Ido-English Dictionary : H

ha! (interj.) ha! ah!

habil-a: (physical, intellectual) able, clever, skilful, adroit, dextrous, handy; -a horlog-if-isto: a clever clock-maker; il esas -a en sua arto: he is clever in his art; -a fripono: a sharp rogue. V. exp.: On povas divenar "habila" ne nur per studiado ma per aktual experienco; on povas divenar kapabla per lernado sen praktike aplikar sua savado. Ant.: ne-habila, ne-apta. — DEFIS

habilit-ar: (tr.; esp. juris.) to habilitate, to qualify, to render competent, to enable. Ex.: Habilitar minor(ul)o kontraktar. Habilitar su por ula ofico. La habiliteso heredar cesas en fora gradi di parenteso. — DEFIS

habit-ar: (tr., intr.) to inhabit, to live (in) (permanently); (cf. rezidar); -(ad)o: habitation, residing; -eyo: (place) habitation, abode, dwelling-place; (zool.) haunt, habitat; -anto, -ero: inhabitant, denizen; -ebla: (in)habitable. V. exp.: Habitar esas rezidar permanante en propra o fixa domo; lojar esas rezidar tempe (kurte) che altra persono od en gasteyo. La soldati lojas che la habitanti dil urbo. On habitas urbo, lando, dum ke on lojas en hotelo, che amiko, parento, en apartamento, en chambro, e.c.; I-410. — EFIS

habitakl-o: (nav.) binnacle, compass-box. — F

hach-ar: (tr.) to hatch, shade by lines cut or drawn; to hash, to mince, cut into very small parts; -ajo, -ita karno: mince-meat; -uro: hatching; -ilo: (cook.) chopping-knife. Def.: Pece-tigar (karno, e.c.); IV-562. Ex.: On hachas karno per multa densa tranchuri preske paralela; simile on hachas desegno per multa linei preske paralela; V-31. — EF

hagiograf-o: hagiographer. — DEFIS

hagiografi-o: hagiography. — DEFIS

hak-ar: (tr.) to chop, (rough) hew, cut up (with an axe or large cutting instrument) (cf. hachar); -achar: to hack; -(ad)o, -uro: chopping, hewing; a chop, cut; -isto: chopper, hewer; -ilo: a chopping instr. (as an axe); -il-eto: a small cutting instr.; hatchet; -ilo-stroko stroke of an axe; -il-uyo: axe-holder, -case; -o-kultelo: cleaver, chopping-knife. — DEFIS

hal-o: a large room of considerable size; (merkato-) market, public place, ordinarily covered, where marketing is carried on; -vend-isto: market-, stall-keeper; -o-taxo: market-dues; linguo di la -i: (fig.) Billingsgate (language). — DEFS

halbard-o: halbard. — DEFIRS

halofit-o: (bot.) halophyte. — DE

halogen-o: (chem.) halogen. — DEF

halon-o: halo (as around moon, head, etc.).

halt-ar: (intr.) to (make a) halt, stop; -igar: to cause (ulu) to halt; to stop (ulo); -ig-ilo: a stopping instr., a catch; -ez: (command) halt! stop there! that will do! — DEFI

halter-o: dumb-bell; -agar, exercar su per -i: to do d. b. exercises. — FIS

haltik-o: (zool.) flea beetle (altica).

halucin-ar: (intr., med.) to have hallucinations, to delude (su); -igar: to cause h.s in (ulu); to affect with visions or imaginary perceptions. — DEFIRS

halux-o: hallux, great toe of foot.

hamadriad-o: (myth.) hamadryad, woodnymph.

hamak-o: hammock. — EFRS

hamamel-o: (bot.) (2001) witch hazel (family Hamamelus). — FIRS

hamstr-o: (zool.) hamster (Cricetus). — DEFRS

han-o: a fowl, hen or cock; (fusil-) cock (of a gun or pistol); -ulo: cock, rooster (cf. pultro); -ino: hen; -yuno: pullet; -yun-eto: chicken; -ulo-kres-to: comb of a cock. — DE

hano-lakt-o: mulled-egg, egg-flip. Def.: Drinkajo ek vitelo quirlita en varma aquo sukrizita; V-621.

hanch-o: hip (of persons), haunch, hind-quarter (of animals); -o-flexar: to bend at the hips. — DEFIS

handikap-ar: (tr., in sports and fig.) to handicap. — DEFIRS.

hangar-o: shed (esp. for vehicles), outhouse; (aviation) hangar. Def.: Tekto pozita sur fosti o pilastri; II-709. — DEF

hans-o: Hanse-town; -ala: Hanseatic. — DEFIRS

haptik-o: haptic: the science of touch.

haras-o*: stud farm.

har-o: a hair (of a person's head; cf. pilo); -aro: hair (collect.); -oza: hairy; -treso: hair-plait, pigtail, queue; -o-pelo: scalp; -ar-acho: mop, shock of hair; -dik-eso: a hair's breadth; long-hara; long haired. — DE

hard-a: (also fig.) hard, tough, indurate; -igar: to harden (ulu, ulo); to temper (iron, etc.); (fig.) to indurate, toughen, inure; -ig-uro: temper (of metals); -eso: hardness. Ex.: Fero esas metalo tre harda. Ovo harde koquita. Lito harda. Hardigar sua korpo. Havar harda kordio (fig.). Kavalo kun harda boko. Ant.: mola. — DE

harem-o: harem; -an-ino: woman of h. — DEFIRS

haring-o: (ichth.) herring; -o fum-izita: smoked h.; -o-bando: shoal of h. — DEFIS

harmoni-ar: (intr., lit. and fig.) to be in harmony (kun); -igar: to harmonize (ulo); -ala, -alo: harmonic (sound). — DEFRS

harmonik-a: (math.) harmonic(al) (proportion, division).

harmonik-o: (mus. instr.) harmonica. — DEFIRS

harmonium-o: (mus. instr.) harmonium. — DEFIRS

harnes-o: harness (as of a horse); -izar: to harness; -aro: (horse-) trappings, sen- -igar: to unharness. — DEFS

harp-o: (mus. instr.) harp. — DEFIRS

harpi-o: (myth.) harpy. — DEFIRS

harpun-o: harpoon; -agar: (tr.) to. h. — DEFRS

hashish-o: hashish. — DEFIRS

hast-ar: (intr.) to hasten, make haste; -igar: to hurry (ulu, ulo, su); to press, push forward expedite; (cf. acelerar, plu-rapid-igar, avancar); -oz-ege: precipitously. Ex.: hastigar la pazo, la progreso di ulo. Il departis hastoze. Il ekiris, ma sen hasto. — DEF

hau-o: (agri.) hoe; -agar: (tr.) to h.; -eto, plata -o: mattock. Def.: Instrumento fera kun ligna mancho, por exkavar la tero; la fera parto esas larja, plata e tranchanta, kun aristo en plano perpendikla a la mancho; VI-533. — DEF

haul-ar: (tr., nav.) to haul, heave in (cf. tirar); to tow; -voyo: tow-path; -ar la kanoto ye bordo: haul the boat on board; -ar sur kord(eg)o: to haul, pull upon a rope; -ar navo: to tow a ship; -ar kord(eg)o ad su, ad ulu: to haul in a rope. — DEFIS

hav-ar: (tr.) to have (ulo: money, occasion, motive, time, etc.; N.B. not to be used as verbal auxiliary); -aj-o, -i: property, possessions, what one is worth. — DEFIS

hazard-o: (hap-)hazard, luck, chance, something uncertain and unplanned; -e: by chance, casually, accidentally, perchance; -ala: accidental, fortuitous; -o-ludo: game of chance; -e trovar: to find or meet unexpectedly; ye la -o di la menuo: pot-luck; ne fidez a -o: do not trust to chance; se vu -e trovos il bon-humora: if perchance you find him in good humour. — DEFRS

he! (interj.) hey! eh!

(la) Hebre-a (linguo): the Hebrew (language); -a, -ala: Hebrew, Hebraic; -ismo, -ajo: Hebraism; -isto: Hebraist; (cf. Izrael-ido, Judo).

heder-o: (bot.) ivy (Hedera). — ISL

hederace-o: (bot.) ground-ivy (Glechoma hederacea). — L

hef-o: yeast, leaven. — D

heg-o: hedge, hedgerow. Def.: Barilo o klozilo (cirkum agro) formacita ek arbusti; IV-204. — DEF

hegemoni-o: hegemony. Def.: Speco di dominaco o prepondero di un naciono inter altri (historial e politikal termino); III-603. — DEFIRS

heg-roz-o: (bot.) dog-rose (Rosa canina); -iero: sweet-brier, eglantine.

hejir-o: hegira (Mohammedan). — DEFIRS

hekatomb-o: (lit. and fig.) hecatomb. — DEFIRS

hektar-o: hectare, 2.47 acres. — DEFIRS

hektik-a: (med.) hectic. — DEFIS

hektograf-ar: (tr.) to hectograph, to mimeograph. — DEF

hektogram-o: hectogram: 3.527 oz., avdp. — DEFIRS

hektolitr-o: hectoliter: 22.01 imperial galls; 26.417 U.S. galls. — DEFIRS

hektometr-o: hectometer: about 328 ft. — DEFIRS

hektowato: hectowatt.

hel-a: (2001) light (in color).

helebor-o: (bot.) hellebore (genus: Helleborus); -o verda, fetida, nigra: green, stinking, black (species of) h. — EFISL

Helen-a*, -ala: Hellenic; -ismo, -ajo: Hellenism; -isto: Hellenist.

heli-o: (chem.) helium. — DEFIRS

heliant-o: (bot.) helianthus, sun-flower (genus: Helianthus). — EFIS

heliantem-o: (bot.) helianthemum: rock rose, sunrose, frostweed.

helic-o: (arch., geom.) helix; (of a ship) propeller; (bot.) tendril; -o-navo: screw-ship; -atra: helicoid, winding, spiral; (cf. helicoida); -o-resorto: spiral spring, coiled spring. — EFIS

helicoid-a: helicoid, spiral (cf. helic-atra); -o: helicoid.

helik-o: snail (family: Helicidæ). — L

helikopter-o: (aeron.) helicopter. — EFIRS

heliocentr-ala: heliocentric. — DEF

heliograb-ar: (tr., photo., engr.) to make heliogravures. — EFIS

heliograf-ar: (tr.) to heliograph.

heliometr-o: (astr. instr.) heliometer. — DEFIRS

helioskop-o: (astr. instr.) helioscope. — DEFIRS

heliostat-o: heliostat. — DEFIRS

heliotrop-o: (bot.) heliotrope (genus: Heliotropium). — DEFIRS

helix-o: (anat.) helix. — EFIS

"heiler" (pl. -i): heller, Austrian coin; 0.2 cent.

helm-o: (ancient) helmet. Def.: Specala formo di kasko (mezevala e blazonala); IV-78. — DEFIS

help-ar: (tr.) to help, aid, assist (ulu, pri, por, ulo); -o: help, assistance (cf. sokursar); -anto, -ero, -isto: assistant, helper; (in composition) assistant-, under-; (on ships) mate; aide; -o-kirurgi-isto: assistant surgeon; -ilo, -ivo: (instrument, object which aids) aid, help, relief, assistance, auxiliary; -o-verbo: auxiliary verb; -ar ulu levar su (stac-eskar): to help someone to lift himself (to rise); kun la -o di Deo: with the help of God. — DE

helmint-o: (zool.) (2001) helminth: parasitical intestinal worm; -ologio: helminthology. — DEFIRS

hem!: (interj.) ahem!

hem-o: home; esar -e: to be at home; -o-dei: lares, home-gods; -rest-ema persono: domesticated, home-loving person; -facita, -bakita: home-made, -baked. V. exp.: La hemo povas esar ne kompleta domo, ma apartamento mikra e mem nur un chambro; lo esencala esas, ke on sentas ke ol esas personala "eseyo" (rezideyo), tote diferanta de chambri di hotelo o di lojeyo; I-411. — DEF

hematit-o: (min.) hematite, bloodstone. — DEFIRS

hematologi-o: (2001) haematology, hematology. — DEFIRS

hemerokal-o: (bot.) day-lily (genus: Hemerocallis). — EFIS

hemiop-a: (med.) hemianoptic; -eso: hemianopsia, hemiopsy. — EF

hemiplegi-o: (med.) hemiplegia. — DEF

hemipter-o: (ent.) hemipter. — DEFIS

hemistik-o: (verse) hemistich. — DEFIS

hemofili-o: (2001) haemophilia, hemophilia. — DEFIRS

hemoglobin-o: hemglobin, haemoglobin. — DEF

hemoliz-o: (biol.) hemolysis.

hemoptizi-o: (med.) haemoptysis, blood expectoration. — DEF

hemoragi-o: (med.) hemorrhage. — DEF

hemoroid-o, -i: (med.) hemorrhoid(s), pile(s). — DEFIRS

«henry»: (elec.) henry: the practical mks unit of inductance equal to the self-inductance of a circuit or the mutual inductance of two circuits in which the variation of one ampere per second results in an induced electromotive force of one volt. — DEF

hepat-o: (anat.) liver; -ala: hepatic; pasteto de grasa -i: pate de foie gras, potted goose livers. — DEFIS

hepatik-o: (bot.) liverleaf, hepatica (Hepatica). — EFIS

hepatit-o: (med.) hepatitis, inflammation of the liver; (min.) hepatite, liver stone. — DEF

heptaedr-o: (geom.) heptahedron. — DEF

heptagon-o: (geom.) heptagon. — DEF

herald-o: herald. — DEFIRS

herb-o: herb, a plant which does not have a woody stem (cf. herboro); -aji: herbage; (fig.) grass (cf. gazono); -ala, -atra, -oza: herbaceous, herby, grassy; herbo-stip-eto: a blade of grass; mala -o: weed. — EFIS

herbari-o: herbarium, classified collection of dried plants. — DEFIRS

herbivor-a, -o: herbivorous (animal). Def.: Herbo-manj-anta, -anto. — DEFIS

herbor-o: (medicinal) herb; -isto: herbalist. Def.: Medicinala planto sikigita o preparita (en la formo en qua ol vendesas da herboristo); VI-213. — DEFIS

herd-o: hearth, fireplace, hearthstone; floor or bottom of an oven. — De

hered-ar: (tr.) to inherit, be the heir to (ulo, de ulu); -o: (act) inheriting; -ajo: heritage (estate), inheritance, heirloom, legacy; -anto, -into: inheritor; heir; -ala, -ita: hereditary; sen- -ant-eso: escheat (cf. re-version-ar). Ex.: Heredar havajo de gepatri; Lua sola heredajo esis nobla nomo. — EFIS

herezi-o: heresy; -ano: heretic; -ala, -ana: heretical. — DEFIRS

heris-ar: (tr.) to bristle (up) (of hair, feathers, etc.); -o: bristling; (med.) horripilation; -ita: bristled, bristly; (fig.) hirsute, prickly; -igar la hari: to make one's hair stand on end. — FS

herison-o: (zool.) hedgehog (genus: Erinaceus). — FS

herkogami-o: (bot.) hercogame: name proposed by Axell for plants that must be pollinated by insects.

Herkul-o: (myth. and fig.) Hercules; -ala, -atra: Herculean. — DEFIRS

hermafrodit-a, -o: hermaphrodite. — DEFIRS

hermetik-a: hermetic(al). — DEFIRS

herni-o: (med.) hernia. — DEFIS

hero-(ul)o: hero; -ajo: act of heroism; -komika: mock-heroic. — DEFIRS

heron-o: (orni.) heron (Ardea). — DEFI

heron-fonten-o: Hero's fountain.

herpet-o: (med.) herpes, tetter, shingles. — DEFIS

hers-o: (agri.) harrow; (fort.) portcullis (set with spikes); -agar: (tr.) to h. — F

heteroblastik-a: (biol.) heteroblastic.

heterodox-a: heterodox. Ant.: ortodoxa. — DEF

heterofil-a: (bot.) heterophyllous.

heterogam-a: (biol.) heterogamous.

heterogen-a: heterogeneous. — DEFIRS

heterogenez-o: (biol.) heterogenesis.

heterokromosom-o: (biol.) heterochromosome.

heteromorfos-o: (biol.) heteromorphosis.

heterosexual-a: heterosexual.

heterostil-a: (bol.) heterostylic.

heterotip-a: (biol.) heterotypic.

heuristik-o: heuristic.

hexaedr-o: (geom.) hexahedron. — DEF

hexagon-o: (geom.) hexagon. — DEF

hexagram-o: (geom.) hexagram. — DEFIS

hexametr-o: (verse) hexameter. — DEFIRS

hezit-ar: (intr.) to hesitate, falter, be doubtful; -igar: to cause (ulu) to h.; -anta, -ema: hesitant, irresolute, faltering. Ex.: Il hezitas inter deziro e shamo. Hezitar avan danjero. Karaktero hezitema. Hezitanta voco, respondo. — DEFI

hiacint-o: (bot., min.) hyacinth. — DEFIRS

hialoplasm-o: (biol.) hyaloplasm.

hiat-o: (gram. and fig.) hiatus. — DEFIRS

hibern-ar: (intr.) to hibernate.

hibisk-o: (2001) hibiscus: : flowering plant (genus Hibiscus). — DEFIRS

hibrid-a, -o: hybrid, mongrel (cf. mestica, mulata); -ifar: to produce h. offspring; -igo: hybridization. Def.: Animali e planti qui venas de mixo di du speci; V-33. Ex.: Mulo esas hibrido de kavalino ed asnulo. — DEFIRS

hid-o: (chem.) hydrogen (cf. hidrogeno); -o-peroxo: hydrogendioxide, peroxide.

«hidalgo»: hidalgo: Spanish nobleman of lower class. — DEFIRS

hidatod-o: (biol.) hydathode.

hidr-o: (myth., astron.) Hydra; (zool.) hydrophis, a genus of fresh water polyps. — DEFIRS

hidramniot-o: (anat.) hydramnios.

hidrant-o: hydrant.

hidrat-o: (chem.) hydrate. — DEFIS

hidraulik-o: hydraulics. — DEFIRS

hidrid-o: (2001) hydride. — DEFIRS

hidrocefal-eso: (med.) hydrocephalus, water on the brain; -o: (person) afflicted with h. — DEF

hidrodinamik-o: hydrodynamics. — DEFIRS

hidrofil-a: hydrophilic.

hidrofobi-o: (med.) hydrophobia. — DEFIRS

hidrogen-o: (chem., common term) hydrogen (cf. hido). — DEFIRS

hidrograf-o: hydrographer. — DEFIS

hidrografi-o: hydrography. — DEFIS

hidroleucit-o: (biol.) central vacuole of a plant cell.

hidroliz-o: (chem.) hydrolysis. — DEFIS

hidrologi-o: hydrology. — DEFIS

hidromanci-o: hydromancy. — DEFIS

hidromekanik-o: hydromechanics. — DEFIS

hidrometr-o: hydrometer. — DEFIRS

hidrometri-o: hydrometry. — DEFIRS

hidropati-o: hydropathy. — DEFIRS

hidroponik-o: (2001) hydroponics. — DEFIRS

hidrops-o: (med.) dropsy; -ika, -iko: dropsical (person). — DEFIS

hidroquinon-o: (chem.) hydroquinone. — DEFIS

hidroskop-o: bletonist, finder of springs. — DFIRS

hidroskopi-o: bletonism, art of finding underwater sources. — DFIRS

hidrostatik-o: hydrostatics. — DEFIRS

hidroterapi-o: hydrotherapeutics. — DEFIRS

hidroxid-o: (2001) hydroxide. — DEFIRS

hien-o: (zool.) hyena; -o stri-oza: striped h. (Hyaena striata). — DEFIRS

hier-e: (adv.) yesterday; -a: of y.; -e matine: yesterday (in the) morning; la -a dio: yesterday; pre-hiere: (on the) day before yesterday; sep dii pos hiere: in a week. — FIS

hierarki-o: hierarchy. — DEFIRS

hieratik-a: hieratic (writing, etc.). — DEFIRS

hieroglif-o: hieroglyph. — DEFIRS

«high life»: high life, life among the aristocracy or the rich.

higien-o: hygiene. V. exp.: vid. salubra. — DEFIRS

higrometr-o: hygrometer. — DEFIRS

higrometri-o: hygrometry. — DEFIRS

higroskop-o: hygroscope. — DEF

hik-e: here, in this place; -a, -ala: here, this; -e ube: here where; ad exter hike! out of here! away with you! for hike: far distant from here; tra hike: through here, this way; venez adhike: come here, hither; til hike: (un)to here; hike apude: near here; hike interne: here within. — L

hikori-o: (2001) American hickory (tree) (genus Carya).

hil-o: (bot.) hilum, hile. — EFIS

hilot-o: (Spartan) helot. — DEFIRS

himen-o: (anat., bot.) hymen. — DEFIS

himene-o: hymeneal, a marriage song. — DEFIRS

himeni-o: (bot.) hymenium.

himenopter-a, -o: (ent.) hymenopter(al). — DEFIRS

himn-o: hymn; -aro, -o-libro: hymnal, h. book. — DEFIRS

hioid-o: (anat.) hyoid (bone). — EFIS

hip-ar: (intr.) to have the hiccoughs, to hiccup. — S

hipalag-o: (gram., rhet.) hypallage: a figure of speech in which the natural relations of two words in a statement are interchanged, as in the fire spread the wind. — DEFIS

hiper-: (prefix) over, excessively, hyper-.

hiperbat-o: (gram.) hyperbaton. Def.: Figuro di retoriko konsistanta en renverso di l'ordino dil vorti; VI-135. — DEFIS

hiperbol-o: (rhet.) hyperbole; (math.) hyperbola. — DEFIRS

hiperboloid-a, -o: (geom.) hyperboloid. — DEFIRS

hiperbore-o: a Hyperborean. — DEF

hiperemi-o: (med.) hyperemia.

hiperestezi-o: (med.) hyperesthesia.

hipermetrop-a: hypermetropic; far sighted; -eso: hypermetropia. — DEFS

hipertonik-a: (biol.) hypertonic.

hipertrofi-ar: (tr.) to cause hypertrophy to; to develop to an unusual or abnormal degree; -o, -eso: hypertrophy. Ant.: atrofiar. — DEFIES

hipnot-ar: (intr.) to be in a hypnotic state; -o: (state) hypnosis; -igar: to hypnotize (ulu); -igo: hypnotization; -ismo: hypnotism (doctrine); -ig-ato: person hypnotized. — DEFIRS

hipo-: (prefix) hypo-: under, beneath, less than normal.

hipocikloid-o: (geom.) hypocycloid. — DEFIRS

hipoderm-o: (anat.) hypodermis.

hipodrom-o: hippodrome. — DEFIRS

hipofiz-o: (anat.) hypophysis, pituitary gland. — DEFIRS

hipogastr-o: (anat.) hypogastrium. — DEFIS

hipoge-o: (anc. arch.) hypogeum. — DEFI

hipoglicemi-o: (2001) hypoclycemia, hypoglycaemia. — DEFIRS

hipogrif-o: (myth.) hippogriff, winged horse. — DEFIRS

hipokamp-o: (ichth.) hippocampus, sea-horse. — EFIS

hipokondr-o: (anat.) hypochondrium. — DEFIRS

hipokondri-o: (med.) hypochondria; -ika,-iko: hypochondriac. — DEFIRS

hipokrit-a: hypocritical; -(ul)o: hypocrite, dissembler; -eso: hypocrisy; -ajo: act of h., imposture; -esar: to be a h.; -agar: to act the h., - dolce: to wheedle. — DEFIRS

hipopion-o: (med.) hypopyon.

hipopotam-o: (zool.) hippopotamus. — DEFIRS

hipostaz-o: (theol.) hypostasis. — DEFIR

hipotek-o: mortgage, hypothec; -izar: to m. (ulo), to hypothecate. — DEFIRS

hipotenuz-o: (geom.) hypotenuse. — DEFIRS

hipotez-o: hypothesis. — DEFIRS

hipsometr-o: hypsometer. — DEFIS

hipsometri-o: hypsometry, measurement of heights. — DEFIS

hirund-o: (orni.) swallow (family: Hirundinidæ'); -o-kaud-atra: swallow-tailed; (carp.) dove-tailed. — FISL

his-ar: (tr., nav.) to hoist, raise, haul up (sails), to run up (a signal, a flag); -ar su: (fig.) to raise oneself, hoist oneself, get up. — DEFIS

hiskiam-o: (bot.) henbane (genus: Hyoscyamus). — FI

hisop-o: (bot.) hyssop. — DEFIRS

Hispan-ala: Hispanic.

histamin-o: (2001) histamine. — DEFIRS

histerektomi-o*: (med.) hysterectomy: removal of the uterus.

histeri-o: (med.) hysteria, hysterics; -ika, -iko: hysteric (person). — DEFIRS

histerez-o: (elec.) hysteresis; -ometro: hysteresometer.

histerotomi-o: (surg.) dissection of the womb; Caesarian operation. — DEF

histogenez-o: (biol.) histogenesis.

histoliz-o: (biol.) histolysis.

histologi-o: histology. — DEFIRS

histori-o: history; -isto, -ero: historian; pre- -ala: immemorial. — EFIRS

historiograf-o: historiographer: official historian of a prince or state. — DEFIRS

historiografi-o: historiography.

histrion-o: (antiq.) histrion, stage player. — DEFIS

hivernar: (intr.) of animals and persons) to hibernate, to winter (cf. estivar); (milit.) to go into winter quarters. — EFIS

ho! Oh! ho! (denoting pain, sorrow, regret); ho there! holla! (nav.) ahoy; ho! ho! heyday! dear me! bless my soul! ho la rejino desfortunoza! oh, unfortunate queen!

hobi-o: (1971) hobby.

hoboy-o: (mus., instr.) hautboy, oboe. — DEFIRS

hodograf-o: (math.) hodograph.

hodometr-o: (vehicle) hodometer, odometer; (for persons) pedometer (pazo-kont-ilo). Def.: Instrumento por mezurar la disti paririta da (1) rotvehilo, (2) marchanto. — DEFIS

hok-o: hook; -oza, -atra: curved, crooked, hooked, bent; porto-hoko: porter's h., cargo-handler's h.; labio-barbo hok-oza: curling mustache; -e fors-ar: (tr.) to pick (a lock). — DE

hok-oid-o*: (anat.) unciform (bone).

hola: holla! hallo!

hold-o: (nav.) hold (of a ship). — E

holmi-o: (2001) holmium. — DEFIRS

holoblastik-a: (biol.) holoblastic.

holograf-a: holographic: -a testamento: will written in testator's own hand. — DEFIS

holografi-o: (2001) holography. — DEFIRS

holokaust-o: (also fig.) holocaust, burnt offering. Def.: Sakrifiko en qua la viktimo esis tote kombustata; IV-79 — EFIS

holometr-o: (math.) holometer.

holoturi-o: (zool.) holothurian: a kind of water polyp (genus: Holothuria), trepang, beche de mer. — DEFIRS

hom-o: (species, inclusive of both sexes) man, a human being, person; -i: people, men and women; -aro: mankind, humanity (collect.); -ulo: a male (cf. viro, maskulo); -ino: woman (cf. muliero); -a, -ala: human; -eso: humanity, quality or condition of being human (cf. human-eso); -ale: humanely (possible, etc.); -igar: to humanize, to make human; -ach-ulo: a sorry fellow, wretch, a nobody; hom-ocid-ar: to murder; hom-in-odi-anto: misogynist. — EFIS

homaj-ar: (tr.) to do (or pay, render) homage to (a prince, a sovereign); (fig.) to pay one's respects to (ulu); homajar la vertuo: to pay h. to virtue; -o: homage; facar homajo a la mortinti: to render honor to the dead. — EFI

homard-o: lobster (genus: Homarus). — DFL

homeopati-o: homeopathy; -isto: homeopathist. — DEFIRS

homeosexual-a: (med.) homosexual. — DEF

Homer-ala, -atra (rido, e.c.): Homeric.

homili-o: homily, sermon (cf. prediko). — DEFIS

homocentr-o: (math.) homocenter, homocentre.

homofon-o: (2001) homophone. — DEFIRS

homogen-a: homogeneous; -eso: homogeneity. — DEFIRS

homografi-o: (geom.) homography.

homolog-a: (geom., biol., chem.) homologous. — DEFIRS

homologi-o: (geom.) homology.

homonim-a: homonymous. — DEFIRS

homotet-a: (geom.) homothetic.

homotip-a: (anat.) homotypic.

honest-a: honest, fair and straightforward in conduct, thought, etc., free from deceit or fraud, upright, worthy; -eso: honesty, probity, integrity, uprightness. — EFIS

honor-o: honor; -ala: honorary (guard, etc.); -inda: worthy of h.; -oza: honorable, full of h.; -iz-anta, -iva: honorary, honorific; -izar: to h., pay h. to (ulu, per ulo); -izar su: to do oneself the h., esteem it an h., take pride in; honor-promiso, -parolo, -juro: word of h.; (milit.) parole; -legiono: Legion of Honor; -kazo, -skrupulo: a point of honor; -afero: an affair of h.; -menciono: honorable mention; -um-ala: honorary: intended merely to confer h.; possessing a title or place without performing the duties of the position, IV-163; as honor-um-ala profesoro: honorary (titular) professor; sen-honor-igar: to dishonor, deprive of h. — EFIS

honorari-o: honorarium, fee, emolument. Def.: Salario di la "liberal arti" (advokato, medicinisto, e.c.); IV-163. — DEFIRS

hop! hop! jump! go!

hoplit-o: (antiq.) hoplite. — DEFIRS

hor-o: hour, the twenty-fourth part of a day (cf. kloko); -ala: horal; -ope: hourly, by the h.; -quar-imo: a quarter of an h. — EFIS

horari-o*: timetable, schedule. — F

Hori: (Gr. rel.) Horæ, the three goddesses of the seasons.

hord-o: horde, a nomadic group; (fig.) crowd, band, pack. — DEFIRS

horde-o: (bot.) barley (Hordeum); -grano: a grain of b.; (fig., med.) stye; -sukro: b. sugar. — L

horizont-o: (also fig.) horizon; -ala: horizontal; -alo: (geom.) horizontal line. — DEFIRS

horloj-o: clock, time-piece; -ala: horologic; -eto, posh-horlojo: a watch; (ri-) tensar -o: to wind the c.; kontre-horloje: backwards (on a dial); against the clock. — EFIS

hornblend-o: (min.) hornblende, amphibole. — DEF

hornis-o: (ent.) hornet (Vespa crabro). — De

horor-ar: (intr.) to feel dread mixed with detestation, to abhor, detest, loath, dread, have a horror of (pri, pro, ulu, ulo); -igar: to horrify, cause aversion to; -inda: horrible, horrid. V. exp.: vid. pavorar. — EFIS

horoskop-o: horoscope; facar la -o: to cast a person's nativity. — DEFIRS

hortensi-o: (bot.) hydrangea (Hydrangea Hortensia). — DFIRS

hospic-o: asylum, convalescent hospital, refuge (for the infirm, poor, aged, etc.); (as in the Alps) hospice, inn for travelers (kept by religious order). V. exp.: En hospitalo on kuracas maladi; en hospico on mantenas (longe, o mem por lia restanta vivo) oldi, infirmi, infanti, e.c. Malado konvalecanta povas ekirar hospitalo por enirar hospico; IV-136. — DEFIS

hospital-o: hospital (cf. ambulanco). V. exp. vid. hospico. — DEFIRS

host-o: host, one who receives or entertains a guest. — EFIRS

hosti-o: (C. rel.) host, consecrated wafer.

hotel-o: hotel (cf. albergo); -mastro: hotel-manager, -owner. — DEFR

"hozanna": hosanna.

hu!: (interj.) huh! hu! (mocking).

hu-o: (orni.) owl, particularly the white owl (Athene noctua); -eto: owlet; tawny owl, brown owl (Syrnium aluco, Strix aluco); -o nivea: snowy owl (Nyctea nivea); paser-huo: little owl (Glaucidium passerinum); sparvier-huo: hawk owl (Surnia ulula). (cf. IV-296). — F

huf-o: hoof; -forj-isto: farrier; -oza, -ozo: hoofed, ungulate. — DE

hugenot-o: Huguenot. — DEFIRS

hum! hem! hum!

human-a: humane, kind, compassionate, merciful; -(ul)-o: a h. person, humanitarian; -eso: humaneness, humanity; -isto: humanist, a student of the humanities; -ala, -ema: humanitarian; -ismo: humanism; -e: humanely; -igar: to humanize, render humane (cf. hom-igar). — DEFIRS

humer-o: (anat.) humerus. — EFIS

humid-a: humid, wet, damp, moist; -eso: (condition) humidity; -ajo: (object) the damp; -igar: to damp, moisten, wet. — EFIS

humil-a: humble, meek, lowly; -igar: to humble, humiliate, cast down. Def.: Qua basigas su vole, qua subordinas o submisas su (etikal senco). Per extenso, on darfas parolar pri gesti, paroli, agi, e social situeso humila, humil-iganta; III-226. V. exp. vid. diskreta. Ant.: superba. — EFIS

humor-o: (bona, mala) humor, temper, mood, disposition; (old physiol.) one of the four bodily fluids determining the temperament; nekonkordo di humori: incompatibility of temper(s); havar dolca -o: to have a sweet temper; esar en -o laborar: to be in a working h. V. Exp.: Humoro signifikas propre e primitive la liquidi di l'organismo, qui pleis tanta rolo en l'antiqua medicino; konseque e metafore la (bona o mala) mentala stando o tendenco (instantala, per qua ol distingesas de karaktero). Humuro esas speco di esprito, di ironio, qua expresas su en konversado ed en la rakonti; III-416. — EFIRS

humur-o: humor, humour, jocose imagination (less intellectual and more sympathetic than wit). V. Exp. vid. humoro. — DEFIRS

humus-o: humus, vegetable mould. — DEFIS

hund-o, -ulo, -ino: dog; -ala: canine; -yun-aro: litter of pups; parturar hund-yuni: to whelp, to pup. — DE

hundo-herb-o: dog-grass, couch-grass (Triticum repens).

hungr-ar, -eskar: (intr.) to be hungry (cf. apetitar); (fig.) to be eager, greedy; -oza: hungry; -eg-oza: famished; -igar: to make hungry, cause hunger; -eg-igar: to starve (ulu); -anta la glorio: greedy or eager of glory. — DEFI

hura! hurrah! hurray! hura-o: a hurrah, huzza. — DEFIRS

hurd-o: hurdle, a movable frame, as of wattled twigs, for folding sheep, gates, etc.; hurdle, an artificial barrier to be leaped. — De

huronal-a: (geol.) Huronian: name of a stratum of the Archean Era.

husar-o: (milit.) hussar. — DEFIS

huting-o: (zool.) houting whitefish (coregonus oxyrhynchus).