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1. hū̆militẹ̄ n.

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(a) The virtue of humility; -- also personified; (b) humble behavior or conduct; with al (most) humilite, with greatest humbleness, very humbly.

2. hostilment n.

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A utensil, implement, piece of furniture or equipment; utensils, equipment, furnishings, household goods; -- usually pl. or coll.

3. hǒure n.

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(a) A time of day appointed for prayer, one of the seven canonical hours; (b) canoun houre, houre of the canoun, canonical hour; even-song(es houre, houre of even-song, time of evensong; heigh houre

4. hōst(e n.(3)

Additional spellings: hoste
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A place of lodging and entertainment, dwelling place, lodging; hostel, inn; also in surname; at host, lodged; holden in host, to give (sb.) lodging and entertainment; kepen host, keep an inn.

5. honǒur n.

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(a) The action of honoring or paying respect to someone; an act, a gesture, or a ceremony displaying reverence or esteem; worship; haven (holden) in honour, haven with honour, to show honor or respect…

6. hūmectāte adj.

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Wet, moistened.

7. eder(a n.

Additional spellings: edera
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(a) Ivy; (b) a miraculous vine.

8. hūmecten v.

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Med. (a) To moisten (sth.), wet; (b) to produce moisture in bodily tissues.

9. hūmid(e adj.

Additional spellings: humide
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(a) Of air: moist, damp; (b) of parts of the body: having the natural quality of moistness; (c) of disease: caused by excessive moisture; humid scab, humid spasme; (d) isope humid, a kind of ointment…

10. hū̆merus n.

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Anat. The shoulder.

11. bisīful adj.

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Elaborate, ornate.

12. hostelrīe n.

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(a) An inn; holden an hostelrie, to keep an inn; (b) the guest house of a monastery; (c) in surname.

13. habī̆t n.

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(a) Clothing; also, characteristic attire; clothing and habit; also fig.; (b) a garment; habit of werres, an article of martial clothing or armor; (c) the characteristic attire of members of a…

14. hūmain(e adj.

Additional spellings: humaine
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Human; nature humain; humain linage, mankind; humain pilgrimage, Guillaume de Deguileville's Pèlerinage de Vie Humaine.

15. hū̆milien v.

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To humble (oneself).

16. hō̆stāǧen v.

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To lodge (sb.); ppl. hostaged, lodged.

17. hostelen v.

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(a) To provide lodging for (sb.); ppl. hosteled, lodged; (b) to take lodging (in a place), stay as a guest, lodge.

18. heritāǧen v.

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(a) To give (something) for a spiritual heritage; (b) to come into possession of (something); to receive or possess as one's portion.

19. hoist n.

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(a) A sacrificial victim or offering; (b) the Eucharistic wafer.

20. hostē̆l n.

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Lodging, accommodation, entertainment; at hostel, lodged, housed; bon (god) hostel, good accommodation or entertainment; haven hostel, to receive lodging and entertainment, be put up; holden hostel