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heterogeneous.adjective
relating to two or more phases; incongruous; foreign; dissimilar; miscellaneous; completely different
heterogeneously.adverb
heterogeneousness.noun

hominid.noun.and.adjective
any member of the family Hominidae, including man and his supposed fossil ancestors

hominoid.noun
any of a superfamily (Hominoidea) of primates including recent hominids, gibbons, and pongids together with extinct ancestral and related forms (as of the genera Proconsul and Dryopithecus)

Homo habilis.noun
homo is Greek for 'alike' and 'man'
habilis able; skillful; handy; clever

Homo erectus.noun
homo is Greek for 'alike' and 'man'
erectus to sit up. Pithecanthropus was an extinct primate.postulated from bones found in Java (an island of Indonesia separated from Borneo by the Java Sea) in 1891 and originally designated Pithecanthropus erectus because it was thought to represent a species evolutionarily between apes and human beings. Pithecanthropus is now classified as Homo erectus.

homogeneous.adjective
relating to only one phase

hormone.noun
hormone means, made in one organ, goes into the blood and has an effect on another organ system; a chemical substance formed in some organ of the body, as the adrenal glands, the pituitary, etc., and carried to another organ or tissue, where it has a specific effect

hemisphere.noun
specifically - the northern (the half of the earth that lies north of the equator) or southern half of the earth divided by the equator, or the eastern (the half of the earth east of the Atlantic Ocean including Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa) or western half divided by a meridian; a half of the celestial sphere divided into two halves by the horizon, the celestial equator, or the ecliptic; half of a spherical or roughly spherical body (as a planet)
hemispheric or hemispherical.adjectives

hence.adverb
from this time; after now

hibernate, hibernated, hibernating, hibernates.intransitive verbs
to spend the winter in a dormant or torpid state; to be in an inactive or dormant state or period
hibernation, hibernator.nouns

hoax.noun
a trick; fraud
hoax.transitive verb
to deceive with a fraud 
synonym.cheat

hubris.noun
exaggerated.pride or self confidence 
hubristic.adjective

haphazard.noun
made without regard for consequences or relevancy; mere chance; accident; fortuity; random

hodgepodge.noun
a mixture of dissimilar ingredients; a jumble; mishmash; a heterogeneous mixture

helium.noun
helium, a byproduct of radioactive decay, is a very light inert colorless gas, slightly heavier than hydrogen; a helium particle is identical to the nucleus of an alpha particle

histology.noun
the branch of biology concerned with with the microscopic study of the structure of tissues 
histological, histoid.adjectives
like the surrounding or mormal tissue

histolysis.noun
the breaking down and dissolution of organic tissue

hotbed.noun
an environment conducive to vigorous growth or development, especially of something undesirable

husbandry.noun
the act or practice of cultivating crops and breeding and raising livestock; agriculture; application of scientific principles to agriculture, especially to animal breeding; careful management or conservation of resources; economy

husbandman.noun
one whose occupation is husbandry; a farmer

huff.noun
a fit of anger or annoyance; a pique.(stormed off in a huff)
huff, huffed, huffing, huffs.verbs
intransitive verb use.to puff; blow; to make noisy, empty threats; bluster to react indignantly; take offense
transitive verb use.to cause to puff up; inflate; to treat with insolence; bully; to anger; annoy

hallmark.noun
a mark indicating quality or excellence; a conspicuous feature or characteristic; a mark used in England to stamp gold and silver articles that meet established standards of purity
hallmark, hallmarked, hallmarking, hallmarks.transitive verbs
to stamp (gold and silver articles) with a mark indicating purity

hazy, hazier, haziest.adjectives
marked by the presence of haze; misty (hazy sunshine); not clearly defined; unclear or vague.(I'm a bit hazy on mathematics)
hazily.adverb
haziness.noun

hoarse, hoarser, hoarsest.adjectives
rough or grating in sound; having or characterized by a husky, grating voice (yelled ourselves hoarse)
hoarsely.adverb
hoarseness.noun

hazard.noun
a danger
hazard, hazarded, hazarding, hazards.transitive verbs
to expose to danger or harm; endanger

hazardous.adjective
marked by danger; perilous; risky
hazardously.adverb
hazardousness.noun

haggle, haggled, haggling, haggles.verbs
intransitive verb use.to bargain, as over the price of something; dicker; to argue in an attempt to come to terms
transitive verb use.to cut (something) in a crude, unskillful manner; hack
haggle.noun
an instance of bargaining or arguing
haggler.noun

Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich 1770-1831. German philosopher who proposed that truth is reached by a continuing dialectic; his major works include Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences (1817) and The Philosophy of Right (1821)

Hindi.noun
a group of vernacular.Indic.dialects spoken in northern India; the literary and official language of northern India that is based on these dialects which language is written in Devanagari and uses Sanskrit as a resource language
Hindi.adjective
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