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Hercules a hero in Greek and Roman mythology. Hercules was half man and half god and known for his amazing strength.
herd any group of cattle or wild animals that feed and travel together. [4 definitions]
here in, at, or to this specific place or location. [4 definitions]
hereafter after this; from this point on.
hereby by this means; at this moment.
hereditary having to do with characteristics that are passed or could be passed from parent to offspring. [2 definitions]
heredity the passing of characteristics from parent to offspring. [2 definitions]
here's shortened form of "here is."
heritage something that one believes, thinks, or does that comes from one's family or ethnic background; tradition.
Hermes the messenger of the gods, in Greek mythology. Hermes was also the god of travelers, of trade, of theft, and of skill in speaking. He is often shown with wings on his hat and shoes. In Roman mythology, Hermes is called Mercury.
hermit a person who lives alone and away from others. Often a person becomes a hermit in order to lead a religious life.
hero a person who is brave, good, and often looked up to by others. [2 definitions]
heroic of or having to do with a hero or heroes. [3 definitions]
heroin a drug made from a substance found in certain plants. Heroin is addictive and harmful. It is against the law to make, use, or possess heroin in the United States.
heroine a woman who is looked up to for her good character or fine actions. [2 definitions]
heron a wading bird with long legs, a long neck, and a long pointed bill. An egret is a kind of heron.
herring a small fish that lives in northern waters. Herring are used for food.
hers that or those belonging to her, done by her, or having to do with her.
herself her own self (used to show that an action is done to the same female who carries out the action). [3 definitions]
he's shortened form of "he is" or "he has."
hesitant not feeling sure; in doubt.