[hah-ling, hal-ing] /ˈhɑ lɪŋ, ˈhæl ɪŋ/
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)
[hawl-mahrk] /ˈhɔlˌmɑrk/ noun 1. an official mark or stamp indicating a standard of purity, used in marking gold and silver articles assayed by the Goldsmiths’ Company of London; plate mark. 2. any mark or special indication of genuineness, good quality, etc. 3. any distinguishing feature or characteristic: Accuracy is a hallmark of good scholarship. verb […]
[huh-loh] /həˈloʊ/ interjection 1. (used to call or answer someone, or to incite dogs in hunting.) noun, plural hallos. 2. the cry “hallo!”. 3. a shout of exultation. verb (used without object), halloed, halloing. 4. to call with a loud voice; shout; cry, as after hunting dogs. verb (used with object), halloed, halloing. 5. to […]
[huh-loh, ha-] /həˈloʊ, hæ-/ interjection, noun, plural halloas, verb (used with or without object), halloaed, halloaing. 1. .
noun 1. a national shrine in New York City commemorating the names of outstanding Americans. 2. a room, building, etc., set aside to honor outstanding individuals in any profession, locality, nation, or the like. 3. a number of individuals acclaimed as outstanding in a particular profession, field of endeavor, locality, or the like. noun (mainly […]