[hel-uh t, hee-luh t] /ˈhɛl ət, ˈhi lət/
a member of the lowest class in ancient Laconia, constituting a body of serfs who were bound to the land and were owned by the state.
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(lowercase) a serf or slave; bondman.
(in ancient Greece, esp Sparta) a member of the class of unfree men above slaves owned by the state
(usually not capital) a serf or slave
1570s (with a capital -h-) “Spartan serf,” from Greek Heilotes, plural of Heilos, popularly associated with Helos, Laconian town reduced to serfdom by Sparta, but perhaps related to Greek halonai “be captured.” In extended use by 1820s.
smoothness, a town of Asher, on the east border (Josh. 19:25; 21:31); called also Hukok (1 Chr. 6:75).
[hee-liks] /ˈhi lɪks/ noun, plural helices [hel-uh-seez] /ˈhɛl əˌsiz/ (Show IPA), helixes. 1. a spiral. 2. Geometry. the curve formed by a straight line drawn on a plane when that plane is wrapped around a cylindrical surface of any kind, especially a right circular cylinder, as the curve of a screw. Equation: x = a […]
smooth-tongued, one of the chief priests in the time of Joiakim (Neh. 12:15).
- Helium II
noun 1. liquid helium existing as a superfluid below the lambda point of 2.186 K, having very low viscosity and very high thermal conductivity.