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hello used as a greeting, exclamation of surprise, or call for attention. [2 definitions]
helm equipment used for steering a ship, esp. a wheel or tiller. [3 definitions]
helmet a hard covering worn to protect the head from impact.
helminth a worm, esp. a parasitic intestinal worm.
helmsman a person who steers a ship.
helot a serf or slave.
help to give aid or assistance to, or to further the advancement of. [13 definitions]
helper an assistant who helps in some task or activity.
helpful providing aid or assistance.
helping the act or process of one who helps. [2 definitions]
helping verb another name for auxiliary verb.
helpless unable to take care of oneself or provide for one's basic needs. [3 definitions]
helpmate a helping companion, esp. a spouse.
helpmeet a helpmate.
help oneself to take for oneself that which is offered or seems freely available, without little or no hesitation or request for permission.
help out to give assistance, or to assist (someone or something).
Helsinki the seaport capital of Finland.
helter-skelter in a hurried, confused manner; recklessly. [5 definitions]
helve the handle of a tool such as an ax or maul.
hem1 to fold and stitch down the edge of (a garment, piece of cloth, or the like). [3 definitions]
hem2 used to get attention, suggest doubt, or the like. [4 definitions]