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h (letter ~) n littera h (hacha)

haberdasher n linteo

  • n vendetor de pannos

haberdashery (textile) n vendita de pannos

  • (textile) n vendita de pannos (de lino)

habilitation (1. capacitation, enabling; 2. qualifying, qualification) n habilitation

habit (1. dress of a religious order; 2. custom) n habito

  • (1. dress of a religious order; 2. custom) n habito (hà-)
  • n habito
  • ~ , gown n cotta
  • ~ , habitude n habitude
  • ~ , usage, custom n usantia

habitable adj habitabile

habitat n habitat

  • n habitat ¬NL

habitation (1. action of inhabiting; 2. abode, residence) n habitation

  • (residence) n domicilio
  • n habitation

habitual adj habitual

habitually adv habibualmente

habituate, accustom v habituar

habitude, habit n habitude

habitué n habitué

  • n habitué ¬F

hachet n hachetta

hack (horse) n cavallo

  • (taxi) n taxi
  • (writer) n scriptor mercenari
  • [Comp] n hack
  • v dolar
  • v hachar
  • v taliar
  • ~ , chop v hachar
  • ~ , chop v hachar (-sh-)

hacker n hachator

  • n hacker

hacking (act of ~) n hachamento

  • (act of ~) n hachamento (-sh-)

hackneyed adj banal

haddock [Ichthyol] n eglefino

  • n eglefino

hades n hades

  • n sheol

haematic, hematic adj hematic

haematite, hematite [Mineral] n hematite

haematosis, hematosis [Physiol] n hematosis

  • ~ , hematosis [Physiol] n hematosis (-òsis)

haemoglobin, hemoglobin [Biochem] n hemoglobina

haemophile, hemophiliac, haemophiliac, bleeder, hemophile n hemophilo

  • ~ , hemophiliac, haemophiliac, bleeder, hemophile n hemophilo (-mò-)
  • ~ , hemophilic, haemophilic, hemophile adj hemophile

haemophilia, hemophilia n hemophilia

  • ~ , hemophilia n hemophilia (-ìa)

haemophiliac, bleeder, hemophile, haemophile, hemophiliac n hemophilo (-mò-)

  • ~ , bleeder, hemophile, haemophile, hemophiliac n hemophilo

haemophilic, hemophile, haemophile, hemophilic adj hemophile

haemorrhage (hemorrhage) n hemorrhagia

  • ~ , hemorrhage n hemorrhagia
  • ~ , hemorrhage n hemorrhagia (-ìa)

haemorrhoid, hemorrhoid n hemorrhoide

hag (witch) n maga

  • n vetula repulsive

haggard adj discarnate

  • adj emaciate

haggle v negotiar cavillosemente

Hague (the ~) n Le Haga

  • [Geog] n Haga
  • n haga

hail [Meteorol] n grandine

  • [Meterol] v grandinar
  • n grandine
  • vi grandinar
  • vt salutar

hail-stone n petra de grandine

hail-storm n tempesta de grandine

hair (1. a single hair; 2. the hair of a person, animal) n pilo

  • (a single hair of the human head) n capillo
  • (head of hair) n capillatura
  • (head of) n capillatura
  • (split -s) v finder capillos in quatro
  • [Anat] n capillo
  • [Anat] n pilo
  • ~ , down n villo

hair-brush n brossa pro capillos

hair-cut n taliatura del capillos

hairdo n pectinatura

  • ~ -do n pectinatura

hair-dresser n perrucchero

  • ~ , coiffeur, barber, wigmaker n perrucchero

hair-dresser's (shop) n perruccheria

hair-dressing v mestiero del perrucchero

hair-dryer n siccacapillos

hairiness, pilosity n pilositate

  • ~ , villosity n villositate

hairless n calve

  • n sin capillos

hair-net n rete pro le capillos

hair-piece n toupet

hair-raising (making hair stand on end) adj horripilante

  • ~ -raising adj horripilante
  • ~ -raising adj horripilante (ppr of horripilar)

hairspring adj spiral

hair-style n pectinatura

hairy (covered with hair) adj capillute

  • adj hirsute
  • adj pilose
  • adj villute
  • ~ , pilose adj pilose
  • ~ , villous adj villose

Haiti [Geog] n Haiti

half (go halves) v ir a medietate

  • adj medie
  • ~ boot, high shoe n bottina
  • ~ medio adv medio
  • n medietate

half-a-dozen phr un medie dozena

half-alive adj semivive

half-and-half (coffee creamer) n crema e lacte

  • ~ -and-half phr medietate a medietate

half-an-hour phr un medie hora

half-asleep, semisomnous adj semisomne

half-back n mediano

half-baked (fig) adj medie complete

  • ~ -baked (fig) adj medie facite
  • ~ -baked (underdone) adj a medietate cocite

half-breed n mesticio

  • ~ -breed, mestizo n mesticio

half-brother n medie fratre

half-caste n mesticio

half-dead adj semimorte

half-hearted adj pauco enthusiastic

  • ~ -hearted adj tepide

half-mast (at ~) adv a medie mast

  • ~ -mast n medie mast

half-naked, seminude adj seminude

half-pint n medie pinta

half-price phr a medietate de precio

half-savage, semisavage adj semisalvage

  • ~ -savage, semisavage adj semisalvage (-aje)

half-shade, penumbra n penumbra

half-sister n medie soror

half-term n vacantias de medie trimestre

half-time n intervallo

  • ~ -time n pausa

halftone, semitone [Mus] n semitono

halfway n a medietate del cammino

halfwit n imbecille

half-year n semestre

half-yearly n semestral

halibut n halibut

hall (1. large and stately room; 2. lobby) n hall

  • (1. large and stately room; 2. lobby) n hall ¬A
  • (entrance) n vestibulo
  • (large room) n sala
  • ~ porter (in full regalia) [Eccl. etc] n switzo

hallelujah interj alleluia

  • ~ interj hallelujah
  • ~ interj laude a Jah
  • ~ interj laude a Jehovah

hallmark n punction de controlo

hallo interj hallo

hallow, sanctify v sanctificar

hallowed adj sanctificate

halloween n vigilia de omne mortos

  • n vigilia de omne mortos (sanctos)

halluciation n hallucination

hallucinate v hallucinar

hallucination n hallucination

hallucinatory adj hallucinatori

halo (aureole) n aureola

  • (nimbus) n nimbo
  • [Meterol] n halo
  • n metereol
  • ~ , aureole n aureola
  • ~ , aureole n aureola (-ré-)
  • ~ , invest with a halo v aureolar

haloed, invested with a halo adj aureolate

halo-like adj aureolar

halt (as order) interj halt!

  • (stop) n halto
  • (stop) vi stationar
  • [Mil] facer halto
  • [Rr] station facultative
  • vt arrestar
  • ~ , stop (cease to go on or move) v stationar
  • ~ , stop n halto

halter, muzzle (for animals) n capistro

halting adj hesitante

halve v divider in duo

Ham [Bib] n Cham

  • n gambon
  • ~ , gammon n gambon

hamate, hooked adj hamate

ham-burger n hamburger

hamirostrate [Zool] adj hamirostre

Hamite n chamita

Hamitic adj chamitic

hamlet, village n vico

hammer n martello

  • ~ out, hammer v mallear
  • v martellar
  • ~ , hammer out v mallear

hammerer n martellator

hammerhead (shark) n martello

hammer-home v sublinear per argumentos repetite

hammer-in v figer per colpos de martello

hammock n hamaca

hamper n paniero

  • v impedir
  • ~ , encumber, obstruct v incombrar

hamster [Zool] n hamster

  • [Zool] n hamster [G]
  • n hamster

hamulus [Anat/Zool] n hamulo

hand (1. hand of a person; 2. handwriting) n mano

  • (at ~) adv a mano
  • (of clock) n flecha
  • (on the other ~) phr del altere parte
  • n mano
  • v dar
  • v passar

hand-bag n sacco a mano

hand-book n manual

hand-brake n freno a mano

hand-cart n carretta de mano

handcuff, gas-mantle, channel, strait n manica

hand-cuffs n manicas de ferro, manillas

  • ~ -cuffs n manillas, manicas de ferro

hand-down v passar

  • ~ -down v transmitter

handful n manata

  • n pugnata

hand-grenade n granata de mano

handi-cap (drawback) n disavantage

  • ~ -cap (drawback) n handicap
  • ~ -cap (drawback) n impedimento
  • ~ -cap (sport) n handicap
  • [Horse Racing] n handicap
  • [Horse Racing] n handicap ¬A
  • ~ -cap v disavantagiar
  • ~ -cap v impedir

handi-capped adj invalide

handi-craft n mestiero

handiness, comfort, convenience n commoditate

handi-work n obra

hand-kerchief n pannello

  • ~ -kerchief n pannello (de naso)

handle (a tool) v manear

  • (a tool, instrument) v manear
  • (of a cup, jug, basket) n ansa
  • (of a hammer, broom, plow) n manico
  • (of cup, jug) n ansa
  • (of tool) n manico
  • (treat) v tractar

handle-bars n guida

handle-with-care interj/phr fragile!

handling (of a tool, instrument) n maneamento

hand-made adj facite a mano

hand-out v distribuer

hand-over v livrar

hand-pick (select by hand) v colliger a mano

  • ~ -pick v seliger con cura

hand-rail n barra protective

hand-round v passar de mano a mano

hand-shake n prisa de manos

hand-some (attractive) adj bel, belle

  • ~ -some (attractive) adj belle, bel
  • ~ -some (generous) adj generose

handwriting n scriptura

  • ~ , script, writing n scriptura

handy (convenient) adj commode

  • (convenient) adj maneabile
  • (skilful) adj habile
  • ~ , convenient, comfortable, suitable adj commode
  • ~ , convenient, comfortable, suitable adj commode (cò-)

hang (be suspended) v pender

  • (be suspended) v pender [pend-/pens-]
  • (capital punishment) v executar al furca
  • (suspend) vt suspender
  • (wallpaper) v attaccar
  • (wallpaper) v attachar
  • ~ up (on, to, onto) v appender
  • vi pender
  • ~ with a drapery, drape v drappar

hangar n hangar

  • n hangar ¬F

hang-back v hesitar

  • ~ -back v restar arretrate

hanger (coat) n portamantello

  • n portamantello

hanging, pendant pensile adj pensile

hang-man n carnifice

  • ~ , executioner n carnifice
  • ~ , executioner n carnifice (-nì-)

hang-on (be suspended from) v depender de

  • ~ -on (persist) v perseverar
  • ~ -on interj un momento!

hang-out v pender foras

hangover n sequelas de inebriation

  • ~ -over n sequelas de inebriation

hang-up (telephone) vi reponer le receptor

  • ~ -up vt appender
  • ~ -up vt suspender

hanker-after v desirar ardentemente

haphazard adj accidental

  • adj fortuite

happen (accidentally) v continger

  • (accidentally) v continger [-ting-/-tact-]
  • v evenir
  • ~ , befall v accider
  • ~ , come to pass v advenir
  • ~ , come to pass v advenir [-ven-/-vent-]
  • ~ , come to pass v evenir
  • ~ , come to pass v evenir [-ven-/-vent-]
  • ~ , supervene v supervenir

happening n evenimento

happiness n contento

  • n felicitate
  • ~ , felicity n felicitate

happy (make ~) v facer felice

  • adj contente
  • adj felice
  • ~ , blissful adj beate
  • ~ , fortunate adj felice

happy-go-lucky adj disinvolte

hara-kiri n harakiri

  • ~ -kiri n harakiri [J]

harangue, make a speech v orar

  • ~ , sermonize v sermonisar

harass v molestar

  • v persequer

harassment n molestation

  • n persecution

harbinger, precursor, forerunner n precursor

harbor (a grievance) v nutrir

  • (-bour) n porto
  • (give refuge) v dar refugio a
  • (port) n porto
  • (refuge) n asylo
  • (refuge) n refugio
  • ~ , port n porto

harbor-master n capitano de porto

hard (not easy) adj difficile

  • (not easy) adj penose
  • (not soft) adj dur
  • adv energicamente
  • adv multo
  • ~ cider, cider n cidra
  • ~ coal, anthracite n anthracite
  • ~ cover n coperta
  • ~ labor, hard labour phr travalio dur
  • ~ , strongly adv forte

hard-and-fast (decision) adj irrevocabile

  • ~ -and-fast (rule) adj rigide

hard-back n libro con copertura dur

hardboard n pannello de fiura de ligno

hard-boiled (egg) adj dur

  • ~ -boiled (person) adj sever

hard-currency n moneta forte

harden v indurar

  • v indurar (se)
  • ~ , indurate (make or become hard) v indurar

hard-headed adj dificile de diriger

  • ~ -headed adj dur de capite
  • ~ -headed adj practic
  • ~ -headed adj realista

hard-hearted adj dur de corde

  • ~ -hearted adj insensibile

hardihood, boldness n hardimento

  • ~ , boldness, daring n harditessa

hardly adv a pena

  • ~ , scarcely (a pena) adv apena
  • ~ , scarcely, barely adv vix

hardness (firmness) n duressa

  • (of character, climate) n rigor
  • (of character, climate) n severitate
  • (of task) n difficultate
  • n duressa

hardship n adversitate

  • n privation

hardware (computers) n hardware

  • (goods) n quincalia
  • ~ dealer n quincaliero
  • n quincalia
  • ~ store n quincalieria
  • ~ store n quincalieria (-ìa)

hardware-shop n quincalieria

hard-working adj assidue

  • ~ -working, operose adj operose

hardy (tough) adj forte

  • (tough) adj robuste
  • [Bot] adj resistente
  • ~ , bold, daring adj hardite
  • ~ , bold, daring adj hardite (pp of hardir)
  • ~ , hearty, vigorous adj galliarde

hare n lepore

  • ~ , leporine adj leporin

harebrained adj esturdite

  • adj esturdite (pp of esturdir)

harem, seraglio n harem

haricot n phaseolo

Harlequin n Arlequin

harlequinade n arlequinada

harm (damage) v damnificar

  • (do injury to) v facer mal a
  • (injure) v nocer a
  • (injury) n damno
  • (injury) n mal
  • (wrong) n torto
  • ~ , damage n damno
  • ~ , hurt v nocer
  • ~ , hurt v offender
  • ~ , hurt v offender [-fend-/-fens-]

harmagedon n harmagedon

harmful adj infeste

  • adj malefic
  • adj nocente
  • adj nocive
  • ~ , hurtful adj nocive
  • ~ , injurious adj damnose
  • ~ , malefic adj malefic
  • ~ , malefic adj malefic (-lé-)
  • ~ , maleficent adj malfaciente

harmfulness, injuriousness n damnositate

harmless adj innocente

  • adj innocue
  • ~ , innocuous adj innocue

harmlessness, innocuousness n innocentia

  • ~ , innocuousness n innocuitate

harmonic (pertaining to harmonies or harmony) [Mus] adj harmonie

  • adj harmonic

harmonica (1. glass harmonica; 2. instrument of glockenspiel type; 3. mouth organ) n harmonica

  • (mouthorgan) n harmonica

harmonics n harmonica

harmonious adj harmonie

  • adj harmoniose

harmonist (one skilled in harmony) n harmonista

harmonium, reed organ n harmonium

  • ~ , reed organ n harmonium ¬NL

harmonize (1. Mus]; 2. to bring into harmony or agreement; 3. to be in harmony or agreement) v harmonisar

  • (cause to agree) v accordar
  • v harmonisar
  • ~ , be consonant v consonar
  • ~ , coincide v congruer
  • ~ , sympathize (be in harmony as to disposition, qualities) v sympathisar

harmony n harmonia

  • n harmonia (-ìa)
  • ~ , congruity n congruitate

harness (1. body armor; 2. as in a horse's harness) n harnese

  • n harnese
  • v harnesar
  • ~ , put a harness on (a horse) v harnesar

harp (- on) v parlar constantemente de

  • [Mus] n harpa
  • n harpa

harpist n harpista

harpoon n harpon

  • v harponar

harpooner n harponero

harpooning (act of) n harponage

  • (act of) n harponage (-aje)

harpsichord, clavecin n clavicymbalo

  • ~ , clavecin n clavicymbalo (-cìm-)

Harpy [Mythol] n harpyia

  • [Mythol] n harpyia (-ìya)

harrow [Agr] v hirpicar

  • n hirpice
  • n hirpice (hìrpice)
  • v hirpicar

harrowing adj angustiante

  • n hirpicage

harsh (of sound) adj stridente

  • (of to character) adj sever
  • (rough) adj aspere
  • (rough) adj dur
  • ~ , rough adj aspere
  • ~ , rough adj aspere (à-)

harshness (of character) n severitate

  • (roughness) n asperitate
  • ~ , asperity, roughness n asperitate

harvest grapes v vindemiar

  • n recolta
  • v recoltar
  • ~ , crop (s) n messe
  • ~ , crop (s) n recolta
  • ~ , reap, gather in v recoltar

hashish n hachich

  • n hachich (hashìsh)

haste n haste

  • ~ , hurry n haste

hasten v hastar

  • v hastar (se)
  • ~ , hurry v hastar

hastily adv hastivemente

hasty adj hastive

hat n cappello

  • ~ shop n cappelleria
  • ~ shop n cappelleria (-ìa)

hatch (door) n trappa

  • (of birds) n covata
  • ~ eggs (-) phr covar
  • v covar
  • ~ , trap door n trappa

hatchet n hachetta

  • n hachetta (-sh-)

hate n odio

  • v detestar
  • v odiar
  • ~ , hatred n odio

hateful adj odiose

  • ~ , odious adj odiose

hatred n odio

  • ~ , hate n odio

hatter n cappellero

haughtiness, arrogance n superbia

haughty adj arrogante

  • adj superbe

haul n pisca

  • n retata
  • v tirar
  • v trainar
  • ~ , catch (of fishes) n pisca

haulage n transporto

haulage-contractor n interprenditor de transportos

haunch n hanca

haunt v frequentar

haunted (house) adj infestate per demones

  • (house) adj infestate per demones (spiritos)
  • (look) adj obsessionate

haustorium [Bot] n haustorio

Havana n Havana

  • ~ , from Havana adj havanese

have (1. to own, possess; 2. Grammatical function: auxiliary, forming the perfect tenses) v haber

  • (cause to be done) v facer
  • (possess) v posseder
  • ~ a craving for, crave v appeter
  • ~ a fever, be feverish v febricitar
  • ~ a presentiment v presentir
  • ~ an inclination, tend (towards something) v propender
  • ~ an inclination, tend (towards something) v propender [-pend-/-pens-]
  • ~ in (one's) pay v soldar
  • ~ knowledge of, know v saper
  • ~ lunch, have dinner, lunch, dine (take the midday meal) v prander
  • ~ one's location, be somewhere v ubicar
  • ~ patience, be patient v patientar
  • ~ recourse, resort v recurrer
  • ~ recourse, resort v recurrer [-curr-/-curs-]
  • ~ reference to, be related to v referer
  • ~ reference to, be related to v referer [-fer-/-lat-]
  • ~ reference, advert (to) v adverter
  • ~ reference, advert (to) v adverter [-vert-/-vers-]
  • ~ supper, have dinner, sup, dine (take the evening meal) v cenar
  • ~ supper, sup v soupar
  • ~ the custom of (doing) v soler
  • ~ to, be supposed to (must, shall, ought) v deber
  • ~ under control, keep under control, check, verify, control v controlar
  • v haber

haver (chat) v confabular

  • (chatter) vi balbutiar, garrular
  • (chatter) vi garrular, balbutiar
  • (gossip, murmur) v murmurar

haver-sack n sacco de dorso

have-to v deber

  • ~ -to v deber (+ inf.)
  • ~ -to v haber a

having oars, oared adj remate

  • ~ several stems, multicauline [Bot] adj multicaule
  • ~ several stems, multicauline [Bot] adj multicaule (-càu-)
  • ~ two foci, bifocal adj bifocal

havoc n devastation, ruina

  • n ruina, devastation

Hawaii n Hawai

  • n Hawai (-à-i)
  • n hawaii

Hawaiian adj hawaian

  • adj hawaiian

Hawaiian-Islands [Geog] n Insulas Hawaiian

hawk (hunt with a hawk or falcon) v falconar

  • n falcon

hawker n venditor ambulante

hawthorn n spino blanc

hay (make) v fenar

  • ~ fever, pollinosis [Med] n pollinosis
  • ~ fever, pollinosis [Med] n pollinosis (-òsis)
  • n feno

hayfever n febre del feno

haying, hay-making n fenation

hayloft n fenil

hay-making, haying n fenation

haystack n pila de feno

haywire (amok) adj/adv amok

  • (confused) adj disordinate
  • (confused) adj in disordine
  • (crazy) adj folle
  • (go ~) v currer amok
  • (go ~) v devenir folle

hazard (1. risk, peril; 2. chance) n hasardo

  • n hasardo
  • n periculo
  • n risco
  • v riscar
  • ~ , peril, risk n risco
  • ~ , risk v hasardar

hazardous adj riscose

  • ~ , risky adj hasardate
  • ~ , risky adj hasardate (pp of hasardar)
  • ~ , risky adj hasardose

haze n nebula

  • ~ , fog, mist n nebula
  • ~ , fog, mist n nebula (né-)

hazel (tree) n avellaniero

  • adj avellaniero

hazelnut n avellana

  • ~ , filbert n avellana

hazy (confused) adj confuse

  • (misty) adj nebulose

he pron el

  • ~ pron ille
  • ~ pron pers il
  • ~ who or that which raises or removes n levator

head (1. head of a person or animal) n testa

  • (1. head of a person or animal; 2. chief, leader) n capite
  • (1. head of a person or animal; 2. chief, leader) n capite (cà-)
  • (at the - of) adv al testa de
  • (chief) n chef
  • (lose one's ~) v perder le testa
  • (of an organization, firm) n chef
  • (of an organization, firm) n chef ¬F
  • adj principal
  • n capite
  • n testa
  • v conducer
  • v diriger

head-ache n mal de capite

head-for v diriger se verso

heading n testa, titulo

  • n titulo, testa

headland, cape [Geog] n capo

headlight (as in headlight of an automobile) n pharo

  • ~ -light n pharo

head-line n titulo

head-long adj precipitate

  • ~ -long adv precipitemente

head-master n director de schola

head-mistress n directrice de schola

  • ~ -mistress, directress n directrice

head-off v interceptar

head-on adj/adv de fronte

  • ~ -on adj/adv frontal

head-out vi partir

head-phone n receptor de testa

head-quarters (centre) n centro

  • ~ -quarters n [Mil]

head-set n receptor de testa

headstall [Harness] n testiera

head-strong adj obstinate

head-way n progresso

heal vi cicatrisar

  • vt sanar
  • ~ , cicatrize v cicatrisar

healing, cicatrization n cicatrisation

  • ~ , curative adj curative
  • ~ , curative adj sanative
  • ~ , cure n curation

health (good) n sanitate

  • (state of) n valetude
  • n salubritate
  • n salute
  • n sanitate

healthy (1. in good health; 2. healthful, wholesome) adj san

  • (of person) adj san
  • (of place) adj salubre
  • ~ , vigorous, flourishing adj vegete
  • ~ , vigorous, flourishing adj vegete (vé-)

heap n cumulo

  • ~ or pile up, cumulate v cumular
  • ~ up v accumular
  • ~ up, pile v pilar
  • v cumular
  • ~ , pile n cumulo
  • ~ , pile n cumulo (cù-)

heaping or piling up, accumulation n accumulamento

  • ~ up, cumulation n cumulation

hear (learn) v apprender

  • (perceive by the ear) v audir
  • (use the ears) v audir
  • ~ about v haber notitias de
  • ~ out v ascoltar patientemente
  • ~ out v prestar attention

hearer, listener, auditor n auditor

hearing (act) n audita, audition

  • (act) n audition, audita
  • (audience) n audientia
  • (sense) n audito
  • ~ , listening n ascolta
  • ~ , sense of hearing n audito

hearing-aid n apparato acustic

  • ~ -aid n apparato de correction auditive

hearsay n rumores

hearse n carro funebre

heart (by ~) adv de memoria

  • (courage) n corage
  • ~ attack n attacco cardiac
  • n corde

heartbeat n pulsation del corde

heartbroken adj desolate

heartburn, cardialgia [Pathol] n cardialgia

  • ~ , cardialgia [Pathol] n cardialgia (-ìa)

heartfelt adj sincer

hearth money (tax laid on hearths) n focage

  • ~ money (tax laid on hearths) n focage (-aje)
  • n focar

heartily adv cordialmente

  • adv vigorosemente

heartless adj cruel

  • adj impietose
  • adj insensibile

heart-shaped, cordiform adj cordiforme

hearty adj cordial

  • adj vigorose
  • ~ feed n ventrata
  • ~ , vigorous, hardy adj galliarde

heat (fervour) n ardor

  • (hotness) n calor
  • n calor
  • v calefacer
  • ~ , fervor, be in a state of agitation v ferver
  • ~ , warm v calefacer
  • ~ , warm v calefacer [-fac-/-fact-]

heated (hot) adj calorose

  • adj passionate

heater n calefactor

  • n estufa
  • ~ , calefactor n calefactor

heath n landa

heathen adj pagan

  • n pagano
  • ~ , pagan adj pagan
  • ~ , pagan n pagano

heathenism, paganism n paganismo

heather n erica

heating (central ~) n calefaction central

  • ~ installation (central) n calorifero
  • ~ installation (central) n calorifero (-ìfero)
  • n calefaction
  • ~ , calefaction n calefaction

heat-wave n unda de calor

heave (rise and fail) v respirar

  • (throw) v jectar
  • n effortio
  • n sublevamento

heaven n celo

  • n paradiso

heavenly, celestial adj celeste

  • ~ , celestial adj celestial

heaviness, ponderosity, weightiness n ponderositate

heavy (of rain) adj forte

  • (of sleep) adj profunde
  • (weighty) adj pesante
  • adj grave
  • adj pesante
  • adj pesante (ppr of pesar)
  • ~ hydrogen, deuterium [Phys/Chem] n deuterium
  • ~ hydrogen, deuterium [Phys/Chem] n deuterium (-té-)
  • n weight peso pesante
  • ~ , ponderous, weighty adj ponderose

Hebraic adj hebraic

  • adj hebraic (-àic)

Hebraism (1. Hebrew idiom; 2. Hebrew character, characteristics, institutions) n hebraismo (-ìzmo)

  • (1. Hebrew idiom; 2. Hebrew character, characteristics, institutions) n hebraismo

Hebraist (student of Hebrew language and culture) n hebraista

  • (student of Hebrew language and culture) n hebraista (-ìsta)

Hebraize v hebraisar

Hebrew (Israelite, Jew) n hebreo

  • (Israelite, Jew) n hebreo (-éo)
  • (language) n hebreo
  • (language) n hebreo (-éo)
  • adj hebraic
  • adj hebree
  • adj hebree
  • adj hebree (-ée)
  • n hebreo

heckle v interpellar

  • v interrumper

hectare n hectar

hectic adj febril

hectogram n hectogramma

hectograph n hectographo

  • n hectographo (-ò-)
  • v hectographar

hectographic adj hectographic

hectoliter n hectolitro

  • n hectolitro (-ò-)

hedge n haga

  • n sepe
  • vi evitar de dar un responsa directe
  • vt circumferer con un sepe

hedgehog n ericio

-hedra (seat, base) occurring in compounds] n -hedra

heed n attention

  • v prestar attention a

heel n calce

  • n talon

hefty adj solide

  • ~ fellow, jolly chap, blade n galliardo

he-goat n capro

height (altitude) n altitude

  • (condition of being high) n celsitude
  • (peak) n culmine
  • (stature) n talia
  • n altitude
  • ~ , stature n talia

heighten (colors) v avivar

  • v intensificar

heightening (colors) (action of) n avivamento

heinous adj atroce

heir n herede

  • n hereditario

heir-loom n reliquia de familia

heliac, heliacal [Astron] adj heliac

  • ~ , heliacal [Astron] adj heliac (-ìac)

helianthus, sunflower [Bot] n heliantho

helicoid, spiral helicoide adj helicoide

helicoidal adj helicoidal

helicon (large circular tuba) Mus] n helicon

helicopter n helicoptero

  • n helicoptero (-còp-)

heliocentric [Astron] adj heliocentric

heliogravure n heliogravure

Helios (god of the sun) [Gr. relig] n Helios

  • (god of the sun) [Gr. relig] n Helios (hé-)

heliostat n heliostato

  • n heliostato (-ò-)

heliostatic adj heliostatic

heliotrope [Bot] n heliotropio

heliotropic (turning toward the sun) adj heliotrope

  • (turning toward the sun) adj heliotrope (-ò-)

heliotropism n heliotropismo

heliotype n heliotypo

  • n heliotypo (-ò-)

heliotypy n heliotypia

  • n heliotypia (-ìa)

helium [Chem] n helium

  • [Chem] n helium (hé-)
  • n helium

helix (1. spiral line; 2. [Geom]; 3. [Anat] (rim of the ear) n helice

  • (1. spiral line; 2. [Geom]; 3. [Anat] (rim of the ear) n helice (hé-)
  • (genus including snails) [Zool] n helice (hé-)
  • (genus including snails) Z[ool] n helice

hell [Bib] n gehenna

  • n hades, sheol
  • n inferno
  • n sheol, hades
  • ~ , inferno n inferno

Hellas n Hellade

  • n Hellade (hél-)

Hellen [Gr. Mythol] [founder of the Greek race] n Hellen

Hellenic adj hellenic

Hellenism (1. Greek phrase or idiom; 2. Greek civilisation) n hellenismo

  • ~ , Grecism (1. Grecian quality; 2. Greek idiom) n grecismo

Hellenist (student of Greck language) n hellenista

Hellenistic, Hellenistical adj hellenistic

Hellenization n hellenisation

Hellenize (1. to study, use Greek language; 2. to give Greek form or character to) v hellenisar

  • ~ , Grecize v grecisar

hellish adj diabolic

  • adj infernal

hello (call attention) interj holla!

  • (express surprise) interj eheu!
  • (express surprise) interj vide!
  • (interj) [Greet] Hallo
  • (on meeting) interj salute
  • (on the telephone) interj hallo
  • n hallo

helm [Naut] n timon

  • n timon

helmet n casco

helminth, intestinal worm n helminthe

helminthiasis [Pathol] n helminthiasis

  • [Pathol] n helminthiasis (-àsis)

helminthic (1. pertaining to worms; 2. anthelminthic, vermifuge) adj helminthic

  • ~ , anthelminthic, vermifuge n helminthico

helminthologic, helminthological adj helminthologic

helminthologist n helminthologo

  • n helminthologo (-tò-)

helminthology n helminthologia

  • n helminthologia (-ìa)

helmsman n timonero

help (aid) n adjuta

  • (aid) v adjutar
  • (succour) n succurso
  • (succour) v succurrer
  • ~ , aid n adjuta
  • ~ , aid n auxilio
  • ~ , aid v adjutar
  • ~ , aid v adjuvar
  • ~ , aid v adjuvar [-juv-/-jut-]
  • ~ , aid v auxiliar
  • ~ , aid v juvar
  • ~ , aid v juvar [juv-/jut-]
  • ~ , assist v assister
  • ~ , helper n adjutor
  • ~ , succor n succurso
  • ~ , succor v succurrer
  • ~ , succor v succurrer [-curr-/-curs-]
  • ~ , support n suffragio
  • ~ , support v suffragar

helper adj adjutante

  • n auxiliator
  • ~ , assistant n adjutante
  • ~ , help n adjutor

helpful (of person) adj servicial

  • (thing) adj avantagiose
  • (thing) adj utile
  • ~ , adjuvant adj adjuvante
  • ~ , adjuvant adj adjuvante (ppr of adjuvar)

helpless adj impotente

  • adj inope
  • adj inope (ìn-)

helplessness n inopia

Helvetia [Hist] n Helvetia

Helvetian adj helvetie

  • n helvetio

Helvetic adj helvetic

hem [Sewing] n orlo

  • [Sewing] v orlar
  • n orlo
  • v orlar
  • ~ -, hemo-, hemat-, hemato- (blood) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n hem- [-ma/-mat-]
  • ~ -, hemo-, hemat-, hemato- (blood) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n hem-

hematic, haematic adj hematic

hematite, haematite [Mineral] n hematite

hematosis, haematosis [Physiol] n hematosis

  • ~ , haematosis [Physiol] n hematosis (-òsis)

hemer-, hemero- (day) occurring in compounds] n hemer-

Hemerocallis, day lily [Bot] n hemerocallide

hemicycle n hemicyclo

hemiplegia [Pathol] n hemiplegia

hemiplegic [Pathol] adj hemiplegic

hemiprism [Cryst] n hemiprisma

  • [Cryst] n hemiprisma [-ma/-mat-]

hemiprismatic [Cryst] adj hemiprismatic

hemipteron [Zool] n hemiptero

  • [Zool] n hemiptero (-mì-)

hemipterous [Zool] adj hemiptere

hemisphere n hemispherio

hemispherical, hemispheric adj hemispheric

hemistich n hemistichio

hemitrope, hemitropic [Cryst] adj hemitrope

  • ~ , hemitropic [Cryst] adj hemitrope (-ì-)

hemitropy [Cryst] n hemitropia

  • [Cryst] n hemitropia (-ìa)

hemlock (1. Bot] (Cicuta; 2. poisonous drink of hemlock) n cicuta

hemoglobin, haemoglobin [Biochem] n hemoglobina

hemophile, haemophile, hemophiliac, haemophiliac, bleeder n hemophilo

  • ~ , haemophile, hemophiliac, haemophiliac, bleeder n hemophilo (-mò-)
  • ~ , haemophile, hemophilic, haemophilic adj hemophile

hemophilia, haemophilia n hemophilia

  • ~ , haemophilia n hemophilia (-ìa)

hemophiliac, haemophiliac, bleeder, hemophile, haemophile n hemophilo (-mò-)

  • ~ , haemophiliac, bleeder, hemophile, haemophile n hemophilo

hemophilic, haemophilic, hemophile, haemophile adj hemophile

hemorrhage, haemorrhage n hemorrhagia

  • ~ , haemorrhage n hemorrhagia (-ìa)

hemorrhoid, haemorrhoid n hemorrhoide

hemorrhoids (piles) n hemorrhoides

hemostasis, hemostasia (arrest of a hemorrhage) [Med] n hemostase

  • ~ , hemostasia (arrest of a hemorrhage) [Med] n hemostase (-ò-)

hemostat [Surg] n hemostato

  • [Surg] n hemostato (-mò-)

hemostatic (serving to arrest a hemorrhage) adj hemostatic

hemp field n cannabiera

  • ~ grower n cannabero
  • n cannabe
  • n cannabe (cà-)
  • n cannabis

hen n gallina

hence (from here) adv de hic

  • (therefore) adv in consequentia
  • ~ , henceforth (1. from this place; 2. from this time; 3. from this reason) adv hinc

hence-forth adv ab ora

  • ~ -forth adv de nunc in futuro
  • ~ , hence (1. from this place; 2. from this time; 3. from this reason) adv hinc
  • ~ , hereafter adv preterea
  • ~ , hereafter adv preterea (-tér-)

hence-forward (henceforth) adv ab ora

  • ~ -forward (henceforth) adv de nunc in futuro

henchman n satellite

henna n henna

hepatalgia [Med] n hepatalgia

  • [Med] n hepatalgia (-ìa)

hepatalgic [Med] adj hepatalgic

hepatic [Anat] adj hepatic

hepatica [Bot] n hepatica

hepatitis [Pathol] n hepatitis

  • [Pathol] n hepatitis (-ìtis)

hepatization [Pathol] n hepatisation

hepatize [Pathol] v hepatisar

hepatology n hepatologia

  • n hepatologia (-ìa)

hepta- (seven) [occurring in compounds] adj hepta-

heptagon n heptagono

heptagonal adj heptagon

  • adj heptagonal

heptahedral [Math] adj heptahedre

heptahedron [Math] n heptahedro

heptameter n heptametro

  • n heptametro (-à-)

heptarchy n heptarchia

  • n heptarchia (-ìa)

her (after preposition) pron illa

  • (after verb) pron la
  • (as in of her, with her) pron pers ella
  • (as in of her, with her) pron pers illa
  • adj su

herald (forerunner) n precursor

  • (proclaimer) n heraldo
  • n heraldo
  • v annunciar
  • v proclamar

heraldic adj heraldic

heraldry (science or art of) n blason

  • (science treating of blazoning, genealogies) n heraldica
  • n heraldica

herb n herba

herbaceous (pertaining to, or having the characteristics of, an herb) adj herbacee

herbage, herbs n herbage

  • ~ , herbs n herbage (-aje)

herbal adj herbal

herbalist, herborist n herborista

herbarium, herbary n herbario

herbary, herbarium n herbario

herbivorous [Zool] adj herbivore

herborist (collector of herbs) n herborisator

  • ~ , herbalist n herborista

herborization n herborisation

herbose, grassy adj herbose

herbs, herbage n herbage

  • ~ , herbage n herbage (-aje)

Herculean, herculean adj herculee

Hercules [Mythol] n Hercules

  • [Mythol] n Hercules (hér-)

herd n grege

  • vt gregar
  • ~ , drove, flock n grege

herdman (herdsman) n pastor

here adv ci

  • adv hic
  • ~ and there, scattered, at random, in different places, passim adv passim
  • ~ and there, scattered, at random, in different places, passim adv passim (pàs-)
  • ~ , this way, on this side adv hac

hereafter adv/n in futuro

  • ~ , henceforth adv preterea
  • ~ , henceforth adv preterea (-tér-)

here-and-there phr hic e ibi

here-are interj/phr ecce

hereditary adj hereditari

heredity [Biol] n hereditate

  • n hereditate

here-is interj/phr ecce

heresiarch n heresiarcha

heresy n heresia

  • n heresia (-ìa)

heretic n heretico

heretical, heretic adj heretic

herewith adv hic-juncto

heritage n hereditage

  • ~ , inheritance n hereditage
  • ~ , inheritance n hereditage (-aje)

hermaphrodite, hermaphroditic adj hermaphrodite

hermaphroditism n hermaphroditismo

Hermaphroditus [Mythol] n Hermaphrodito

Hermes [Gr. Relig] n Hermes

  • [Gr. Relig] n Hermes (hér-)
  • ~ Trismegistus n Hermes Trismegisto
  • ~ Trismegistus n Hermes Trismegisto (hér-)

hermetic (1. as in hermetic science; 2. hermetically sealed) adj hermetic

hermit n eremita

hermitage (hermit's abode) n eremiteria

  • (hermit's abode) n eremiteria (-ìa)
  • (secluded place, abode) n eremitage
  • (secluded place, abode) n eremitage (-aje)

hermit's (as in a hermit's life) adj eremitic

hero (brave person) n heroe

  • (principa actor) n protagonista
  • n heroe
  • n heroe (-òe)

Herod n Herode

Herodian adj herodian

Herodias n Herodiade

  • n Herodiade (-ì-)

heroic (al) adj heroic

  • (al) adj heroic (-òic)
  • adj heroic

heroicness, heroism n heroicitafe

heroin n heroina

heroine n heroina

  • n heroina (-ìna)

heroism n heroismo

  • n heroismo (-ìzmo)
  • ~ , heroicness n heroicitafe

heroize (raise to the rank of hero) v heroificar

heron n hairon

herpes [Pathol] n herpete

herpetic adj herpetic

herpetiform [Pathol] adj herpetiforme

  • [Zool] adj herpetiforme

herpetism [Pathol] n herpetismo

herpeto- (reptile) occurring in compounds] n herpeto-

herpetology (study of herpes) n herpetologia

  • (study of herpes) n herpetologia (-ìa)
  • (study of reptiles) n herpetologia
  • (study of reptiles) n herpetologia (-ìa)

herring n haringo

hers pron le sue, le sues

herself (object) pron se

  • (subject) pron ipse
  • (subject) pron mesme
  • (subject) pron mesme (se ~)

hesitant adj hesitante

  • adj irresolute
  • ~ , hesitating adj hesitante
  • ~ , hesitating adj hesitante (ppr of hesitar)

hesitate v hesitar

hesitation n hesitation

heteratomic [Chem] adj heteratomic

hetero-, heter- (other, different) occurring in compounds] adj heter-

heteroclite (1. [Gram]; 2. irregular, anamalous thing or person) n heteroclito

  • (1. [Gram]; 2. irregular, anamalous thing or person) n heteroclito (-ò-)
  • (1. [Gram]; 2. irregular, anamalous) adj heteroclite (-ò-)
  • (1. [Gram]; 2. irregular, anamalous) adj heteroclite

heterodox adj heterodoxe

heterodoxy n heterodoxia

  • n heterodoxia (-ìa)

heterodyne [Radio] adj heterodyne

  • [Radio] adj heterodyne (-ò-)

heterogamous adj heterogame

  • adj heterogame (-ò-)

heterogamy n heterogamia

  • n heterogamia (-ìa)

heterogeneity n heterogeneitate

heterogeneous adj heterogenee

  • ~ , heterogene adj heterogene

heteropterous [Entom] adj heteroptere

heterosexual adj heterosexual

  • ~ adj/n heterosexual

hex, evil eye, spell n fascino

  • ~ , evil eye, spell n fascino (fà-)

hexachord (variety of musical instrument having six strings) n hexachordio

  • [Medieval Mus] n hexachordo

hexadecimal [Math/Comp] hexadecimal

hexagon n hexagono

  • n hexagono (-à-)

hexagonal adj hexagon

  • adj hexagonal

hexahedral [Math] adj hexahedre

hexahedron [Math] n hexahedro

hexameter n hexametro

  • n hexametro (-àmetro)
  • ~ , hexametric adj hexametre
  • ~ , hexametric adj hexametre (-àmetre)

hexapod adj hexapode

  • adj hexapode (-àpode)
  • n hexapodo
  • n hexapodo (-àpodo)

hi (greet) n salute

  • (hello) n hallo

hiatus (1. lacuna; 2. [Gram/Pros]) n hiato

  • n hiato

hibernal, winter adj hibernal

hibernate v hibernar

hibernation n hibernation

hiccough, singultus, hiccup n singulto

hiccup n singulto

  • v singultar
  • ~ , hiccough, singultus n singulto

hidalgo n hidalgo

  • n hidalgo ¬H

hide n pelle

  • v celar
  • v celar (se)
  • ~ , conceal, keep secret v celar

hideous adj horrende

  • adj horribile

hiding (beating) n fustigation

  • (concealment) n celemento
  • adj celate

hiding-place n loco de celamento

hier-, hiero- (sacred, holy) [occurring in compounds] adj hier-

hierarch n hierarcha

hierarchic adj hierarchic

hierarchy n hierarchia

  • n hierarchia (-ìa)

hieratic adj hieratic

hierodule [Gr. Relig] n hierodulo

  • [Gr. Relig] n hierodulo (-ùlo)

hieroglyphic adj hieroglyphic

  • ~ , hieroglyph n hieroglyphico

hierology n hierologia

  • n hierologia (-ìa)

hieromancy n hieromantia

  • n hieromantia (-ìa)

hierophant n hierophanta

high (as in ten stories high) adj celse

  • (elevated) adj alte
  • (elevated) adj elevate
  • (important) adj importante
  • (on ~) adv alto
  • (on ~) adv alto (in ~)
  • (two meters ~) adv alte de duo metros
  • adj alte
  • ~ boot, boot n botta
  • n alto
  • ~ shoe, half boot n bottina
  • ~ , lofty adj elevate
  • ~ , lofty adj elevate (pp of elevar)
  • ~ , lofty adj eminente

high-born, of noble lineage adj generose

highbrow adj intellectual

High-Church, Anglo-Catholic [Eccl] adj anglocatholic

High-churchman, Anglo-Catholic [Eccl] n anglocatholico

higher, upper adj supere

  • ~ , upper adj superior

highest bidder, purchaser (at an auction) n adjudicatario

  • ~ , maximal, greatest adj maxime
  • ~ , maximal, greatest adj maxime (màx-)
  • ~ , topmost adj summe

high-fidelity adj de alte fidelitate

high-frequency adj de alte frequentia

high-grade adj de qualitate superior

high-handed adj arbitrari

  • ~ -handed adj tyrannic

highlands n region montuose

highlight n aspecto notabile

  • n mumento culminante
  • v dar emphase a

highly adv multo

highness (your ~) n vostre altessa

  • n altessa
  • n altessa

highpitched adj acute

high-school, preparatory-school adj collegian

high-sounding, altisonant adj altisonante

  • ~ -sounding, altisonant adj altisone

high-spirited adj plen de ardor

high-street n via principal

high-tide n marea alte

highway (auto) n autostrata

  • n strata
  • ~ , street, road (paved) n strata

hijack v piratar

  • v sequestrar

hijacker n pirata

hike n excursion a pede

  • v facer un excursion a pede

hiker n excursionista

  • n excursionista (a pede)

hilarious adj allegre

  • adj hilare

hilarity, cheer, cheerfulness (good) n hilaritate

hill n colle

  • n collina
  • ~ , monticule (small mountain) n monticulo

hillock n collinetta

hill-side (flanco de) n collina

hill-top n culmioe del collina

hilly adj collinose

  • adj montuose

him (after preposition) pron ille

  • (after verb) pron le
  • (as in with him, with it, for him, for it) pron pers il
  • (il) (after prep) pron el
  • ~ dem adj ille
  • ~ pron li (def art the li

himself (object) pron se

  • (subject) pron ipse
  • (subject) pron mesme
  • ~ rel pron se

hind (female deer) n cervo femine

  • (female of the red deer) n cerva
  • adj posterior
  • ~ side foremost adj prepostere

hinder adj posterior

  • v impedir
  • ~ , hold back, retard v remorar
  • ~ , impede v impedir
  • ~ , keep, hold, detain, withhold v retener
  • ~ , keep, hold, detain, withhold v retener [-ten-/-tent-]

hind-leg n gamba posterior

hindrance n impedimento

  • n obstaculo
  • ~ , complication n trica
  • ~ , drag n remora
  • ~ , drag n remora (ré-)
  • ~ , impediment n impedimento

hind-sight n sagessa retrospective

hindu adj/n hindu

  • ~ , Indian n indiano

Hinduism n hinduismo

Hindustan n Hindustan

  • n Hindustan [Persian]

Hindustani n hindustani

  • n hindustani [Hind]

hinge n cardine

hint (remark) n allusion indirecte

  • (remark) n insinuation
  • (trace) n sapor intention

hinterland n hinterland

  • n hinterland [G]

hip n coxa

  • ~ , of the hip adj coxal

hipp-, hippo- (horse) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n hippo-

hippiatric adj hippiatric

hippiatrist (horse doctor) n hippiatro

hippiatry (study, work of a horse doctor) n hippiatria

  • (study, work of a horse doctor) n hippiatria (-ìa)

hippic (of horses, horsemanship) adj hippic

hippocampus, sea horse (1. Mythol.; 2. Zool]) n hippocampo

hippocentaur (horse centaur, as opposed to fish centaur) n hippocentauro

Hippocrates n Hippocrate

  • n Hippocrate (-ò-)

Hippocratic (of Hippocrates) adj hippocratic

Hippocratism n hippocratismo

hippodrome (course for horse races) n hippodromo

  • (course for horse races) n hippodromo (-pò)

hippogriff, hippogryph [Mythol] n hippogrypho

hippogryph, hippogriff [Mythol] n hippogrypho

hippolith [Pathol] n hippolitho

  • [Pathol] n hippolitho (-ò-)

hippologist n hippologo

  • n hippologo (-pò-)

hippology n hippologia

  • n hippologia (-ìa)

hippophageous (eating horse meat) adj hippophage

  • (eating horse meat) adj hippophage (-pò-)

hippophagist n hippophago

  • n hippophago (-pò-)

hippophagy n hippophagia

  • n hippophagia (-ìa)

hippopotamus n hippopotamo

  • n hippopotamo (-pòtamo)

hire (for ~) prep. phr a locar

  • (staff) v ingagiar
  • (things) v locar
  • ~ fee n location
  • n location

hired worker n mercenario

hirer n locator

hirsute adj hirsute

his poss pron le sue, le sues

  • ~ pron su

Hispanic adj hispanic

Hispanicism (Spanish idiom) n hispanismo

Hispanist (student of Spanish language and culture) n hispanista

Hispano-American, Spanish American adj hispanoamerican

Hispano-Moresque (pertaining to the period of Moorish rule in Spain) [Art, Arch] adj hispanomauresc

hiss n sibilo

  • v sibilar
  • ~ , hissing n sibilo
  • ~ , hissing n sibilo (sì-)
  • ~ , sibilate v sibilar

histo-, hist- (web) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n histo-

histogenous adj histogene

histogeny n histogenia

  • n histogenia (-ìa)

histographer n histographo

  • n histographo (-òqrapho)

histography n histographia

  • n histographia (-ìa)

histoid [Med] adj histoide

histological adj histologic

histologist n histologista

  • n histologo
  • n histologo (-tò-)

histology n histologia

  • n histologia (-ìa)

histonomy n histonomia

  • n histonomia (-ìa)

historian n historico

historic adj historic

historical (- society) n societate historical

  • adj historical
  • ~ , historic adj historic

historically adv historicamente

historicity n historicitate

historiographer n historiographo

  • n historiographo (-ò-)

historiographic adj historiographic

historiography n historiographia

  • n historiographia (-ìa)

history n historia

hit (a target) v attinger

  • (blow) n colpo
  • (smack) n frappamento
  • (smack) n frappo
  • (smack) v frappar
  • (strike) v colpar
  • (success) n successo
  • ~ back v defender se
  • ~ out v lanciar grande colpos
  • ~ , strike v colpar
  • ~ , strike v ferir
  • ~ , strike v percuter
  • ~ , strike v percuter [-cut-/-cuss-]

hitch n difficultate

  • v attaccar

hitch-hike v autostoppar

  • ~ -hike v facer le autostop

hitch-hiking n autostop

hither adj huc

  • adv citerior

hitherto (of place) adv huc usque

  • (of time) adv adhuc
  • ~ , as yet, until now, so far, yet, still, this place, thus far adv adhuc

hive n apiario

hoard (money) v thesaurisar

  • (of treasure) n thesauro
  • (pile) n accumulation
  • v accumular
  • v amassar

hoarder (of money) n thesaurisator

hoarding (billboard) n grande tabula publicitari

  • (round a building-site) n palissada de construction

hoarfrost, frost n pruina

  • ~ , frost n pruina (-ìna)

hoarse adj rauc

  • ~ , raucous adj rauc

hoarseness n raucitate

  • ~ , huskiness n inraucamento
  • ~ , raucousness n raucitate

hoax n mystification

  • v mystifica
  • ~ , mystification n mystification
  • ~ , mystify v mystificar

hoaxer, mystifier n mystificator

hobble v claudicar

hobby n hobby

  • n passatempore

hock n vino blanc del rheno

hockey n hockey

ho-dog n hotdog

hodograph n hodographo

  • n hodographo (-dò-)

hodometer, odometer n hodometro

  • ~ , odometer n hodometro (-ò-)

hodometric, odometric adj hodometric

hodometry, odometry n hodometria

  • ~ , odometry n hodometria (-ìa)

hoe (clear of weeds with a hoe) v sarcular

  • n sarculo
  • v sarcular

hog (eat) v devorar

  • (monopolize) v monopolisar
  • n porco
  • ~ , pig n porco

hoist n montacargas

  • v hissar
  • v sublevar
  • ~ , lift (lifting apparatus) n montacargas
  • ~ , lift (lifting apparatus) n montacargas (-càr-)

hol-, holo- (whole, entire) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj hol-

holarctic (entirely or exclusively arctic) adj holarctic

hold (contain) v continer

  • (grip) n prisa
  • (have, own) v detener
  • (have, own) v detener [-ten-/-tent-]
  • (keep) v tener
  • (occupy) v occupar
  • (of meetings) v tener
  • (ship's) n cala
  • (something) v tener
  • (something) v tener [ten-/tent-;-tin-/-tent-]
  • (think) v mantener, opinar
  • (think) v opinar, mantener
  • ~ a dissident view, dissent v dissider
  • ~ back, retard, hinder v remorar
  • ~ back, withhold, conceal (information required by law) v subnegar
  • ~ cheap, despise, vilipend v vilipender
  • ~ in esteem, esteem v estimar
  • ~ the bank [Cards] v taliar
  • ~ the first place, be first v primar
  • ~ , contain v caper
  • ~ , contain v caper [cap-/capt-;-cip-/-cept-]
  • ~ , detain, withhold, hinder, keep v retener
  • ~ , detain, withhold, hinder, keep v retener [-ten-/-tent-]
  • ~ , grasp (action of seizing, taking hold of, etc) n prisa

hold-all n sacco de viage

hold-back v retener

  • ~ -back v retener (se)

holder (of rights, titles) n detentor

  • (of titles, shares) n detentor
  • (person) n possessor
  • (thing) n porta -
  • (thing) n recipiente

hold-in v frenar

  • ~ -in v reprimer

holding, possession (of a thing) n detention

hold-off v tener a distantia

hold-on v persister

  • ~ -on v tener firme

hold-out vi durar

  • ~ -out vt extender

hold-up (as a crime) v robar

  • ~ -up (criminal) v attacco armate
  • ~ -up (show) v monstrar
  • ~ -up (traffic ~) v interruption
  • ~ -up (traffic ~) v obstruction
  • ~ -up (traffic) v interrumper
  • ~ -up (traffic) v obstruer

hole (cavity) n cavo

  • (perforation) n foramine
  • ~ , aperture n foramine
  • ~ , hollow, cavity n cavo

holiday (be on ~) v feriar

  • (vacation) n ferias
  • (vacation) n vacationes
  • n die feriate

holiday-maker n feriante

holiness n sanctitate

  • ~ , sanctity, sacredness n sanctitate

holism [Philos] n holismo

Holland [Geog] n Hollanda

  • [Geog] n Nederlandia
  • ~ , the Netherlands n Hollanda

hollow (beat ~) v vincer completemente

  • (not solid) adj cave
  • adj cave
  • n cavo
  • ~ of the knee n garretto
  • ~ out, cave v cavar
  • ~ , bed;, housing n incastratura
  • ~ , cavity, hole n cavo

hollow-out v excavar

holly n ilice

  • n ilice (ì-)

holograph n holographo

  • n holographo (-lò-)
  • ~ , holographic adj holographe
  • ~ , holographic adj holographe (-lò-)

holophrasis n holophrase

  • n holophrase (-lò-)

holophrastic adj holophrastic

holster n pistoliera

holy adj sancte

  • ~ , sacred adj sacrate
  • ~ , sacred adj sacrate (pp of sacrar)
  • ~ , sacred adj sacre
  • ~ , saintly, saint adj sancte

homage (1. [Feudal Law]; 2. dutiful respect or honor shown) n homage

  • (1. [Feudal Law]; 2. dutiful respect or honor shown) n homage (-aje)
  • n homage

homal-, homalo- [occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj homal-

homalographic, homolographic adj homalographic

homalography [Anat] n homalographia

  • [Anat] n homalographia (-ìa)

homaloidal, flat, even [Math] adj homaloide

home (as in my home is my castle) n home

  • (as in my home is my castle) n home ¬A
  • (at ~) prep. phr a casa
  • (go ~) v ir a casa
  • (of a house) adj domestic
  • (of defence) n focar
  • (of trade) n interior
  • (sentimentally) n focar
  • ~ coming n al focar
  • ~ coming n retorno al casa
  • ~ rule n home rule
  • ~ rule n home rule ¬A

homeland n patria

homeliness, ugliness n feditate

homely, ugly adj fede

homemade adj facite in casa

homeo- (like, similar) [occurring in compounds] adj home-

homeopath n homeopatho

  • n homeopatho (-òpato)

homeopathic adj homeopathic

homeopathy n homeopathia

  • n homeopathia (-ìa)

homepage n [Comp]

Homeric adj homeric

Homerid n homeride

homesick adj nostalgic

homesickness n mal del pais

  • n nostalgia
  • n nostalgia patriotic
  • ~ , nostalgia n nostalgia
  • ~ , nostalgia n nostalgia (-ìa)

homework n deberes

homicidal adj homicidal

homicide (act of killing a human being) n homicidio

  • (act) n homicidio
  • (manslayer) n homicida
  • (person) n homicida

hominal, pertaining to man adj hominal

hominiform, anthropoid adj hominiforme

homo-, hom- (same) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj hom-

homocentric adj homocentric

homochromous, homochrome adj homochrome

homoeomerous (1. consisting of similar parts; 2. [Bot]) adj homeomere

homogamous adj homogame

  • adj homogame (-mò-)

homogamy n homogamia

  • n homogamia (-ìa)

homogene (homogeneous) adj homogene

homogeneity n homogeneitate

homogeneous (homogene) adj homogenee

homograph [Gram] n homographo

homologous adj homologe

homolographic (homalographic) adj homalographic

homology n homologia

homomorphism n homomorphismo

homomorphous adj homomorphe

homomorphy n homomorphia

homonym (homophone) n homonymo

homonymous (having the quality of a homonym or homonyms) adj homonyme

homonymy n homonymia

homophone (homonym) n homonymo

  • [Gram] n homophono

homophonous (1. [Mus]; 2. Gram]) adj homophone

homopterous [Entom] adj homoptere

homosexual adj/n homosexual

homosexuality n homosexualitate

Honduras [Geog] n Honduras

honest (upright, truthful) adj honeste

  • adj honeste
  • ~ , upright adj probe

honestly adv honestemente

honesty (uprightness, truthfulness) n honestate

  • (uprightness, truthfulness) n honestitate
  • n honestate

honey dealer n mellero

  • ~ making n mellification
  • n melle
  • ~ , honeyed adj mellate
  • ~ , make honey v mellar

honey-bee n apicula

honeycolored adj mellate

honeycomb n favo

  • ~ -comb n favo

honeycombed, pitted, alveolate adj alveolate

honeyed, honeylike adj mellose

honey-moon n luna de melle

honey-suckle n caprifolio

  • ~ , woodbine n caprifolio

Hong-Kong [Geog] n Hong Kong

honor (1. to respect greatly; 2. to confer an honor upon; 3. [Commer]) v honorar

  • n honor
  • ~ , fete (by festive observances) v festar
  • ~ , honour n honor
  • ~ , honour v honorar
  • ~ , reverence, worship v coler
  • ~ , reverence, worship v coler [col-/cult-]

honorable adj honorabile

honorableness n honorabilitate

honorarium, fee n honorario

honorary (honoured) adj honorari

  • (unpaid) adj non remunerate
  • adj honorari

honorific adj honorific

hood (coiflike headdress for women) n cappellina

  • (cover with a hood) v incappuciar
  • (headgear) n cappucio
  • (of car, Brit) n cappotta
  • (on a robe or mantle) Clothing] n cappucio
  • [Amer] n copertura del motor

hoodlum n gangster

hoodwink v deciper

  • v dupar

hoof (of an animal) n ungula

  • (of an animal) n ungula (ùngula)
  • n ungula

hook (as in wall hook, hook and eye) n uncino

  • (by - or by crook) prep. phr a omne costo
  • (by - or by crook) prep. phr per un manlera o un altere
  • (fishing) n hamo
  • n croc
  • n uncino
  • v prender al hamo
  • ~ , barb n unco
  • ~ , crook n croc
  • ~ , fishhook n hamo

hooked (as in hooked cross) adj gammate

  • ~ , hamate adj hamate

hook-shaped, unciform n unciforme

hooligan n scelerato juvene

hooliganism n conducta irrationalmente destructive

hoop n anello

  • n circulo de ferro

hoot (motoring) v sonar le klaxon

  • (of horn) n colpo de klaxon
  • (of owl) n ululation
  • (of owl) v ulular
  • (theat) v critar in disapprobation

hop (jump) n salto

  • [Bot] n lupulo
  • v saltar

hope (for) v sperar

  • n sperantia
  • n spero
  • v sperar

hopeful (full of hope) adj sperantiose

  • adj plen de sperantia

hopeless (situation) adj impossibile

  • (useless) adj inutile
  • (without hope) adj desperate
  • (without hope) adj sin sperantia
  • [Med] adj irremediabile

hopelessness, despair n desperantia

hoplite [Gr. Antiq] n hoplita

hoplo-, hopl- (weapon) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n hoplo-

horary [Astron] adj horari

horde n horda

hordeaceous [Bot] adj hordeacee

hordein [Chem] n hordeina

  • [Chem] n hordeina (-ìna)

horizon (on the ~) phr al horizonte

  • n horizonte

horizontal adj horizontal

  • n horizontal

horizontally adv horizontalmente

hormone n hormone

horn (1. horn of cattle, sheep, goats; 2. material of which horns are composed; 3. [Entom] (feeler, antenna; 4. [Mus]) n corno

  • (1. to furnish with horns; 2. to gore with the horns) v cornar
  • (musical) n trompa
  • (of animal) n corno
  • (of car) n klaxon
  • ~ , trumpet n trompa

horned adj cornute

horny adj cornee

horoscope n horoscopo

  • n horoscopo (-rò-)

horrendous (frightful) adj horrende

  • ~ , frightful adj horrende

horrible adj horribile

horribleness n horribilitate

horrible-sounding, horrisonant adj horrisone

horrid (horrendous) adj horrende

  • (horrible) adj horribile
  • (horrible) adj horride
  • (nasty) adj disagradablle
  • adj horride

horridness n horriditate

horrific adj horrific

horrify v horrificar

horripilation, goose flesh n horripilation

horrisonant, horrible-sounding adj horrisone

horror n horror

hors d'oeuvre n hors-d'oeuvre

  • ~ d'oeuvre n hors-d'oeuvre ¬F

hors-d'oeuvre n hors d'oeuvre

horse (equus caballus) n equo

  • n cavallo

horseback (ride on ~) v montar a cavallo

  • adv a cavallo

horsehair n crin

horseman n cavallero

  • ~ -man n cavallero

horsepower n cavallo-vapor

  • ~ -power n cavallo-vapor

horse-racing n le cursas

horse-radish n armoracia

  • ~ -radish n kren

horse-shoe n ferro de cavallo

horse-show n concurso hippic

hortative adj hortative

horticultural adj horticultural

horticulture n horticultura

horticulturist n horticultor

hose (flexibile tube for conveying water) n manica

  • n calcea
  • n manica

hose-down v lavar con manica

hosiery n calcetteria

  • n calcetteria (-ìa)

hospice (1. as in the hospice of St. Bernard; 2. home for the poor or sick) n hospicio

  • ~ care n tractamento al hospicio
  • n hospicio

hospitable adj amical

  • adj hospital
  • ~ hospital adj hospital

hospital (as in hospital train) adj hospitalari

  • n hospital

Hospitaler n hospitalero

hospitality n hospitalitate

hospitalize v hospitalisar

host (at an inn) n tavernero

  • (at party) n hospite
  • (at party) n hoste
  • (crowd) n multitude
  • ~ , army n hoste
  • ~ , hostess (one who entertains a guest or guests) n hospite
  • ~ , hostess (one who entertains a guest or guests) n hospite (hòs-)

hostage n hostage

  • n hostage (-aje), ostage (-aje)
  • n hostage, ostage
  • n ostage
  • n ostage (-aje), hostage (-aje)
  • n ostage, hostage

hostel (youth ~) n albergo de juventute

  • n hostello

hostess n hostessa

hostile adj hostil

  • adj infeste
  • adj inimic

hostility n hostilitate

hot (be - , of people) v haber calor

  • (be - , of weather) v facer calor
  • adj calide
  • adj calorose
  • ~ , warm adj calde

hotbed (fig) n foco de corruption

  • [Bot] n seminario callide

hot-blooded adj ardente

  • ~ -blooded adj passionate

hotdog n panetto reimplite de salsicia

hotel n hotel

  • n hotel ¬F

hotelier n hotelero

  • n hotelier

hotelkeeper n hotelier

  • n hotelier ¬F

hot-headed adj fanatic

  • ~ -headed adj impetuose

hot-house n conservatorio calide

  • n estufa

hot-plate n calefaceplattos

hot-tempered adj irascibile

hot-water (- bottle) n bottilia de aqua calide

  • ~ -water (in ~) adv in problemas
  • ~ -water n aqua calide

hound n can de chassa

  • v perseque

hour n hora

hourglass, sandglass n sabliero

hourly adj de cata hora

  • adj horari
  • adv cata hora

house (dynasty) n dynastia

  • (embed) v incastrar
  • (home) n casa
  • (home) n domo
  • (people) v albergar
  • (people) v allogiar
  • (store) v immagazinar
  • n domo
  • ~ , embed, fix in v incastrar

house-boat n casa flottante

house-breaker n effractor

  • ~ , burglar n effractor

house-breaking n effraction

  • ~ , breaking in n effraction

house-hold n familia

  • ~ -hold n menage
  • ~ , ménage n menage ¬F

housekeeper, steward n economo

  • ~ , steward n economo (-cò-)

house-keeping n economia domestic

  • ~ -keeping n governamento del casa

house-maid n domestica

house-of-commons n camera del communes

house-of-lords n camera del lords

house-of-representatives n camera del representantes

house-proud adj orgoliose del proprie casa

house-wife n matre de famiglia

  • ~ -wife n matre de menage
  • ~ -wife n menagera

house-work n travalios domestic

housing (dwellings) n casas

  • (estate) n colonia residential
  • (provision of dwellings) n allogiamento
  • ~ , hollow, bed; n incastratura

hover v aeroglissar

  • v esser suspendite
  • v flottar in le aere
  • v planar

hovercraft n aeroglissator a cossino de aere

how adv como

  • ~ conj como
  • ~ many adj quot
  • ~ many times, how often adv quotiens(quò-)
  • ~ many, how much adj quante
  • ~ much, how many adj quante
  • ~ often, how many times adv quotiens(quò-)
  • ~ , as, than, in what manner adv/conj quam
  • ~ , in order that, to the end that, just as, as adv ut
  • ~ , in what manner adv quomodo
  • ~ , in what manner adv quomodo (quò-)
  • ~ , wherefore, why adv quid

how-are- you? phr como sta vos?

however (nevertheless) conj nonobstante

  • (nevertheless) conj tamen
  • (nevertheless) conj totevia
  • (no matter which way) adv comocunque

howl n ululation

  • v lamentar se, ulular
  • v ulular, lamentar se
  • ~ , ululate v ulular

howler (one who howls) n ululator

howling, ululation n ululation

how-long adj quante tempore

how-many adj quante

how-much adj quante

  • ~ -much adv quanto

how-old-is-he? phr quante annos ha ille?

hub (fig) n centro

  • (of a wheel) n modiolo
  • (of a wheel) n modiolo (-dì-)
  • n modiolo

huddle n gruppo

  • v serrar
  • v serrar (se)

hue n tinta

  • ~ , color [Pharm] (tincture) n tinctura
  • ~ , tint, dye n tincto
  • ~ , tint, shade n tinta

huff (be in a ~) v offender se

  • (be in a ~) v star in cholera
  • n cholera

hug n imbraciamento

  • v imbraciar

huge adj enorme

  • adj gigantic
  • adj immense
  • adj vaste

Huguenot n huguenot

Huguenotism n huguenotismo

hulk n carcassa de nave

hull (of ship) n corpore

  • (shell) n scalia
  • v scaliar
  • ~ , shell, husk v scaliar

hullo (hello) n hallo

  • (surprise or inquiry) interj heu!

hum (a tune) v cantar a bucca clause

  • (buzz) v susurrar
  • n susurro
  • ~ , murmur n rumor
  • ~ , rustle, murmur, buzz n susurro

human adj human

  • n esser human, humano
  • n humano, esser human

humane adj human

humanism n humanismo

humanist n humanista

humanistic adj humanistic

humanitarian adj humanitari

  • n humanitario

humanitarianism n humandarismo

humanity (1. human nature; 2. mankind; 3. humaneness) n humanitate

  • n humanitate

humanization n humanisation

humanize v humanisar

human-nature n natura human

humble (1. showing humility; 2. as in of humble origin) adj humile

  • adj humile
  • v humiliar
  • ~ ; 2. to humiliate v humiliar

humbler, humiliator n humiliator

humdrum n banal

  • n monotone
  • n sin interesse

humeral adj humeral

humerus [Anat] n humero

  • [Anat] n humero (hù-)

humid adj humide

humidify v humidificar

humiliate v humiliar

humiliation n humiliation

humiliator, humbler n humiliator

humility n humililate

  • n humilitate

hummer, murmurer, whisperer n susurrator

humming buzzing, booming n bombo

humor (1. animal fluid; 2. mental disposition, temperament; 3. as in sense of humor) n humor

  • ~ , humour (in good ~) adv de bon humor
  • ~ , humour n humor
  • ~ , humour v complacer
  • ~ , please v complacer

humoral [Med] adj humoral

  • [Med] adj humorose

humorism (1. sense of humor; 2. [Med] (humoralism) n humorismo

humorist (1. humorous author; 2. [Med] (humoralist) n humorista

  • n humorista

humoristic, humorous adj humorose

humorous adj humoristic

  • adj humorose
  • ~ , humoristic adj humorose
  • ~ , jocular, witty adj facete
  • ~ , jocular, witty adj facetiose

hump n gibbo

  • ~ , hunch n gibbo

humped, gibbous, hunched adj gibbose

humus [Agr] n humus

  • [Agr] n humus [L]

Hun n Hunno

hunch n presentimento

  • n suspicion
  • ~ , hump n gibbo

hunch-back n gibboso

hunched, humped, gibbous adj gibbose

hundred n cento

hundredfold, centuplicate adj centuplicate

  • ~ , centuplicate adj centuplicate (pp of centuplicar)

hundredth adj centesime

  • adj centesime (-ésime)
  • n centeslmo

Hungarian (language) n hungaro

  • (language) n hungaro (hùng-)
  • (native of Hungary) n hungaro
  • (native of Hungary) n hungaro (hùng-)
  • adj hungare
  • adj hungare
  • n hungaro

Hungary [Geog] n Hungaria

  • n Hungaria

hunger n fame

  • v haber fame

hunger-strike n exopero del fame

hungry (be ~) v haber fame

  • adj famelic

Hunnic adj hunnic

hunt (hunting party) n partita de chassatores

  • (pursuit) n persecution
  • (sport) n chassa
  • (sport) n veneria
  • v chassar
  • ~ , chase v chassar
  • ~ , chase v chassar (sh-)
  • ~ , chase v venar
  • ~ , chase, hunting n veneria
  • ~ , chase, hunting n veneria (-ìa)

hunt-down v persequer

hunter n chassator

  • n venator
  • ~ , huntsman n chassator
  • ~ , huntsman n chassator (sh-)
  • ~ , huntsman n venator

hunter's, hunting adj venatori

hunting (action of) n venation

  • adj cynegetic
  • adj venatori
  • n chassa
  • n veneria
  • ~ , chase n chassa
  • ~ , chase n chassa (sh-)
  • ~ , hunt, chase n veneria
  • ~ , hunt, chase n veneria (-ìa)
  • ~ , hunter's adj venatori

hunting-case watch n saponetta

hunt-out v cercar

hunts-man n chassator

  • ~ , hunter n chassator
  • ~ , hunter n chassator (sh-)
  • ~ , hunter n venator

hurdle n barriera

  • n obstaculo

hurl v jectar

  • ~ , fling v lancear
  • ~ , throw, cast v jacular

hurling, flinging (action of) n lanceamento

hurrah interj hurrah!

  • n hurrah
  • n hurrah ¬A

hurricane n huracan

hurry (- up) v accelerar

  • (- up) v accelerar (se)
  • n haste
  • n pressa
  • v hastar
  • v hastar (se)
  • ~ , haste n haste
  • ~ , hasten v hastar

hurry-away v partir in haste

hurt (cause pain) vt facer mal a

  • (harm) v nocer a
  • (harm) v offender
  • (injury) n ferimento
  • (injury) n ferita
  • (my head -s) v le capite me dole
  • (wound) v ferir
  • (wound) v vulnerar
  • n damno
  • n mal
  • vi doler
  • ~ , be aching v doler
  • ~ , harm v nocer
  • ~ , harm v offender
  • ~ , harm v offender [-fend-/-fens-]
  • ~ , injured adj lese

hurtful, harmful adj nocive

  • ~ , noxious adj nocue

husband n marito

  • n sponso
  • n sposo

hush n silentio

  • vi tacer
  • vt silentiar

husk n scalia

  • v scaliar
  • ~ , glume [Bot] n gluma
  • ~ , hull, shell v scaliar

huskiness, hoarseness n inraucamento

husking, scaling n scaliage

  • ~ , scaling n scaliage (-aje)

husky (of voice) adj rauc

  • (tough) adj robuste
  • (tough) adj solide
  • n can eschimese

hussar [Mil] n hussar

hustle (hurry) v hastar

  • (hurry) v hastar (se)
  • (push) v pulsar
  • n haste

hut n barraca

  • n cabana
  • ~ , cabin n cabana

hutch n coniliera

hyacinth (- colored) adj de color de hyacintho

  • (- colored) adj hyacinthine
  • (1. [Bot]; 2. [Mineral]) n hyacintho
  • n hyacintho

hyacinthine adj hyacinthin

  • adj hyacinthine
  • n hyacinthina

hybrid adj/n hybrida

  • n hybrida
  • n hybrida (hì-)

hybridism n hybridismo

hybridization, crossbreeding n hybridation

hybridize, cross v hybridar

hydr-, hydro- (water) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n hydr-

Hydra (1. [Gr. Mythol]; 2. [Astron]) n Hydra

hydracid [Chem] n hydracido

  • [Chem] n hydracido (-à-)

hydrangea n hortensia

  • n hydrangea
  • n hydrangea (-gé-)

hydrant n hydrante

hydrate n hydrato

  • v hydratar

hydration n hydratation

hydraulic adj hydraulic

hydraulics n hydraulica

hydric adj hydric

hydride n hydrido

hydrocele [Med] n hydrocele

  • [Med] n hydrocele (-cé-)

hydrocephalous, hydrocephalic [Med] adj hydrocephale

hydrocephalus [Med] n hydrocephalo

  • [Med] n hydrocephalo (-cé-)
  • ~ , hydrocephaly [Med] n hydrocephalia
  • ~ , hydrocephaly [Med] n hydrocephalia (-ìa)

hydrochlorate n chlorhydrato

hydrochloric adj chlorhydric

hydrocyanic [Chem] adj cyanhydric

  • [Chem] adj hydrocyanic

hydrodynamic adj hydrodynamic

hydrodynamics n hydrodynamica

hydroelectric adj hydroelectric

  • ~ -electric adj hydroelectric

hydrogen n hydrogeno

  • n hydrogeno (-ò-)

hydrogenate v hydrogenar

hydrogen-bomb n bomba al hydrogeno

hydrographer n hydrographo

  • n hydrographo (-ò-)

hydrographical adj hydrographic

hydrography n hydrographia

  • n hydrographia (-ìa)

hydrolysis n hydrolyse

  • n hydrolyse (-ò-)

hydrolytic adj hydrolytic

hydrometer n hydrometer(-ò-)

hydropathic adj hydropathic

hydropathy n hydropathia

  • n hydropathia (-ìa)

hydrophobia [Pathol] n hydrophobia

  • [Pathol] n hydrophobia (-ìa)

hydroplane (gliding motorboat) n hydroplano

  • ~ , seaplane n hydroaeroplano

hydrostatic adj hydrostatic

hydrostatics n hydrostatica

hydrotherapeutic adj hydrotherapeutic

  • adj hydrotherapeutic (-péu-)

hydrotherapy, hydrotherapeutics n hydrotherapia

  • ~ , hydrotherapeutics n hydrotherapia (-ìa)

hydroxide n hydroxydo

  • n hydroxydo (-ò-)

hyena [Zool] n hyena

  • n hyena

hygiene n hygiene

  • n hygiene (-éne)

hygienic adj hygienic

hygienist n hygienista

hygr-, hygro (wet) occurring in compounds] adj hygr-

hygrograph n hygrographo

  • n hygrographo (-ò-)

hygrometer n hygro-metro

  • n hygro-metro (-ò-)

hygroscope n hygroscopio

hygroscopic adj hygroscopic

Hymen [Mythol] n Hymene

  • [Mythol] n Hymeneo
  • [Mythol] n Hymeneo (-éo)
  • n hymene

hymenium [Bot] n hymenio

hymenopterous [Entom] adj hymenoptere

hymn n hymno

  • ~ , canticle n cantico

hymnal, hymnary n hymnario

hymnbook n hymnario

hymnographer n hymnographo

  • n hymnographo (-ò-)

hymnography n hymnographia

  • n hymnographia (-ìa)

hymnologic adj hymnologic

hymnologist n hymnologo

  • n hymnologo (-nò-)

hymnology n hymnologia

  • n hymnologia (-ìa)

hyperbola [Math] n hyperbola

  • [Math] n hyperbola (-pér-)

hyperbole [Rhet] n hyperbola

  • [Rhet] n hyperbola (-pér-)

hyperbolic [Rhet. Math] adj hyperbolic

hyperboloid n hyperboloide

hypercritic n hypercritico

hypercritical adj hypercritic

hypercriticism n hypercritica

hypertension n hypertension

hypertrophic adj hypertrophic

hypertrophy (affect with hypertrophy) v hypertrophiar

  • n hypertrophia
  • n hypertrophia (-ìa)

hyphen n tracto de union

hyphenate v scriber con le tracto de union

hypnagogic (1. inducing sleep; 2. pertaining to the transition between waking consciousness and sleep) adj hypnagogic

hypno-, hypn- (sleep) [occurring in compounds] n hypno-

hypnologic, hypnological adj hypnologic

hypnologist n hypnologo

  • n hypnologo (-nò-)

hypnology n hypnologia

  • n hypnologia (-ìa)

hypnophobia [Pathol] n hypnophobia

  • [Pathol] n hypnophobia (-ìa)

hypnosis (hypnotic state) n hypnose

  • n hypnose

hypnotherapy n hypnotherapia

  • n hypnotherapia (-ìa)

hypnotic (1. soporific; 2. pertaining to hypnotism) adj hypnotic

  • (soporific drug) n hypnotico

hypnotism n hypnotismo

hypnotist n hypnotista

hypnotization n hypnotisation

hypnotize v hypnotisar

  • v hypnotisar

hypnotizer n hypnotisator

hypochlorite n hypochlorito

hypochlorous adj hypochlorose

hypochondria [Med] n hypochondria

  • [Med] n hypochondria (-ìa)
  • n hypochondria

hypochondriac (1. pertaining to the hypochondrium; 2. pertaining to hypochondria) adj hypochondriac (-ìac)

  • (1. pertaining to the hypochondrium; 2. pertaining to hypochondria) adj hypochondriac
  • (one suffering with hypochondria) n hypochondriaco (-ìaco)
  • (one suffering with hypochondria) n hypochondriaco
  • adj hypochondriac
  • n hypochondriaco

hypochondrium [Anat] n hypochondrio

hypocrisy n hypocrisia

  • n hypocrisia (-ìa)

hypocrite n hypocrita

  • n hypocrita (-ò-)
  • ~ , pharisee n phariseo
  • ~ , pharisee n phariseo (-éo)

hypocritical adj hypocrita

  • ~ , pharisaical, pharisaic adj pharisaic
  • ~ , pharisaical, pharisaic adj pharisaic (-àic)

hypodermic (as in hypodermic injection) adj hypodermatic

  • adj hypodermatic

hypogeal, subterranean, hypogeous adj hypogee

  • ~ , subterranean, hypogeous adj hypogee (-gée)

hypogeous, hypogeal, subterranean adj hypogee

  • ~ , hypogeal, subterranean adj hypogee (-gée)

hypogeum (underground chamber) [Anc. Arch] n hypogeo

  • (underground chamber) [Anc. Arch] n hypogeo (-géo)

hypophosphate n hypophosphato

hypophosphite n hypophosphito

hypophosphoric adj hypophosphoric

hypophosphorous adj hypophosphorose

hyposcenium [Antiq] n hyposcenio

hyposulphate [Chem] n hyposulfato

hyposulphite n hyposulfito

hyposulphurous adj hyposulfurose

hypotenuse [Geom] n hypotenusa

hypothecary adj hypothecari

hypothesis n hypothese

  • n hypothese (-òtese)

hypothetical adj hypothetic

  • ~ , hypothetic adj hypothetic

hypothetically adv hypothericamente

hysterectomy n hysterectomia

hysteria n hysteria

  • n hysteria (-ìa)

hysterical adj hysteric

  • ~ , hysteric adj hysteric

hysterically adv hystericamente

hysterics (in ~) adv in hysteria

  • n attacco de hysteria