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historical of or having to do with history. [2 definitions]
historically concerning what actually existed and occurred in past times.
history everything that has happened in the past to people or things, or a telling of these events. [4 definitions]
hit to give a blow or stroke to; strike. [9 definitions]
hitch1 to join or fasten with a rope or straps. [6 definitions]
hitchhike to try to get, or to get, a free ride in a vehicle.
hit the jackpot (informal) to have sudden good luck or success; to win a jackpot.
hit the sack (slang) to go to bed.
hive something built for or by bees to live in. [2 definitions]
hives (used with a singular or plural verb) a mild disease that causes small bumps on the skin that itch. Hives are often the result of an allergy.
hoard a collection or supply of something that is hidden or stored in order to have it available in the future. [2 definitions]
hoarse having a rough and weak sound because of illness or too much use. [2 definitions]
hoax an act meant to trick or deceive. [2 definitions]
hobble to walk with trouble or in an awkward manner; limp. [5 definitions]
hobby1 an interest or activity that one does for pleasure in one's spare time.
Ho Chi Minh City the largest city in Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh City used to be called Saigon. Saigon was formerly the capital of South Vietnam.
hockey a sport played on ice, with two teams of six skating players; ice hockey. Each team tries to drive a puck into the other's goal using sticks. [2 definitions]
hoe a garden tool with a thin, flat blade at the end of a long handle. It is used for breaking up the soil and removing weeds. [2 definitions]
hog an adult pig raised for meat. Hogs weigh well over 100 pounds. [4 definitions]
hogan a type of house built by the Navajo and other Native American people. A hogan is made of earth walls supported by logs.
hoist to lift or haul up using a mechanical device. [2 definitions]