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Huron Lake Huron, one of the Great Lakes. It lies between the U.S. state of Michigan and the Canadian province of Ontario. [2 definitions]
hurrah a word used to express joy, approval, victory, or encouragement. [2 definitions]
hurricane a powerful storm with heavy rains and winds that blow in a circle at 73 miles per hour or more. Hurricanes usually form in the West Indian region of the Atlantic Ocean.
hurried moving or acting quickly; forced to hurry. [2 definitions]
hurry to move or act with speed; to rush (sometimes followed by "up"). [3 definitions]
hurt to cause pain, harm, or suffering to. [6 definitions]
hurtle to move with great speed and often with great noise. [2 definitions]
husband a man who is married; the man to whom a woman is married.
hush "Be quiet." [5 definitions]
husk the dry outer covering of some seeds and fruits. [2 definitions]
husky1 big and strong. [2 definitions]
husky2 (often capitalized) a breed of dog. Huskies are strong, have thick fur, and are often raised to pull sleds in arctic regions.
hustle to work or go swiftly. [4 definitions]
hut a small house or shelter made of grass, mud, or logs.
hutch a pen or shelter for small animals such as rabbits. [2 definitions]
hyacinth a plant that bears tall stalks of colorful flowers that have a sweet smell. The hyacinth grows from a bulb and is related to the lily.
hybrid the offspring of two plants or animals that are of different species or breeds.
hydrant an upright pipe with a valve from which water can be drawn from a water main.
hydroelectric having to do with producing electricity by means of the energy created by moving water.
hydrogen a very light gas that burns easily and is one of the chemical elements. Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe. It combines with oxygen to make water, and it is found in all living things. Hydrogen combines with many substances and has many uses. (symbol: H)
hydrogen bomb a very powerful type of bomb. When its hydrogen atoms are forced together under great heat and pressure, they release energy in a huge explosion.