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Hercules in Greek and Roman mythology, a semigod, son of Zeus and Alcmene, that was exceptionally strong; Herakles. [3 definitions]
herd any group of domestic or wild animals of the same species that feed and travel together. [8 definitions]
herdsman one who herds animals. [2 definitions]
here in, at, or to this specific place or location. [6 definitions]
hereabout in this area or vicinity; around, about, or near here.
hereafter after this in time, place, or order; from this point on. [3 definitions]
hereat at this moment; when this happens or happened. [2 definitions]
hereby by this sign or indication; at this moment.
hereditable see heritable.
hereditary of or pertaining to traits or tendencies that can be genetically transmitted from parent to offspring. [3 definitions]
heredity the genetic transmission of traits or tendencies from parent to offspring. [2 definitions]
Hereford any of a breed of beef cattle having reddish coats, white faces, and other white markings.
herein in this document, place, or situation.
hereinabove in what precedes (in a text, statement, or the like).
hereinafter in what follows (in a text, statement, or the like).
hereinto into this place, or into this subject, situation, or the like.
hereof about this or of this.
hereon immediately after this. [2 definitions]
here's contracted form of "here is".
here's to I wish success, health, prosperity, or the like for (a person, group, project, period of time, or the like); here is a toast to (a person or the like).
heresy a religious belief or doctrine not in keeping with the established doctrine of a church, esp. the rejection of or dissent from any aspect of Roman Catholic Church dogma by a baptized church member. [3 definitions]