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about in various directions, or in no particular direction; here and there. [1/12 definitions]
absent not focused on the here and now; unattentive. [1/4 definitions]
around in or to places within an area; here and there. [1/13 definitions]
exclamation point a punctuation mark (!) used after an exclamation (e.g., "It's hot!"), interjection (e.g., "Hey!"), or command (e.g., "Come here!"); exclamation mark.
git1 (informal; sometimes offensive) Now go! Get out of here, now! Get going! (used alone and in command form only). [1/2 definitions]
hereabout in this area or vicinity; around, about, or near here.
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).
hic jacet (Latin) here lies; usu. part of an epitaph or tombstone inscription.
hither to or in the direction of this place; here. [1/2 definitions]
hither and thither in or to a variety of places, esp. randomly; here and there.
passim (Latin) here and there; throughout (used in a book or other text to indicate that the word, phrase, or source so marked occurs frequently).
restrictive in grammar, restricting the meaning of an element such as a word or phrase, as "who is here" restricts the meaning of "everyone" in the sentence "Everyone who is here is protected". [1/3 definitions]