a companion and helper.
anything that aids or assists, especially regularly:
This calculator is my constant helpmate.
a companion and helper, esp a wife
“companion,” 1715, altered from helpmeet, a ghost word, from the Biblical translation of Latin adjutorium simile sibi [Gen. ii:18] as “an help meet (i.e. fit) for him” (Hebrew ‘ezer keneghdo), which already by 1673 was being printed as help-meet and mistaken for one word.
[help-meet] /ˈhɛlpˌmit/ noun 1. . /ˈhɛlpˌmiːt/ noun 1. a less common word for helpmate n. as two words in the 1611 Bible, a noun–adjective phrase; hyphenated and mistaken as a modified noun by 1670s; see helpmate.
- Help screens
plural noun 1. computer instructions displayed on a visual display unit
/Swedish hɛlsiŋˈbɔrj/ noun 1. a port in SW Sweden, on the Sound opposite Helsingør, Denmark: changed hands several times between Denmark and Sweden, finally becoming Swedish in 1710; shipbuilding. Pop: 121 097 (2004 est) Former name (until 1971) Hälsingborg
[hel-sing-œr] /ˌhɛl sɪŋˈœr/ noun 1. a seaport on NE Zealand, in NE Denmark: the scene of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. /Danish hɛlseŋˈøːr/ noun 1. a port in NE Denmark, in NE Zealand: site of Kronborg Castle (16th century), famous as the scene of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Pop: 35 002 (2004 est) English name Elsinore