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Hera in Greek mythology, the wife and sister of Zeus and goddess of marriage; Juno.
Heraclitus a Greek philosopher (550?-480? B.C.).
herald a person who conveys or announces official news; messenger. [4 definitions]
heraldic of or pertaining to heraldry or heralds.
heraldry the study of genealogies and coats of arms. [3 definitions]
herb a flowering plant whose stem is soft rather than woody and which dies at the end of a growing season. [3 definitions]
herbaceous pertaining to or characteristic of an herb, esp. having a soft nonwoody stem.
herbage green, soft-stemmed vegetation, esp. as used for grazing. [2 definitions]
herbal of or relating to herbs. [4 definitions]
herbalist a person who cultivates, collects, or deals in herbs, esp. medicinal herbs; herb doctor.
herbal medicine the use of herbs and plant extracts to treat illness or disease.
herbarium a collection of dried plants that have been systematically arranged and labeled, often for scientific use. [2 definitions]
herbicide a substance used to kill unwanted plants such as weeds.
herbivore an animal that feeds on plants.
herbivorous plant-eating; feeding on plants.
herb Paris a European woodland wildflower related to the lily and similar to the trillium, but having four leaves and bearing a four-part, yellow-green flower.
herb Robert a low-growing wild geranium that has compound leaves and bears reddish purple flowers.
Herculean (usu. l.c.) having or requiring enormous strength, size, or courage. [2 definitions]
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]