately predicted that a comet observed in 1583 would return in 1758, 1835, and 1910. This comet is now named after him. In 1679 Halley became the first person to catalog the stars in the Southern Hemisphere.
[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.
/ˈhɔːlˈdʒəʊnz/ noun 1. Sir William. 1851–1936, New Zealand statesman, born in England: prime minister of New Zealand (1906)