[hed-uh gab-ler] /ˈhɛd ə ˈgæb lər/
a play (1890) by Henrik Ibsen.
[heed; unstressed eed] /hid; unstressed id/ 1. contraction of he had. 2. contraction of he would. /hiːd; unstressed iːd; hɪd; ɪd/ contraction 1. he had or he would High Energy Detector
[hed-l] /ˈhɛd l/ noun 1. one of the sets of vertical cords or wires in a loom, forming the principal part of the harness that guides the warp threads. /ˈhɛdəl/ noun 1. one of a set of frames of vertical wires on a loom, each wire having an eye through which a warp thread can […]
[hed-n-ber-gahyt] /ˈhɛd n bərˌgaɪt/ noun 1. a contact metamorphic mineral of the pyroxene family, calcium ferrous silicate, CaFe(SiO 3) 2 , that forms black prismatic crystals in crystalline limestone.
/ˈhɛdərə/ noun 1. See ivy (sense 1)
[khey-duh r; English khey-der, -hey-] /ˈxeɪ dər; English ˈxeɪ dər, -ˈheɪ-/ noun, plural hadarim [khuh-dah-rim] /xəˈdɑ rɪm/ (Show IPA). English, heders. Yiddish. 1. (especially in Europe) a private Jewish elementary school for teaching children Hebrew, Bible, and the fundamentals of Judaism. 2. (in the U.S.) (def 2). /ˈxɛdɛr; English ˈheɪdə/ noun (pl) hadarim (xadaˈriːm) 1. […]