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h {letter} :: letter
H {letter} :: The eighth letter of the Spanish alphabet
Haapsalu {prop} :: Haapsalu (town)
Haarlem {prop} :: Haarlem (city/and/capital)
haba {f} :: broad bean, horse bean (Fabaceae, Vicia faba)
haba {f} :: bean (cocoa, coffee, etc.)
haba {f} :: ballot ball
haba {f} :: nodule (in stone)
haba {f} :: nugget of ore (with gangue)
haba {f} :: bump (caused by insect bite)
Habacuc {prop} {m} :: Habakkuk (book)
Habacuc {prop} {m} :: Habakkuk (prophet)
Habana {prop} {f} :: Havana
habanera {f} :: habanera (music style and dance)
habanera {f} :: feminine noun of habanero
habanero {adj} :: native or relative to Havana
habanero {m} :: an inhabitant or native of Havana
habanero {m} :: a variety of hot chilli pepper
habano {adj} :: Havanan
habano {m} :: Havana cigar
habar {m} :: bean patch
habas fritas {fp} :: deep fried or roasted broad beans, popular in Spain. They can be eaten with a large selection of foods or as a snack on their own
habeas {particle} :: only in habeas corpus
habénula {f} [anatomy] :: habenula
habenular {adj} [anatomy] :: habenular
haber {v} [auxiliary verb taking past participle to build perfect tense] :: to have
haber {v} [idiomatic] :: to hold; to possess
haber {v} [impersonal, in third person only] :: to exist; “there is”, “there are” (hay); “there was”, “there were” (había)
haber {v} [with “de” + infinitive] :: to have to do
haber {v} :: used to denote a past obligation
haber {m} :: asset
haber {m} :: history
haber {m} :: credit side
haber gato encerrado {v} [idiom] :: To have something fishy going on
habérsele pegado a uno las sábanas {v} [idiomatic] :: To sleep in, to oversleep
había una vez {phrase} [used at the beginnings of fairytales] :: once upon a time
habichuela {f} [Castilla La Mancha, Murcia, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico] :: bean plant
habichuela {f} [Castilla La Mancha, Murcia, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico] :: bean seed
habichuela {f} [Canarias, Andalucía, Cuba, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela] :: green bean
habido y por haber {adj} [idiomatic] :: under the sun, imaginable
habiente {mf} [formal, legal] :: holder, haver
hábil {adj} :: suitable, able
hábil {adj} :: deft, skillful
habilidad {f} :: ability, skill
habilidoso {adj} :: skilled, talented
habilísimamente {adv} :: superlative of hábilmente
habilísimo {adj} :: superlative of hábil
habilitación {f} :: enablement
habilitación {f} :: financing
habilitación {f} :: authorization
habilitante {adj} :: habilitating
habilitar {v} :: to enable (to give strength or ability to)
habilitar {v} :: to enable (to activate a function of an electronic or mechanical device)
habilitar {v} [business] :: to finance
hábilmente {adv} :: ably, skillfully, cleverly
habiloso {adj} :: dexterous, skillful, adroit
habita {f} :: short for habitación
habitabilidad {f} :: habitability
habitable {adj} :: habitable, inhabitable
habitación {f} :: room (separate part of a building)
habitación {f} :: bedroom (room with a bed for sleeping)
habitación {f} :: habitation (the act of inhabiting)
habitación {f} :: habitat (place where an organism occurs)
habitacional {adj} :: habitational
habitacional {adj} :: habitable
habitáculo {m} :: habitacle
habitador {m} :: liver; inhabitant
habitadora {f} :: feminine noun of habitador
habitante {adj} :: inhabiting; said of something that inhabits
habitante {mf} :: inhabitant
habitar {v} :: to live in/on; to inhabit
hábitat {m} :: habitat
hábito {m} :: Habit (of a monk)
hábito {m} :: Habit, custom
hábito {m} :: Military rank
hábito {m} :: Insignia (indicating a military rank)
hábito {m} [mineralogy] :: Habit (of a crystal)
habituación {f} :: habituation
habitual {adj} :: habitual
habitual {m} [Louisiana] :: beans
habitualidad {f} :: regularity
habitualmente {adv} :: habitually, normally
habituar {v} :: to be accustomed to by habit
habitué {m} :: habitué; regular
habla {f} :: speech (faculty of speech)
habla {f} :: speaking (action)
hablador {adj} :: talkative
habladuría {f} :: gossip, rumor
habladurías {fp} :: gossip, rumors, hearsay
habla inglés {phrase} [formal] :: do you speak English?
hablando del rey de Roma {phrase} :: speak of the devil
hablante {adj} :: speaking
hablante {mf} :: speaker (one who speaks)
hablante nativa {f} :: feminine noun of hablante nativo
hablante nativo {m} :: native speaker
hablar {vi} :: to talk; to speak; to communicate using words
hablar {vt} :: to speak (a language)
hablar como un papagayo {v} [simile] :: to parrot (repeat what was said without thinking)
hablar como un papagayo {v} [simile] :: to chatter
hablar por los codos {v} [idiomatic] :: to run one's mouth off; to run off at the mouth; to talk nonstop
hablarse {v} :: reflexive of hablar
hablas inglés {phrase} [colloquial] :: do you speak English?
hablilla {f} :: gossip; rumour
hablista {mf} :: good or elegant speaker
habón {m} :: A raised bump, a wheal
hace {adv} :: ago, has been (Note: unlike in English, hace precedes the number.)
hacedero {adj} :: doable, feasible
hacedor {m} :: maker
hacedora {f} :: feminine noun of hacedor
hacelotodo {m} :: handyman; jack of all trades
hacendado {m} :: landowner
hacendar {v} :: to transfer (property, ownership, etc.) to someone
hacendario {adj} :: financial, relating to the treasury
hacendista {mf} :: economist
hacendoso {adj} :: punctilious in domestic matters; house-proud
hace poco {adv} :: recently
hacer {v} :: to do, to make
hacer {v} :: to play (a part in a play)
hacer {vr} :: to become; to get
hacer {vr} :: to get used to
hacer {m} :: doing, action
hacera {f} [obsolete] :: sidewalk; pavement
hacer ademán de {v} [idiomatic] :: to make as if to
hacer agua {v} :: to let in water, to leak
hacer agua {v} [idiomatic] :: to be flawed, to be riddled with holes
hacer alarde {v} [idiomatic] :: to show off
hacer a pelo y pluma {v} [idiom] :: to swing both ways; to bat for both sides (be bisexual)
hacer aquaplaning {v} :: aquaplane
hacer brindis al sol {v} [idiomatic] :: to play to the gallery
hacer buenas migas {v} [idiomatic] :: To get along
hacer bulto {v} [idiomatic] :: to make up the numbers
hacer caja {v} [idiomatic] :: to cash up
hacer calceta {v} [idiomatic] :: to knit; do knitting
hacer carrera {v} [idiom] :: to thrive; make a killing
hacer caso {v} :: to obey, to do what is said
hacer caso {v} :: to pay attention, to take notice
hacer caso omiso {v} [idiom] :: to turn a blind eye; look the other way
hacer clic {v} :: to click a computer mouse
hacer cola {v} [idiomatic] :: to line up, queue up
hacer cosquillas {v} :: to tickle
hacer de su capa un sayo {v} [idiomatic] :: to do whatever one fancies, to do as one pleases
hacer de tripas corazón {v} [idiom] :: To pull oneself together
hacer eco de {v} [idiom] :: to echo (something said by another)
hacer el amor {v} :: to make love, have sex
hacer el caldo gordo {v} [idiomatic] :: to make things easy (for someone)
hacer el canelo {v} [idiomatic, colloquial] :: to play the fool
hacer el círculo {v} [idiomatic] :: to go round in circles
hacer el ganso {v} [idiom] :: to clown around; prat about
hacer el ojo {v} [idiom] :: to give the evil eye
hacer el pino {v} [idiomatic] :: to do a handstand
hacer el primo {v} [idiomatic] :: to be a sucker; to be easily fooled
hacer el quite {v} [idiomatic] :: to avoid, to slip by
hacer el vacío {v} [idiomatic] :: to give the cold shoulder
hacer falta {v} :: to be necessary, have need of
hacer gala {v} [idiomatic] :: to show off
hacer la cama {v} :: to make the bed
hacer la cama {v} :: to conspire against someone
hacer la cimarra {v} [idiom] :: to play hookey
hacer la cobra {v} [idiomatic] :: To pull away (from a kiss) by leaning away; To back away (from a kiss) by leaning away
hacer la corte {vt} [idiomatic] :: to suck up (to)
hacer la estrecha {v} [colloquial, idiomatic] :: to play hard to get
hacer la gamba {v} [idiomatic, colloquial] :: to play the fool; piss around
hacer la pelota {v} [idiomatic] :: to suck up; brownnose
hacer la puñeta {v} [idiomatic] :: to bug; piss off; get someone's goat
hacer las paces {v} [idiomatic] :: to make peace
hacer la vista gorda {v} [idiomatic] :: to turn a blind eye
hacer leña del árbol caído {v} [idiomatic] :: to kick someone when they are down
hacer llegar {v} [idiomatic] :: to send, pass, give
hacer mangas y capirotes {v} [idiom] :: to completely ignore; send to Coventry
hacer maravillas {v} [idiom] :: to work wonders
hacer méritos {v} [idiomatic] :: to strive for recognition
hacer novillos {v} [idiom] :: to play truant, to skip school, to play hooky
hacer oídos sordos {v} [idiomatic] :: to turn a deaf ear
hacer ojitos {v} [idiomatic] :: to flutter eyelashes
hacer papilla {v} [idiomatic] :: to blow to smithereens, blow to bits, blow to pieces
hacer partícipe {v} [idiomatic] :: to share news (of)
hacer pata ancha {v} [Argentina, Uruguay, colloquial, idiomatic] :: to face a danger or difficulty
hacer pellas {v} [idiom] :: play truant (to be absent from school without permission)
hacer pie {v} [idiom] :: to touch the bottom (of a body of water, with one's feet)
hacer por escrito {v} [idiomatic] :: to put into words
hacer pucheros {v} [idiomatic] :: to pout; make a face
hacer puente {v} [figuratively] :: To take a long weekend; to take an extra day off work in addition to a public holiday that falls on a Thursday or Tuesday, or between two public holidays, thereby making a four-day weekend
hacer sábado {v} [idiomatic] :: to do one's spring cleaning
hacerse eco de {v} [idiom] :: to echo (something said by another)
hacerse el duro {v} [idiomatic] :: to act tough
hacerse el leso {v} [Chile, idiom] :: to play the fool
hacerse el sueco {v} [idiomatic] :: to play the fool (act dumb or stupid)
hacerse humo {v} [idiomatic] :: to vanish into thin air; to disappear
hacerse la muerte {v} [idiomatic] :: to play dead
hacerse la picha un lío {v} [idiom, colloquial] :: get one's knickers in a twist
hacerse lenguas de {v} [idiom] :: to praise to the skies
hacerse pajas {v} [idiomatic, colloquial] :: beat off, jerk off, wank
hacerse pasar por {v} :: to personate, impersonate (pretend to be a different person)
hacerse una paja {v} [idiomatic, colloquial] :: beat off, jerk off, wank
hacerse un ovillo {v} [idiomatic] :: to curl up in a ball
hacerse un ovillo {v} [idiomatic] :: to tie oneself up in knots
hacer soga {v} [idiomatic] :: To lag, lag behind
hacer su agosto {v} [idiomatic] :: to make a killing
hacer sus necesidades {v} [idiomatic, euphemism] :: to do one's business, relieve oneself (excrete)
hacer tilín {v} [idiom] :: to set (someone's) heart aflutter; to turn on
hacer trizas {v} [idiomatic] :: to shatter, rip to shreds
hacer un calvo {v} :: mooning
hacer un feo {v} [idiomatic] :: to snub; turn down
hach {m} :: hajj
hacha {f} :: axe, hatchet (tool for felling trees or chopping wood)
hacha {f} [colloquial] :: ace, wizard (someone who is especially skilled or unusually talented in a particular field)
hacha {f} :: a kind of torch or large candle (often with four sticks)
hacha {f} :: a kind of wick or fuse (often made with esparto grass and tar), which does not go out easily in the wind
hacha {f} :: bundle of straw tied up like a strip and often used to help cover huts or other field constructions
hachar {v} :: To axe (cut with an axe)
hachazo {m} :: hit with an axe
hache {f} :: letter: h
hachemita {adj} :: Hashemite
hachís {m} :: hashish
hachón {m} :: large axe
hachuela {f} :: small axe
hacia {prep} :: toward, towards
hacia acá {adv} :: here (to this place)
hacia atrás {adv} :: backwards
hacienda {f} :: treasury
hacienda {f} :: hacienda
hacienda {f} :: livestock
Hacienda {f} :: treasury, tax office (governmental organization administrating finances)
hacina {f} :: stack
hacina {f} :: pile
hacinamiento {m} :: cluttering, pile-up, heaping up
hacinar {v} :: to stack
hacinar {vr} :: to pile up; to cram
hacino {adj} [obsolete] :: miserable, wretched
hackathon {m} :: hackathon
hackatón {m} :: hackathon
hackear {vt} [computing] :: to hack
hackeo {m} :: hacking
hacker {mf} :: alternative form of hácker
hácker {mf} [computing] :: hacker
hacking {m} [computing] :: hacking
hacktivismo {m} :: hacktivism
hacktivista {mf} :: hacktivist
hada {f} :: fairy
hadado {adj} [attributive] :: fairy
hada madrina {f} :: fairy godmother
Hades {prop} {m} [Greek god] :: Hades (god)
Hades {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: Hades (underworld)
hadiz {m} [Islam] :: hadith
hado {m} :: fate, destiny
hadrón {m} [physics] :: hadron
hadrosáurido {m} :: hadrosaurid
hadrosaurio {m} :: hadrosaur
hafnio {m} :: hafnium
hágase la luz {phrase} :: let there be light
Hageo {prop} {m} [bible] :: Haggai (the book of the Bible)
hagiógrafa {f} :: feminine noun of hagiógrafo
hagiografía {f} :: hagiography
hagiográfico {adj} :: hagiographic
hagiógrafo {m} :: hagiographer
haida {adj} :: Haida
haida {mf} :: Haida
haida {m} :: Haida (language)
haiga {m} [rare, pejorative, Spain] :: a huge and flashy motorcar, automobile
haiku {m} :: haiku
haikú {m} :: alternative form of haiku
Haití {prop} {m} :: Haiti
haitiana {f} :: feminine noun of haitiano
haitiano {adj} :: Haitian
haitiano {m} :: Haitian
hala {interj} :: come on! let’s go!
hala {interj} :: wow! (an indication of surprise)
hala {interj} :: my goodness! (an indication of surprise, shock, or amazement)
halach uinic {mf} :: halach uinic
Halach Uinic {mf} :: alternative form of halach uinic
Halach Uinik {mf} :: alternative form of halach uinic
halagadísimo {adj} :: most flattered, most pleased, most cajoled, most coaxed, most buttered up
halagadísimo {adj} :: experiencing schadenfreude (enjoyment from another's misfortune)
halagado {adj} :: flattered
halagador {adj} :: agreeable, pleasant
halagar {v} :: to flatter
halagar {v} :: to please
halagar {v} :: to gratify
halago {m} :: flattery
halagüeñamente {adv} :: charmingly
halagüeño {adj} :: charming
halagüeño {adj} :: promising
halagüeño {adj} :: agreeable
halajá {f} [Judaism] :: Halacha (Jewish law)
halájico {adj} [Judaism] :: halachic
halal {adj} :: halal
halar {v} [nautical] :: to haul, to pull
halcón {m} :: falcon (diurnal bird of prey in Falconidae and especially in Falco)
halcón {m} [slang, Mexico] :: government-hired thug (employed to keep watch for drug dealers on the street)
halcón {m} [politics] :: hawk, hardliner (firm, uncompromising advocate of aggressive political positions)
halconcito {m} :: falconet
halconera {f} :: falconer
halconero {m} :: falconer
halcón gerifalte {m} :: gyrfalcon, Falco rusticolus
halcón peregrino {m} :: peregrine falcon
halda {f} :: skirt
halda {f} :: a kind of sack
halibut {m} :: halibut
halicácabo {m} :: bladder cherry
Halifax {prop} {m} :: Halifax (city in England)
Halifax {prop} {m} :: Halifax (city of Canada)
halita {f} [mineral] :: halite
hálito {m} :: waft; a brief, gentle breeze
hálito {m} :: whiff
halitosis {f} :: halitosis
hall {m} :: hall, lobby, lounge
hallaca {f} [Venezuela] :: tamale
hallaquera {f} :: feminine noun of hallaquero
hallaquero {m} [Venezuela] :: tamale maker
hallar {v} :: to find
hallarse {v} :: reflexive of hallar
hallazgo {m} :: discovery
hallazgo {m} [obsolete] :: reward (for discovering and returning lost property to the owner)
Halloween {m} :: Halloween (31st of October)
halloysita {f} [mineral] :: halloysite
hallux {m} :: hallux
halo- {prefix} :: halo- (indicates salt)
halo {m} :: halo (atmospheric phenomenon)
halo {m} :: halo (nimbus around the head of a holy figure)
haloalcano {m} [organic chemistry] :: haloalkane
halófila {f} :: feminine noun of halófilo
halófilo {adj} :: halophilic
halófilo {m} :: halophile
halófita {f} :: halophyte
haloformo {m} [chemistry] :: haloform
halogenación {f} [chemistry] :: halogenation
halógeno {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: halogen
halógeno {adj} [attributive] :: halogen
halogenuro {m} :: halide
halometano {m} [chemistry] :: halomethane
haloperidol {m} [pharmaceutical drug] :: haloperidol
haloterapia {f} :: halotherapy
haltera {mf} [weightlifting] :: barbell
halterófila {f} :: weightlifter (competitive)
halterofilia {f} :: weightlifting
halterófilo {m} :: weightlifter (competitive)
haluro {m} [chemistry] :: halide
hamaca {f} :: hammock
hamaca {f} [Argentina, Costa Rica, Cuba, Uruguay] :: swing
hamacar {v} :: to rock (in a hammock)
hamacar {v} :: to rock; sway
hamachi {m} :: hamachi
hamadríada {f} :: hamadryad
hamam {m} :: Turkish bath
hamamelis {f} :: hamamelis
hamaquear {v} :: to rock (in a hammock)
Hamás {prop} {m} :: Hamas (Islamic militant organization)
hambre {f} :: hunger
hambreada {f} :: famishment; great hungry
hambreador {adj} :: hunger-causing
hambrear {v} :: to cause to go hungry; to starve
hambriento {adj} :: Very hungry
hambriento {adj} :: Hungry
hambriento {m} :: Hungry
hambrón {m} :: glutton
hambruna {f} :: famine
Hamburgo {prop} {m} :: Hamburgo (state)
Hamburgo {prop} {m} :: Hamburgo (city)
hamburgués {adj} :: Hamburger; of or from Hamburg
hamburgués {m} :: Hamburger; a person from Hamburg
hamburguesa {f} :: hamburger
hamburguesa {f} :: Hamburger; feminine noun of hamburgués
hamburguesa de soja {f} :: soyburger
hamburguesa vegetariana {f} :: gardenburger, vegeburger
hamburguesería {f} :: burger bar, burger restaurant, burger shop (a restaurant that sells hamburgers)
hamiltoniano {adj} [mathematics, physics] :: Hamiltonian
Hamlet {prop} {m} :: Hamlet (the main character of the play Hamlet)
hamletiano {adj} :: Hamletian
hammam {m} :: hammam (communal bathhouse in Islamic countries)
hamo {m} :: fish-hook
hampa {f} :: underworld (part of society that is engaged in crime or vice)
hampón {m} :: thug, mobster, goon
hamponil {adj} [attributive] :: thug; gang
hámster {m} :: hamster
Hañagua {prop} {f} :: given name from the Canary Islands
hanball {m} :: handball (sport)
handball {m} :: handball
hándbol {m} :: handball
handicap {m} :: handicap
hándicap {m} [golf] :: handicap
handisport {m} :: disabled sport; parasport
hanega {f} :: fanega (Measure of grain)
hanega {f} :: fanega (Measure of land)
hangar {m} :: hangar
hangul {m} :: Hangeul (Korean phonetic script)
hankismo {m} :: The political beliefs or tenure of Jorge Hank Rhon, Mexican businessman and politician
Hanói {prop} {f} :: Hanoi (capital of Vietnam)
Hanóver {prop} {m} :: Hanover, Hannover
hanseático {adj} :: Hanseatic
hanta {m} :: hantavirus
hanzo {adj} [obsolete] :: happy
hápax {m} :: hapax
hapax legomenon {m} :: alternative form of hápax legómenon
hápax legómenon {m} :: hapax legomenon
haplogrupo {m} :: haplogroup
haploide {adj} [biology] :: haploid
haploide {m} :: haploid
haploidía {f} :: haploidy
haplotipo {m} :: haplotype
happening {m} :: happening
happy hour {m} :: happy hour
hapteno {m} [immunology] :: hapten
háptica {f} :: haptics
haragán {adj} :: lazy (unwilling to work)
haragán {m} :: idler, loafer
haraganear {vi} :: to idle, to loaf around
haraganería {f} :: laziness, idleness
harakiri {m} :: alternative form of haraquiri
harapiento {adj} :: shabby, raggedy
harapo {m} :: rag
harapo {m} [in plural] :: garb, togs, glad rags (clothes)
haraposo {adj} :: ragged; tatty
haraquiri {m} :: hara-kiri (ceremonial suicide by ripping open the abdomen)
Harare {prop} :: Harare (capital of Zimbabwe)
hard {adj} :: hard, heavy, hardcore
hardcore {m} :: hardcore
hard rock {m} :: hard rock
hardware {m} [computing] :: hardware
harén {m} :: harem
harina {f} :: flour
harina {f} [colloquial, slang, uncountable] :: cocaine
harina de fuerza {f} :: strong flour, hard flour
harina de otro costal {f} :: a horse of a different color; a different matter
harinero {adj} :: of or relating to flour
harinoso {adj} :: floury
harissa {f} :: harissa
harki {m} :: Harki
harlista {mf} :: a (Latino) Harley-Davidson motorcycle rider or aficionado
harmatán {m} :: harmattan (wind)
harnear {v} [Chile] :: to riddle; sift
harnero {m} :: sieve
harpa {f} :: rare spelling of arpa
harpía {f} :: alternative form of arpía
harpía {f} :: harpy eagle
hartamente {adv} :: really; largely; hugely
hartar {v} [colloquial] :: to bore, tire
hartar {v} [dated] :: to satisfy
hartar {vrt} [vulgar, El Salvador] :: to eat
hartazgo {m} :: stuffing, pigging out
hartazgo {m} :: ennui
hartísimo {adj} :: superlative of harto
harto {adj} :: tired, fed up
harto {adj} :: having the appetite satisfied; stuffed, sated
harto {adv} [formal] :: extremely, aplenty, a lot
hartura {f} :: satiety
hartura {f} :: surfeit
Haryana {prop} :: Haryana (state)
hasanía {m} :: Hassānīya
hashtag {m} :: hashtag
hasidismo {m} :: alt form jasidismo
hassaniya {m} :: Hassaniya
hassio {m} :: hassium
hasta {adv} :: even
hasta {prep} :: until
hasta {prep} :: up to, to the point of, as much as
hasta {prep} :: even
hasta ahora {adv} :: up to now, so far
hasta ahora {phrase} :: see you in a bit; see you in a while
hasta el carné de identidad {adv} [idiom] :: absolutely everything; totally and utterly
hasta el culo {adj} [idiomatic, vulgar] :: up to here, up to one's neck
hasta el momento {adv} [idiomatic] :: so far, up to now
hastag {m} :: hashtag
hasta la fecha {adv} [idiom] :: so far, thus far
hasta la médula {adv} [idiomatic] :: to the bone
hasta la próxima {interj} :: see you later! See you! (literally, until the next [time])
hasta las cejas {adv} [idiomatic] :: to the limit
hasta las narices {v} [idiomatic] :: fed up
hasta las trancas {adv} [idiomatic] :: to the full; excessively
hasta la vista {phrase} :: goodbye, see you later, until next time
hasta luego {phrase} :: goodbye, see you later, bye, take care
hasta mañana {phrase} :: goodbye, see you tomorrow, until tomorrow
hasta nuevo aviso {adv} [idiomatic] :: until further notice
hasta que {conj} :: until
hasta siempre {phrase} :: farewell, godspeed
hastiado {adj} :: tired, fed up, bored, sick and tired
hastial {m} :: gable
hastiar {v} :: to bore
hastiar {vr} :: to get tired of, to get sick and tired of
hastío {m} :: boredom, tedium
hastioso {adj} :: annoying
hataca {f} [obsolete] :: rolling pin
hatajo {m} :: herd, flock
hatchback {m} :: hatchback
hater {mf} :: hater
hatillana {f} :: feminine noun of hatillano
hatillano {adj} :: Of or from El Hatillo Municipality, Venezuela
hatillano {m} :: An inhabitant of El Hatillo Municipality, Venezuela
hatillo {m} :: bundle
hato {m} :: herd
hato {m} :: flock of sheep
hato {m} :: a clique; a ring of people
hato {m} [Latin America] :: cattle ranch
Haumea {prop} {f} [Hawaiian mythology] :: Haumea (goddess of fertility and childbirth)
Haumea {prop} {f} :: Haumea (dwarf planet)
hausa {m} :: Hausa (language)
hausa {mf} :: Member of the Hausa
Hauschild {prop} :: surname
Hawái {prop} :: Hawaii
hawaiana {f} :: feminine noun of hawaiano
hawaiana {f} [Chile, Peru] :: flip-flop
hawaiano {adj} :: Hawaiian
hawaiano {m} :: Hawaiian
hawaiano {m} :: Hawaiian (language)
haya {f} :: beech, beech tree
Haydée {prop} {f} :: given name
hayedo {m} :: beech wood, area of beeches
hay que joderse {phrase} [idiomatic, vulgar] :: you're [fucking] kidding me; crap; holy crap (to express bitter disappointment)
hay que joderse {phrase} [idiomatic, vulgar] :: would you believe it; fuck me (to express surprise)
hay ropa tendida {phrase} [idiom] :: someone is within earshot; someone might be listening in to the conversation
haz {f} :: bundle
haz {f} :: beam
haz {f} :: face
haz {f} [archaic] :: façade
hazaña {f} :: feat; deed
hazañoso {adj} :: heroic; derring-do
hazara {mf} :: Hazara
hazienda {f} :: obsolete spelling of hacienda
hazmerreír {m} [colloquial] :: laughingstock
hb {f} :: abbreviation of hora boliviana
he {adv} [poetic, dated] :: here is
he {f} :: he; the Hebrew letter ה
headliner {m} :: headliner
headscissors {m} :: headscissors
he aquí {phrase} :: voilà; here you have; behold
heavy {adj} :: heavy (pertaining to heavy metal)
heavy {adj} :: heavy (intense)
heavy metal {m} :: heavy metal (genre of music)
hebdómada {f} :: A seven-year period
hebdómada {f} [rare] :: week
hebdomadario {adj} :: weekly
hebdomadario {m} :: weekly (periodical or newspaper issued every week)
hebdomadario {m} :: hebdomadary
hebefilia {f} :: hebephilia
hebilla {f} :: buckle, clasp
hebra {f} :: thread, strand, filament
hebra {f} :: fiber (a single elongated piece of a given material)
hebraísta {mf} :: Hebraist
hebrea {f} :: feminine noun of hebreo
hebreo {adj} :: Hebrew
hebreo {m} :: Hebrew person
hebreo {prop} {m} :: Hebrew language
Hebreos {prop} {m} [bible] :: Hebrews (the book of the Bible)
hebrero {m} :: obsolete spelling of febrero
Hébridas {prop} {fp} :: Hebrides (group of islands)
Hebrón {prop} {m} :: Hebron (city)
Hécate {prop} {f} :: Hecate (Greek goddess)
hecatombe {f} :: hecatomb
hecceidad {f} :: haecceity
heces de vino {n} [plural only] :: lees
hecha la ley, hecha la trampa {proverb} :: every law has its loophole, every law has a loophole
hechicera {f} :: feminine noun of hechicero
hechicería {f} :: sorcery, witchcraft
hechicería {f} :: A spell
hechicero {m} :: magician
hechicero {adj} :: enchanting, bewitching
hechizar {v} :: to enchant
hechizar {v} :: to bewitch
hechizar {v} :: to perform magic
hechizo {adj} :: artificial, fake
hechizo {adj} [archaic] :: counterfeited, forged
hechizo {adj} [archaic] :: apt, appropriate
hechizo {m} :: magic word, spell
hechizo {m} :: spell, enchantment (state of enchantment)
hecho {adj} :: done or completed
hecho {adj} :: made
hecho {m} :: fact
hecho consumado {m} :: fait accompli
hecho pelota {adj} [Argentina] :: knackered; shattered; pooped
hechor {m} :: wrongdoer
Hechos {prop} {m} [bible] :: Acts (Acts of the Apostles) (the book of the Bible)
hecho un brazo de mar {adj} [idiomatic] :: dressed to kill; dressed to the nines
hecho y derecho {adj} [idiomatic] :: full-grown
hecho y derecho {adj} [idiomatic] :: fully fledged
hechura {f} :: appearance, form
hectárea {f} :: hectare
hectogramo {m} :: hectogram
hectolitro {m} :: hectoliter
hectólitro {m} :: hectoliter
hectómetro {m} :: hectometre
hectopascal {m} :: hectopascal
Héctor {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: Hector
Héctor {prop} {m} :: given name
Hécuba {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: Hecuba (the wife of King Priam)
heder {v} :: to stink
heder {v} :: to reek
hediondez {f} :: stench, malodor
hediondez {f} :: something that stinks
hediondo {adj} :: stinking
hedonismo {m} :: hedonism
hedonista {adj} :: hedonistic
hedonista {mf} :: hedonist
hedor {m} :: stench, malodor, fetidness (bad smell)
hedua {f} :: feminine noun of heduo
heduo {adj} :: Aedui
heduo {m} :: Aedui
Hefesto {prop} {m} [Greek god] :: Hephaestus
Hefestos {prop} {m} [Greek god] :: Hephaestus (Greek god)
heftalita {adj} :: Hephthalite
heftalita {mf} :: Hephthalite
hegelianamente {adv} [philosophy] :: In a Hegelian manner
hegeliano {adj} [philosophy] :: Hegelian (relating to Hegel or his philosophical system)
hegemonía {f} :: hegemony
hegemónico {adj} :: hegemonic
hegemonismo {m} :: hegemonism
hegemonizar {v} :: to hegemonize
helada {f} :: frost
helada {f} :: freezing
heladera {f} :: feminine noun of heladero
heladera {f} :: ice cream maker
heladera {f} [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay] :: refrigerator
heladería {f} :: ice cream parlor [US], ice cream parlour [UK]
heladero {m} :: ice-cream seller
heládico {adj} :: Helladic
heladísimo {adj} :: superlative of helado
helado {adj} :: icy, frozen
helado {adj} :: shocked
helado {m} :: ice cream
helado {m} :: popsicle, ice pop
helador {adj} :: cold, freezing, icy
heladora {f} :: ice cream maker
heladora {f} :: freezer (appliance to store food)
helar {vt} :: to freeze, to cool
helar {vi} [impersonal] :: to freeze
helarse {v} :: reflexive of helar
helecho {m} :: fern
helénico {adj} :: Hellenic
helenismo {m} :: Hellenism (the culture and civilization of the Hellenistic period)
helenismo {m} :: Hellenism (a Greek idiom or turn of phrase)
helenismo {m} :: Hellenism (the admiration for and adoption of ancient Greek culture)
helenista {adj} :: Hellenistic
helenista {mf} :: Hellenist
helenístico {adj} :: Hellenistic
helenización {f} :: Hellenization
helenizar {vt} :: to Hellenize
heleno {adj} :: Hellenic
helero {m} :: glacier
helero {m} :: névé
Helesponto {prop} {m} :: Hellespont
helicasa {f} [enzyme] :: helicase
hélice {f} :: helix
hélice {f} [geometry, anatomy] :: helix
hélice {f} :: propellor
Hélice {prop} {f} :: Helix (nebula)
helicicultor {m} :: snail farmer
helicidad {f} :: helicity
helicoidal {adj} :: helical, helicoidal
helicoidalmente {adv} :: helicoidally
helicoide {m} [geometry] :: helicoid
helicóptero {m} :: helicopter
helio- {prefix} :: helio-
helio {m} :: helium
heliocéntrico {adj} :: heliocentric
heliocentrismo {m} :: heliocentrism
heliofísica {f} :: heliophysics
heliómetro {m} :: heliometer
helión {m} :: helion
Helios {prop} {m} [Greek god] :: Helios (god)
heliotropismo {m} [biology] :: heliotropism
heliotropo {m} :: heliotrope
helipuerto {m} :: heliport
helitransportable {adj} :: heliportable
helitransportar {v} :: to helicopter
hellinero {adj} :: Of or from Hellín
hellinero {m} :: Someone from Hellín
helmintiasis {f} :: helminthiasis
helminto {m} :: helminth
helmintología {f} :: helminthology
Helsinki {prop} :: Helsinki (the capital city of Finland)
helvecia {f} :: feminine noun of helvecio
helvecio {adj} :: Helvetian
helvecio {m} :: Helvetian
helvético {adj} :: Helvetian
hemaglutinina {f} [protein] :: hemagglutinin
hemangioma {f} [pathology] :: hemangioma
hemangiosarcoma {f} :: hemangiosarcoma
hematí {m} :: red blood cell
hemático {adj} :: hematic; haematic
hematita {f} [mineral] :: hematite
hemato- {prefix} :: haemato-
hematocrito {m} :: hematocrit
hematoencefálico {adj} :: hematoencephalic
hematofagia {f} :: hematophagy
hematófago {adj} :: hematophagous
hematóloga {f} :: feminine noun of hematólogo
hematología {f} [medicine] :: hematology / haematology
hematológico {adj} :: hematologic
hematólogo {m} [medicine] :: haematologist
hematoma {m} [medicine] :: bruise
hematooncológico {adj} :: hemato-oncological
hematopoyesis {f} [hematology] :: hematopoiesis
hematopoyético {adj} :: hematopoietic
hematoxilina {f} :: haemotoxylin
hembra {f} :: female
hembrismo {m} :: femismo
hembrista {adj} :: femist (relating to or in accordance with femismo)
hembrista {adj} :: feminazi
hembrista {mf} :: femist (relating to or in accordance with femismo)
hembrista {mf} :: feminazi
hembrita {f} :: diminutive of hembra
heme {phrase} :: here I am
hemerálope {adj} [medicine] :: hemeralopic
hemeralopía {f} [medicine] :: hemeralopia
hemerocalis {m} :: daylily
hemerográfico {adj} :: hemerographic
hemerología {f} :: hemerology
hemeroteca {f} :: A place, such a section of a library, where periodicals (newspapers, magazines, and so on) are archived for consultation
hemi- {prefix} :: hemi-, half
hemiacetal {m} [organic chemistry] :: hemiacetal
hemicelulosa {f} [organic compound] :: hemicellulose
hemicetal {m} [organic chemistry] :: hemiketal
hemiciclo {m} :: semicircle
hemicordado {m} [zoology] :: hemichordate
hemiélitro {m} :: hemelytron
hemínico {adj} :: containing haem
hemiparesia {f} :: hemiparesis
hemiplejia {f} :: hemiplegia
hemíptero {m} :: hemipter, hemipteran
hemisférico {adj} :: hemispheric
hemisférico {adj} :: hemispherical
hemisferio {m} :: hemisphere (half of the celestial sphere)
hemisferio {m} :: hemisphere (half of the Earth)
hemisferio {m} :: hemisphere (half of any sphere)
hemisferio cerebral {f} :: cerebral hemisphere
hemistiquio {m} :: hemistich (an approximate half-line of verse)
hemiterpeno {m} [organic compound] :: hemiterpene
hemiterpenoide {m} [organic compound] :: hemiterpenoid
hemitórax {m} :: hemithorax
hemocianina {f} [organic compound] :: hemocyanin
hemocitoblasto {m} [cytology] :: hematopoietic stem cell
hemocromatosis {f} :: haemochromatosis
hemocultivo {m} :: blood culture
hemoderivado {m} :: hemoderivative
hemodiálisis {f} :: hemodialysis
hemodinamia {f} :: hemodynamics
hemodinámica {f} :: hemodynamics
hemodinámicamente {adv} :: hemodynamically
hemodinámico {adj} :: hemodynamic
hemodonación {f} :: blood donation
hemofilia {f} [pathology] :: haemophilia/hemophilia
hemofílico {adj} :: haemophilic
hemofiltración {f} :: haemofiltration
hemoglobina {f} [protein] :: hemoglobin
hemoglobinopatía {f} [pathology] :: hemoglobinopathy
hemograma {f} :: hemogram
hemolinfa {f} [zoology] :: hemolymph (a circulating fluid in the bodies of some invertebrates)
hemólisis {f} :: haemolysis
hemolítico {adj} :: haemolytic
hemopoyesis {f} :: alt form hematopoyesis
hemopoyético {adj} :: alt form hematopoyético
hemoptisis {f} :: hemoptysis
hemorragia {f} [pathology] :: hemorrhage
hemorrágico {adj} :: hemorrhagic
hemorroidal {adj} :: hemorrhoidal, haemorrhoidal
hemorroide {f} :: [usually in plural] hemorrhoid, haemorrhoid
hemorroides {fp} :: haemorrhoids
hemostasia {f} [medicine] :: hemostasis (keeping of blood inside a damaged vessel)
hemostático {adj} :: hemostatic
hemóstato {m} :: hemostat
Henao {prop} {m} :: Hainaut (province of Wallonia)
henar {m} :: hayfield
henchir {v} :: to swell, to fill
Hendaya {prop} {f} :: Hendaya (town)
hendedura {f} :: alternative form of hendidura
hender {vt} :: To split, to cleave apart
hender {vt} :: To crack into pieces
hender {vt} :: To mar
hendíadis {f} :: alternative spelling of endíadis
hendido {adj} :: cracked, cleft (palate)
hendidor {m} :: cleaver (prehistoric tool)
hendidura {f} :: cleft, groove, cleavage, indentation, slot, slit
hendija {f} :: A small groove, slit or other indentation
hendir {v} :: to cut open
henequén {m} :: henequen
henequenera {f} :: feminine noun of henequenero
henequenero {adj} :: of or relating to henequens
henequenero {m} :: henequen producer or seller
heñir {v} :: to knead
henna {m} :: henna (Lawsonia inermis)
heno {m} :: hay
Henoch {prop} {m} :: Enoch (Biblical character)
henos {phrase} :: here we are
henrio {m} :: henry (unit of inductance)
heparán {m} :: heparan
heparina {f} [carbohydrate] :: heparin
hepática {f} :: hepatica
hepáticas {adj} :: feminine plural form of hepático
hepático {adj} :: hepatic
hepatítico {adj} :: hepatitic
hepatitis {f} :: hepatitis
hepatocelular {adj} :: hepatocellular
hepatocito {m} :: hepatocyte
hepatóloga {f} :: hepatologist
hepatología {f} :: hepatology
hepatólogo {m} :: hepatologist
hepatotoxicidad {f} :: hepatoxicity
heptacampeón {m} :: seven-time champion
heptadecágono {m} [geometry] :: heptadecagon
heptagonal {adj} :: heptagonal
heptágono {adj} :: heptagonal
heptágono {m} :: heptagon
heptano {m} :: heptane
heptasílabo {adj} :: heptasyllabic
heptatleta {mf} :: heptathlete
heptatlón {m} :: heptathlon
hepteno {m} [organic chemistry] :: heptene
heptosa {f} [organic chemistry] :: heptose
heptóxido {m} :: heptoxide
Hera {prop} {f} :: Hera
Heracles {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: Heracles (the son of Zeus)
Héracles {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Heracles
Heraclión {prop} {f} :: Iraklion (the capital city of Crete)
Heráclito {prop} {m} :: Heraclitus (a pre-Socratic Ionian philosopher)
heráldica {f} :: heraldry (the profession of devising and blazoning arms)
heráldicamente {adv} :: heraldically
heráldico {adj} :: heraldic
heraldista {mf} :: heraldist
heraldo {m} :: herald (messenger)
herbáceo {adj} :: herbaceous
herbal {adj} :: herbal
herbar {v} :: to adorn or tan with grass
herbario {adj} :: herbal
herbario {m} :: herbarium (collection of plants)
herbazal {m} :: grassland
herbicida {adj} :: herbicidal
herbicida {m} :: herbicide (substance used to kill plants)
herbivoría {f} :: herbivorousness
herbívoro {adj} :: herbivorous
herbívoro {m} :: herbivore
herbolaria {f} :: feminine of herbolario
herbolario {adj} :: herbalist
herbolario {m} :: herbalist
herborizar {v} :: to collect or collate plants
herboso {adj} :: grassy
hercio {m} :: hertz
herculana {f} :: feminine noun of herculano
herculano {adj} :: Of or pertaining to Hércules CF, a football club from Alicante
herculano {m} :: Someone associated with Hércules CF, as a fan, player, coach etc
Herculano {prop} {m} :: Herculaneum
hercúleo {adj} :: Herculean
hércules {m} :: Hercules (strong man)
Hércules {prop} {m} [Roman mythology] :: Hercules
herculina {f} :: feminine noun of herculino
herculino {adj} :: Of or from A Coruña, Galicia
herculino {m} :: Someone from A Coruña
heredabilidad {f} :: heritability
heredable {adj} :: inheritable
heredad {f} [agriculture] :: property; estate
heredamiento {m} :: inheritance
heredar {v} :: to inherit
heredera {f} :: feminine noun of heredero
heredera forzosa {f} :: feminine noun of heredero forzoso
heredera presunta {f} :: feminine noun of heredero presunto
heredero {m} :: heir
heredero forzoso {m} :: heir apparent
heredero presunto {m} :: heir presumptive
herediana {f} :: feminine noun of herediano
herediano {adj} :: Of or from Heredia Province, Costa Rica
herediano {m} :: An inhabitant of Heredia Province, Costa Rica
hereditariamente {adv} :: inherently
hereditario {adj} :: hereditary
hereje {adj} :: heretic
hereje {adj} [colloquial, Latin America] :: disrespectful
hereje {adj} [colloquial, Latin America] :: hard (severe, harsh, unfriendly, brutal)
hereje {mf} :: heretic
herejía {f} :: heresy
herencia {f} :: heredity
herero {adj} :: Herero
herero {mf} :: Herero
heresiarca {mf} :: heresiarch
herético {adj} :: heretic, heretical
herida {f} :: wound
herido {adj} :: hurt, injured
herir {vt} :: to wound, injure (to cause physical injury and pain)
herir {vt} :: to hurt, offend, wound (to cause emotional pain)
herirse {v} :: reflexive of herir
herma {m} :: herm
hermafrodita {adj} :: hermaphroditic
hermafrodita {m} :: hermaphrodite
Hermafrodito {prop} {m} [Greek god] :: Hermaphroditus (Greek god)
hermana {f} :: feminine noun of hermano, sister
hermana mayor {f} :: elder sister
hermanamiento {m} :: twinning
hermanar {v} :: to unite
hermanar {v} :: to match
hermanar {v} :: to harmonize
hermanastra {f} :: feminine noun of hermanastro, stepsister and half-sister
hermanastro {m} :: stepbrother (stepsister for the feminine form)
hermanastro {m} :: half-brother (half-sister for the feminine form)
hermandad {f} :: brotherhood
hermandar {v} :: to twin (towns)
hermanillo {m} :: diminutive of hermano
hermanita {f} :: diminutive of hermana little sister
hermanito {m} :: diminutive of hermano; little brother
hermano {m} :: brother
hermano {m} :: sibling
hermano {m} :: bro
hermano mayor {m} :: elder brother
hermenéutica {f} :: hermeneutics
hermenéutico {adj} :: hermeneutic
hermes {m} :: Statue of Hermes
Hermes {prop} {m} :: Hermes
herméticamente {adv} :: hermetically
hermeticidad {f} :: hermeticity
hermético {adj} :: hermetic
hermetismo {m} :: utmost secrecy
hermetismo {m} :: unpenetrable
hermetizar {v} :: to seal hermetically
hermítico {adj} :: Hermitian
Hermógenes {prop} {m} :: given name
hermosamente {adv} :: attractively, prettily
hermosear {vt} :: to embellish, to beautify
hermosillense {adj} :: Of or from the city of Hermosillo, Mexico
hermosillense {mf} :: Someone from the city of Hermosillo, Mexico
hermosísimo {adj} :: superlative of hermoso
hermoso {adj} :: beautiful
hermosura {f} :: beauty (the quality of being attractive or pleasing)
hermosura {f} :: beauty (someone who is beautiful)
Hernán {prop} {m} :: Shortened form of Hernando
Hernández {prop} :: surname
Hernando {prop} {m} :: given name.
hernia {f} [pathology] :: hernia
herniación {f} :: herniation
herniarse {v} :: to herniate
herniarse {v} [ironic] :: to get very tired; to rupture oneself; don't inconvenience or trouble yourself to do something. Usually used sarcastically
Herodes {prop} {m} :: Herod (king)
Heródoto {prop} {m} :: Herodotus (ancient historian)
héroe {m} :: hero
heroicamente {adv} :: heroically
heroicidad {f} :: heroicness
heroico {adj} :: heroic
heroína {f} :: heroine
heroína {f} :: heroin
heroinómana {f} :: feminine of heroinómano
heroinómano {adj} :: addicted to heroin
heroinómano {m} :: heroin addict
heroísmo {m} :: heroism
heroísmo {m} :: A heroic action or deed
herpes {mf} :: herpes
herpes simple {m} [pathology] :: herpes simplex
herpesvirus {m} [virology] :: herpesvirus
herpes zóster {m} :: shingles, herpes zoster
herpetiforme {adj} :: herpetiform
herpetología {f} :: herpetology
herpetólogo {m} :: herpetologist (one who studies reptiles, a reptile specialist)
herradero {m} :: The branding of bulls
herradero {m} :: A pen or enclosure used to brand the bulls
herradero {m} :: The time of the year in which the bull-branding takes place
herrador {m} :: farrier (person who trims and shoes horses' hooves)
herradora {f} :: feminine noun of herrador
herradura {f} :: horseshoe
herraj {m} :: charcoal made from the stones of pressed olives
herraje {m} :: ironwork
herramienta {f} :: A tool; an implement
herrar {v} :: to horseshoe, to shoe a horse
herrar {v} :: to brand
herrén {m} :: fodder
herreña {f} :: feminine noun of herreño
herreño {adj} :: Of or from the island of El Hierro in the Canary Islands
herreño {m} :: An inhabitant of the island of El Hierro in the Canary Islands
herrera {f} :: feminine noun of herrero
Herrera {prop} :: surname
herrerana {f} :: feminine noun of herrerano
herrerano {adj} :: Of or from Herrera Province
herrerano {m} :: Someone from Herrera Province
herrería {f} :: ironworker's shop
herrería {f} :: ironworker's workshop
herrería {f} :: ironmonger's
herrería {f} :: ironmongering
herreriano {adj} :: Herrerian
herrerillo {m} :: titmouse
herrerillo común {m} :: The blue tit. A small bird
herrerista {adj} :: Herrerist
herrerista {mf} :: Herrerist
herrero {m} :: blacksmith
Herrero {prop} :: surname
herreruelo {m} :: Type of hat
herrete {m} :: tag
herrete {m} :: aglet, aiglet
herriko {m} :: A bar where members of the abertzale left (Basque nationalists) congregate
herrumbrar {v} :: to rust, go rusty
herrumbre {f} :: rust
herrumbroso {adj} :: rusty
hertciano {adj} :: alternative form of hertziano
hertz {m} :: hertz
hertz {m} :: plural of hertz
hertziano {adj} :: Hertzian
hérula {f} :: feminine noun of hérulo
hérulo {adj} :: Herule
hérulo {m} :: Herule
hervidero {m} :: swarm, crowd, throng
hervidero {m} :: hot spring
hervidero {m} :: breeding ground, hotbed
hervidor {m} :: kettle (for boiling water)
hervir {v} :: to boil
hervor {m} :: boiling
hervor {m} :: liveliness
hervor {m} [archaic] :: animosity
hervor {m} [archaic] :: zeal
hervor {m} [archaic] :: vehemence
hervoroso {adj} :: boiling
hervoroso {adj} :: steamy
Hesíodo {prop} {m} :: Hesiod (greek poet)
hesitación {f} :: hesitation
hesitar {v} [rare] :: to hesitate
Hespérides {prop} {fp} [Greek mythology] :: Hesperides (a group of nymphs)
Hesse {prop} {f} :: Hesse (state)
hessiana {f} :: feminine noun of hessiano
hessiano {adj} :: Hessian
hessiano {m} :: Hessian
hetaira {n} :: hetaera
Hetangiano {prop} {m} :: Hettangian
hete {phrase} :: here you are
hetero- {prefix} :: hetero- (other; different)
hetero {adj} :: hetero
heteroátomo {m} [organic chemistry] :: heteroatom
heteroblástico {adj} [biology] :: heteroblastic
heterocedasticidad {f} :: heteroscedasticity
heterocíclico {adj} [organic chemistry] :: heterocyclic
heterociclo {m} [organic chemistry] :: heterocycle
heterocigosis {f} :: heterozygosis
heterocigótico {adj} :: heterozygous
heterocigoto {m} :: heterozygote
heteróclito {adj} :: heteroclite
heteroconto {m} [biology] :: heterokont
heterocromatina {f} :: heterochromatin
heterocromía {f} :: heterochromia
heterodímero {m} [chemistry] :: heterodimer
heterodontosáurido {m} :: heterodontosaurid
heterodoxia {f} :: heterodoxy
heterodoxo {adj} :: heterodox, unorthodox
heteroflexible {adj} :: heteroflexible
heterogeneidad {f} :: heterogeneity
heterogéneo {adj} :: heterogeneous
heterógeneo {adj} :: heterogeneous
heterónimo {m} [linguistics] :: heteronym (word having the same spelling but different pronunciation)
heteronomía {f} :: heteronomy
heterónomo {adj} :: heteronomous (not autonomous)
heteronormatividad {f} :: heteronormativity
heterosexismo {m} :: heterosexism
heterosexual {adj} :: heterosexual
heterosexual {mf} :: heterosexual
heterosexualidad {f} :: heterosexuality
heterósido {m} :: heteroside
heterótico {adj} :: heterotic
heterótrofo {m} [biology] :: heterotroph
heterótrofo {adj} :: heterotrophic
Hettangiense {prop} {m} :: Hettangian
heurístico {adj} :: heuristic
hevea {f} :: rubber tree
hexaclorobenceno {m} [organic chemistry] :: hexachlorobenzene
hexacoral {m} [zoology] :: hexacoral
hexacosicoron {m} [geometry] :: hexacosichoron, 600-cell
hexadecágono {m} [geometry] :: hexadecagon
hexadecimal {m} :: hexadecimal
hexadecimal {adj} :: hexadecimal
hexaedro {m} :: hexahedron
hexafluoruro {m} [chemistry] :: hexafluoride
hexagonal {adj} :: hexagonal
hexágono {adj} :: hexagonal
hexágono {m} :: hexagon
hexagrama {f} :: hexagram
hexámetro {m} :: hexameter
hexano {m} [organic compound] :: hexane
hexápodo {m} [zoology] :: hexapod
hexápodo {adj} :: hexapod
hexazina {f} [organic compound] :: hexazine
hexeno {m} [organic chemistry] :: hexene
hexilo {m} [organic chemistry] :: hexyl
hexocinasa {f} [enzyme] :: hexokinase
hexokinasa {f} :: alt form hexocinasa
hexoquinasa {f} [enzyme] :: hexokinase
hexosa {f} [carbohydrate] :: hexose
hexosamina {f} [organic compound] :: hexosamine
hey {interj} :: hey!
hez {f} :: dregs, sediment
hez {f} [derogatory] :: scum
hez {f} [in the plural] :: excrement, dung
Hezbolá {prop} {f} :: Hezbollah
HG {initialism} :: Hidalgo (Mexican state)
hialino {adj} :: hyaline
hialoclastita {f} [geology] :: hyaloclastite
hialurónico {adj} :: hyaluronic
hialuronidasa {f} [enzyme] :: hyaluronidase
hiatal {adj} :: hiatal
hiato {m} :: hiatus (a syllable break between two vowels, without an intervening consonant)
hibernación {f} [zoology] :: hibernation
hibernar {v} :: to hibernate
hibisco {m} :: hibiscus
hibridación {f} :: hybridization (act of hybridizing)
hibridación {f} [chemistry] :: hybridization
hibridar {v} :: to hybridise
híbrido {adj} :: hybrid
híbrido {m} :: hybrid
hico {m} :: rope attached to a hammock
hicsa {f} :: feminine noun of hicso
hicso {adj} :: Hykso
hicso {m} :: Hykso
hidalgamente {adv} :: nobly
hidalgo {adj} :: noble
hidalgo {m} :: noble, nobleman
Hidalgo {prop} {m} :: Hidalgo (state)
Hidalgo {prop} :: surname
hidalguense {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the Mexican state of Hidalgo
hidalguía {f} :: the state of being an hidalgo
hidalguillo {m} :: diminutive of hidalgo
hidalguización {f} :: The process of becoming a hidalgo
hideputa {m} :: SOB, son of a bitch
hidra {f} :: hydra (mythical creature)
Hidra {prop} {f} [astronomy] :: Hydra (one of Pluto's moons)
hidrácido {m} [chemistry] :: hydracid
hidracina {f} [chemistry] :: hydrazine
Hidra de Lerna {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: Hydra (mythical serpent)
hidrante {m} :: fire hydrant (a device used by firefighters to obtain water from the main)
hidrargirio {m} :: hydrargyrum
hidratación {f} :: hydration
hidratante {adj} :: hydrating
hidratar {v} :: to moisturize or hydrate
hidrato {m} :: hydrate
hidrato de carbono {m} :: carbohydrate
hidráulicamente {adv} :: hydraulically
hidraulicidad {f} :: hydraulicity
hidraulicidad {f} :: rainfall; availability of water
hidráulico {adj} :: hydraulic
hidrazina {f} [inorganic chemistry] :: hydrazine
hídrico {adj} :: hydrous
hidro- {prefix} :: hydro-
hidroacústica {f} :: underwater acoustics
hidroala {m} :: hydrofoil
hidroavión {m} :: seaplane
hidrobiológico {adj} :: hydrobiological
hidroboración {f} [organic chemistry] :: hydroboration
hidrocálido {adj} :: (of a person) Of or from the Mexican state of Aguascalientes
hidrocanoa {f} :: flying boat
hidrocarburífero {adj} [attributive] :: hydrocarbon
hidrocarburo {m} [organic chemistry] :: hydrocarbon
hidrocefalia {f} :: hydrocephalus
hidroclórico {adj} [chemistry] :: hydrochloric
hidrocodona {f} :: hydrocodone
hidroconformado {m} :: hydroforming
hidrocortisona {f} [steroid hormone] :: hydrocortisone
hidrocristalófono {m} :: hydrocrystalophone, glass harmonica
hidrodeslizador {m} :: airboat; fanboat
hidrodinámica {f} :: hydrodynamics
hidrodinámicamente {adv} :: hydrodynamically
hidrodinámico {adj} :: hydrodynamic
hidroelectricidad {f} :: hydroelectricity
hidroeléctrico {adj} :: hydroelectric
hidrofílico {adj} :: hydrophilic
hidrófilo {adj} :: absorbent, hydrophilic
hidrofluorocarburo {m} :: hydrofluorocarbon
hidrofobicidad {f} :: hydrophobicity
hidrofóbico {adj} :: hydrophobic
hidrófobo {adj} :: hydrophobic
hidrófono {m} :: hydrophone
hidroformilación {f} :: hydroformylation
hidrófugo {adj} :: water-repellent
hidrófugo {adj} :: water-repellent
hidrogel {m} :: hydrogel
hidrogenación {f} :: hydrogenation
hidrogenar {v} [chemistry] :: to hydrogenate
hidrogenasa {f} :: hydrogenase
hidrógeno {m} :: hydrogen
hidrogenosoma {m} [cytology] :: hydrogenosome
hidrogeología {f} :: hydrogeology
hidrogeológico {adj} :: hydrogeological
hidrógrafa {f} :: feminine noun of hidrógrafo
hidrografía {f} :: hydrography
hidrográfico {adj} :: hydrographic
hidrógrafo {m} :: hydrographer
hidrograma {m} :: hydrograph
hidrohalogenación {f} [chemistry] :: hydrohalogenation
hidroide {m} [zoology] :: hydroid
hidrolasa {f} [enzyme] :: hydrolase
hidrólisis {f} :: hydrolysis
hidrolítico {adj} :: hydrolytic
hidrolizar {v} :: to hydrolyse
hidróloga {f} :: feminine noun of hidrólogo
hidrología {f} :: hydrology
hidrológico {adj} :: hydrologic, hydrological
hidrólogo {m} :: hydrologist
hidromasaje {m} :: hydromassage
hidromedusa {f} :: hydromedusa
hidrometeoro {m} :: hydrometeor
hidrometeorológico {adj} :: hydrometeorological
hidrométrico {adj} :: hydrometric
hidrómetro {m} :: hydrometer
hidromiel {m} :: mead
hidroneumático {adj} :: hydropneumatic
hidronimia {f} :: hydronymy
hidrónimo {m} :: hydronym
hidronio {m} :: hydronium
hidropatía {f} :: hydropathy; hydrotherapy
hidropático {adj} :: hydropathic
hidropedal {adj} :: hydropedal
hidropesía {f} [pathology] :: edema
hidrópico {adj} :: hydropic
hidroplaneo {m} :: aquaplaning
hidroplano {m} :: hydroplane
hidroponía {f} :: hydroponics
hidropónico {adj} :: hydroponic
hidroquinona {f} [organic compound] :: hydroquinone
hidrorregulador {adj} :: hydro-regulatory
hidrosanitario {adj} :: hydrosanitary
hidrosfera {f} :: hydrosphere
hidrósfera {f} :: alternative form of hidrosfera
hidrosol {m} :: hydrosol
hidrosoluble {adj} :: water-soluble
hidrostático {adj} :: hydrostatic
hidroterapia {f} :: hydropathy; hydrotherapy
hidroterápico {adj} :: hydropathic
hidrotermal {adj} :: hydrothermal
hidrovía {f} :: waterway
hidroxiapatita {f} :: hydroxyapatite
hidroxibenzaldehído {m} [organic compound] :: methoxybenzaldehyde
hidróxido {m} [chemistry] :: hydroxide
hidroxilación {f} [organic chemistry] :: hydroxylation
hidroxilado {adj} :: hydroxylated
hidroxilasa {f} [enzyme] :: hydroxylase
hidroxilo {m} [chemistry] :: hydroxyl
hidroxiprolina {f} [protein] :: hydroxyproline
hidrozoo {m} [zoology] :: hydrozoan
hidruro {m} [chemistry] :: hydride
hidruro de litio {m} :: lithium hydride
hiedra {f} :: ivy
hiedra terrestre {f} :: ground ivy
hiedra venenosa {f} :: poison ivy
hiel {f} :: bile
hielera {f} :: cooler, portable icebox
hielo {m} :: ice
hielo marino {m} :: sea ice
hielo seco {m} :: dry ice
hiemal {adj} :: of or pertaining to winter
hiemal {m} [astronomy] :: the winter quadrant
hiena {f} :: hyena
hierarquía {f} :: obsolete form of jerarquía
hierático {adj} :: hieratic
hieratismo {m} :: hieratic
hierba {f} :: herb
hierba {f} :: grass, weeds
hierba {f} [slang] :: marijuana
hierba buena {f} :: mint (Mentha spicata)
hierbabuena {f} :: alternative form of hierba buena, mint
hierba de San Juan {f} :: perforate St John's-wort
hierbajo {m} :: weed (bad or unwanted plant)
hierba luisa {f} :: lemon verbena
hierbaluisa {f} :: lemon verbena (shrub, Aloysia triphylla)
hierbatera {f} :: feminine noun of hierbatero
hierbatero {m} :: herbalist; one who sells medicinal herbs
hierbera {f} :: feminine noun of hierbero
hierbero {m} [Cuba, Mexico] :: Someone who sells or cultivates herbs, especially medicinal ones
hierbero {m} [Mexico] :: A medicine man or other healer who uses herbs
hieroglífico {m} :: obsolete form of jeroglífico
hieromonje {m} :: hieromonk
hierosolimitano {adj} :: Jerusalemite
hierosolimitano {m} :: Jerusalemite
hierro {m} :: iron (common, inexpensive metal, having atomic number 26 and symbol Fe, or a material predominantly made of this)
hierro {m} :: branding iron (piece of metal bent into a distinctive shape and used to brand livestock)
hierro {m} [metonymically] :: brand (mark or scar made by burning with a branding iron)
hierro {m} [by extension] :: brand (symbolic identity, represented by a name or logo)
hierro {m} :: iron or steel weapon
hierro {m} :: any of various objects made of iron
Hierro {prop} :: surname
hifa {f} [mycology] :: hypha
hifal {adj} [mycology] :: hyphal
higa {f} :: obscene gesture made by putting the thumb between the index finger and the middle finger
hígado {m} :: liver
higiene {f} :: hygiene
higiénico {adj} :: hygienic
higienista {mf} :: hygienist
higienización {f} :: sterilization
higienizante {adj} :: sanitising
higienizar {v} :: to sanitise
higo {m} :: fig (fruit)
higo {m} [colloquial] :: snatch, pussy (vagina)
higo chumbo {m} :: prickly pear
higrina {f} [organic compound] :: hygrine
higrómetro {m} [meteorology] :: hygrometer (instrument that measures humidity)
higroscópico {adj} :: hygroscopic
Higuchi {prop} :: surname
higuera {f} :: fig tree
higuerilla {f} :: Ricinus, Ricinus communis, castor bean, castor oil plant
higuerilla {f} :: Euphorbia lamarckii
higuerilla {f} :: Euphorbia regis-jubae
higuerón {m} :: The tree Ruprechtia apetala
hija {f} :: daughter; feminine noun of hijo
hijadalgo {f} :: feminine noun of hijodalgo
hija de la chingada {f} :: feminine noun of hijo de la chingada
hija de la verga {f} :: feminine noun of hijo de la verga
hija de puta {f} :: feminine noun of hijo de puta
hija natural {f} :: natural child
hijastra {f} :: stepdaughter
hijastro {m} :: stepchild; stepson (stepdaughter for the feminine form)
hija única {f} :: only child
hijita {f} :: A little daughter, daughterling
hijito {m} :: diminutive of hijo
hijo {m} :: son
hijo {m} :: child (when the gender of the child is unknown)
hijodalgo {m} :: alternative form of hidalgo
hijo de la chingada {m} [Mexico, vulgar, pejorative] :: motherfucker. Literally son of the raped woman
hijo de la verga {m} [Mexico, vulgar, pejorative] :: motherfucker. Literally son of the dick
Hijo del Cielo {m} [historical] :: Son of Heaven (Emperor of China)
hijo de puta {m} [pejorative, vulgar] :: son of a bitch [an objectionable, despicable person and any objectionable thing]
hijo de puta {m} [pejorative, vulgar] :: motherfucker
hijo de puta {interj} [pejorative, vulgar] :: Son of a bitch!
híjole {interj} [Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Bolivia, Ecuador, Nicaragua] :: used to denote surprise or the state of being impressed, similar to wow or whoa
hijo natural {m} :: natural child
hijo pródigo {m} :: prodigal son
hijoputa {m} [pejorative, vulgar] :: alternative spelling of hijo de puta
hijoputa {interj} [pejorative, vulgar] :: alternative spelling of hijo de puta
hijoputismo {m} :: bastardness; dickishness
hijo único {m} :: only child
hijuela {m} :: pejorative of hija
hijuelo {m} :: diminutive of hijo
hijuelo {m} [botany] :: layer; shoot
hijueputa {m} [pejorative, vulgar] :: shortened form of hijo de puta
hijueputez {f} :: douchebaggery; dumbfuckery
hijueputilla {m} [vulgar, El Salvador] :: little motherfucker (said of a baby)
hijueputilla {m} [pejorative, vulgar, El Salvador] :: variant of hijo de puta
hilacha {f} :: loose thread, shred of fabric
hiladillo {m} :: thin belt
hilado {m} :: yarn
hiladora {f} :: spinning wheel
hilandera {f} :: spinner (person)
hilandería {f} :: yarn spinning shop or workshop
hilar {v} :: to spin (as with thread)
hilar {v} :: to string together, put together (words, to make coherent sentences)
hilarante {adj} :: funny, hilarious
hilarantemente {adv} :: hilariously
hilaridad {f} :: hilarity
Hilario {prop} :: given name
Hilario {prop} :: surname deriving from the given name
hilatura {f} :: spinning (not on bikes)
Hilda {prop} {f} :: given name, cognate to English Hilda
hilemorfismo {m} [philosophy] :: hylomorphism
hilera {f} :: row, windrow
hilillo {m} :: diminutive of hilo
hilio {m} [anatomy] :: hilum (porta of an organ)
hilito {m} :: diminutive of hilo
hilo {m} :: thread, yarn, string
hilo {m} :: linen
hilo {m} :: edge of something sharp
hilo {m} :: crosshair, reticule
hilo {m} :: "hilo de oro" -a type of stinging jellyfish, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
hilo {m} :: thread (in the internet)
hilo dental {m} :: dental floss
hilomorfismo {m} :: alternative form of hilemorfismo
hilóquero {m} :: giant forest hog
hilván {m} :: basting, tack
hilvanar {v} [sewing] :: to baste
hilvanar {v} [said of someone who speaks or writes] :: to string together
hilvanar {v} :: to outline, to sketch
Himalaya {prop} {m} :: Himalayas (a mountain range of south-central Asia)
himalayo {adj} :: Himalayan
himen {m} :: hymen
himeneo {adj} :: hymeneal
himenio {m} [mycology] :: hymenium
himenoplastia {f} :: hymenoplasty
himenóptero {m} :: hymenopteran
himnario {m} :: hymnal
himno {m} :: hymn
himno {m} :: anthem
himno nacional {m} :: national anthem
hincapié {m} :: stomp (with the foot)
hincapié {m} :: emphasis
hincar {vt} :: to thrust, drive
hincarla {v} [colloquial] :: to croak, snuff it (die)
hincar los codos {v} [idiomatic] :: to put one's nose to the grindstone
hincarse {vr} :: to kneel down
hincha {f} :: hatred
hincha {mf} :: fan (an admirer or aficionado)
Hincha {prop} :: Hinche (commune in Haiti)
hinchable {adj} :: inflatable, blowup
hinchada {f} :: Supporters (collective noun)
hinchado {adj} :: swollen, tightened from enlarging
hinchado {adj} :: arrogant, pompous
hinchamiento {m} :: inflation (expansion in size by injection with a gas)
hinchapelotas {m} [colloquial, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay] :: pain in the ass
hinchar {vt} :: To inflate or fill with air or liquid
hinchar {vt} [figuratively] :: To exaggerate a story
hinchar {v} [vulgar, figuratively] :: To fill someone with anger
hinchar codos {v} [idiomatic] :: to swot up
hincharse {vr} :: To swell, to grow tight as a result of enlarging
hincharse {vr} :: To become overwhelmed with anger
hincharse {vr} :: To pig out; stuff oneself (with food)
hinchazón {f} :: swelling
hindi {m} :: Hindi; one of the official languages of India
hindú {adj} :: Hindu, Hindustani
hindú {adj} :: Indian (of or relating to India or its people)
hindú {mf} :: Hindu, Hindustani
hindú {mf} :: Indian (person form India)
hinduismo {m} :: Hinduism
hinduista {adj} :: Hindu (attributive)
hinduista {mf} :: Hindu
hiniesta {f} :: broom (shrub)
hiniestra {f} [archaic] :: window
hinojo {m} :: fennel
hinojo {m} [formal] :: knee (joint or the region of the joint in the middle part of the leg between the thigh and the shank)
Hinojosa {prop} :: surname
hiogloso {m} :: hyoglossus
hioide {adj} :: hyoid
hioide {m} :: hyoid bone
hioideo {adj} [anatomy] :: hyoid
hioscina {f} :: hyoscine
hipálage {f} [rhetoric, grammar] :: hypallage
hipantio {m} :: hypanthium
hipanto {m} :: hypanthium
hipar {v} :: to hiccup
hipema {m} [ophthalmology] :: hyphema
hiper- {prefix} :: hyper-
hiperaceleración {f} :: hyperacceleration
hiperacelerado {adj} :: hyperaccelerated
hiperactivar {vt} :: to hyperactivate
hiperactividad {f} :: hyperactivity
hiperactivo {adj} :: hyperactive
hiperbárico {adj} :: hyperbaric
hipérbato {m} [grammar, rhetoric] :: hyperbaton
hipérbaton {m} :: alternative form of hipérbato
hipérbola {f} :: hyperbola (geometric curve)
hipérbole {f} :: hyperbole (rhetorical device)
hiperbólicamente {adv} :: hyperbolically
hiperbólico {adj} [geometry] :: hyperbolic
hiperbólico {adj} :: hyperbolic; of or relating to hyperbole
hiperbolizar {v} :: to hyperbolize
hiperboloide {f} :: hyperboloid
Hiperbórea {prop} {f} :: Hyperborea
hipercalórico {adj} :: hypercaloric
hipercataléctico {adj} :: hypercatalectic
hipercolesterolemia {f} [pathology] :: hypercholesterolemia (an excess of cholesterol in the blood)
hipercompetente {adj} :: incredible competent
hipercomunicado {adj} :: extremely well-communicated
hiperconcentración {f} :: hyperconcentration
hiperconectado {adj} :: hyperconnected
hiperconectividad {f} :: hyperconnectivity
hiperconexión {f} :: hyperconnection
hiperconsumo {m} :: hyperconsumption
hipercubo {m} [geometry] :: hypercube (an analogue of a cube in four or more dimensions)
hiperenfocado {adj} :: hyperfocused
hiperenlace {m} [computing] :: link, hyperlink
hiperesfera {f} [geometry] :: hypersphere
hiperespacial {adj} :: hyperspatial
hiperespacio {m} [mathematics] :: hyperspace (Euclidian space with more than three dimensions)
hiperespacio {m} [science fiction] :: hyperspace (space that makes faster-than-light travel possible)
hiperespecialización {f} :: hyperspecialization
hiperestesia {f} :: hyperesthesia
hiperestimulación {f} :: hyperstimulation
hiperestimulado {adj} :: hyperstimulated
hiperexcitabilidad {f} :: hyperexcitability
hipergeométrico {adj} :: hypergeometric
hipergigante {f} :: hypergiant
hiperglobalizado {adj} :: extremely globalized
hiperglucemia {f} :: hyperglycemia
hiperglucemiante {adj} :: hyperglycaemic
hiperglucémico {adj} :: hyperglycemic
hipergólico {adj} :: hypergolic
hipericina {f} [organic compound] :: hypericin
hipérico {m} :: St John's wort
hiperimperialismo {m} [neologism] :: A new phase of imperialism
hiperinflación {f} :: hyperinflation
hiperinflacionario {adj} :: afflicted by hyperinflation
hiperinflacionista {adj} [attributive, ] :: hyperinflation
hiperinflado {adj} :: hyperinflated
Hiperión {prop} {m} [Greek god] :: Hyperion (a Titan, the son of Gaia and Uranus)
Hiperión {prop} {m} [astronomy] :: Hyperion (moon)
hiperlaxitud {f} :: hyperlaxity
hiperlordosis {f} :: hyperlordosis
hipermasculinidad {f} :: hypermasculinity
hipermasculino {adj} :: hypermasculine
hipermedia {f} :: hypermedia
hipermedial {adj} :: hypermedial
hipermercado {m} :: hypermarket
hipermetilación {f} :: hypermethylation
hipermétrico {adj} :: hypermetric
hipermétrope {adj} :: longsighted
hipermetropía {f} :: hyperopia, longsightedness
hipermnesia {f} :: hypermnesia
hipermoderno {adj} :: hypermodern
hipermusculado {adj} :: extremely muscular
hiperón {m} :: hyperon
hiperónimo {m} :: hypernym
hiperosmolar {adj} :: hyperosmolar
hiperparatiroidismo {m} :: hyperparathyroidism
hiperpigmentación {f} :: hyperpigmentation
hiperplano {m} :: hyperplane
hiperplasia {f} :: hyperplasia
hiperplasticidad {f} :: hyperplasticity
hiperpolarización {f} :: hyperpolarization
hiperpresidencialista {mf} :: A supporter of neopresidencialismo
hiperqueratosis {f} :: hyperkeratosis
hiperreactividad {f} :: hyperreactivity
hiperreal {adj} :: hyperreal
hiperrealidad {f} :: hyperreality
hiperrealismo {m} :: hyperrealism
hiperrealista {adj} :: hyperrealist
hiperregulatorio {adj} :: hyper-regulatory
hipersecreción {f} :: hypersecretion
hipersensibilidad {f} :: hypersensitivity
hipersensible {adj} :: Extremely sensitive
hipersexualización {f} :: hypersexualization
hipersexualizado {adj} :: hypersexualized
hipersomnia {f} :: hypersomnia
hipersónico {adj} :: hypersonic
hipersueño {m} [science fiction] :: hypersleep
hipersuperficie {f} :: hypersurface
hipertensión {f} :: hypertension
hipertensivo {adj} :: hypertensive
hipertenso {adj} :: hypertensive
hipertermia {f} :: hyperthermia
hipertexto {m} :: hypertext (document)
hipertextual {adj} :: hypertextual
hipertiroidismo {m} [pathology] :: hyperthyroidism
hipertrofia {f} [medicine] :: hypertrophy
hipertrofiar {vr} :: to hypertrophy
hipertrófico {adj} :: hypertrophic
hipervelocidad {f} :: hyperspeed
hiperventilación {f} :: hyperventilation
hiperventilar {vi} :: to hyperventilate
hipervínculo {m} [computing] :: link, hyperlink
hipervisible {adj} :: Highly visible
hipervisor {m} :: hypervisor
hip hip hurra {interj} :: hip hip hooray (an exclamation of congratulations)
hípica {f} :: horse racing
hípico {adj} :: equine
hípico {adj} :: equestrian
hipismo {m} :: horse racing
Hipnos {prop} {m} [Greek god] :: Hypnos (Greek god of sleep)
hipnosis {f} :: hypnosis
hipnoterapeuta {mf} :: hypnotherapist
hipnótico {adj} :: hypnotic, mesmerizing
hipnótico {m} :: hypnotic (a sleep-inducing drug)
hipnotismo {m} :: hypnotism
hipnotizador {adj} :: hypnotic
hipnotizador {m} :: hypnotist
hipnotizadora {f} :: feminine noun of hipnotizador
hipnotizante {adj} :: hypnotizing; hypnotic
hipnotizar {v} :: to hypnotize
hipo- {prefix} :: hypo-
hipo {m} :: hiccup
hipo {m} :: longing
hipoacusia {f} :: hearing loss
hipoalergénico {adj} :: hypoallergenic
hipobromito {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: hypobromite
hipocalcemia {f} :: hypocalcaemia
hipocalórico {adj} :: hypocaloric
hipocampal {adj} :: hippocampal
hipocampo {m} [anatomy] :: hippocampus
hipocampo {m} [zoology] :: sea horse
hipocampo {m} [Greek mythology] :: hippocamp; hippocampus
hipocausto {m} :: hypocaust
hipocentro {m} [geology] :: hypocentre
hipocicloide {f} [geometry] :: hypocycloid
hipoclorador {m} :: hypochlorite generator
hipoclorito {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: hypochlorite
hipocondría {f} :: hypochondria
hipocondriaco {adj} :: alternative form of hipocondríaco
hipocondriaco {m} :: alternative form of hipocondríaco
hipocondríaco {adj} :: hypochondriac (affected by hypochondria)
hipocondríaco {m} :: hypochondriac (person affected by hypochondria)
hipocondrio {m} [anatomy] :: hypochondrium
hipocorístico {m} :: hypocorism
hipocorístico {adj} :: hypocoristic
hipocrático {adj} :: Hippocratic
hipocresía {f} :: hypocrisy
hipócrita {adj} :: hypocritical
hipócrita {mf} :: hypocrite (person practising hypocrisy)
hipócritamente {adv} :: hypocritically
hipodérmico {adj} :: hypodermic
hipodermis {f} :: hypodermis
hipódromo {m} :: hippodrome
hipódromo {m} :: racetrack
hipoestesia {f} :: hypoesthesia
hipofisario {adj} :: hypophyseal
hipófisis {f} [anatomy] :: hypophysis
hipogástrico {adj} :: hypogastric
hipogastrio {m} [anatomy] :: hypogastrium
hipogeo {m} :: hypogeum
hipógina {f} :: hypogyn
hipoglicemia {f} :: hypoglycemia
hipogloso {adj} [anatomy] :: hypoglossal
hipogloso {m} :: Atlantic halibut
hipoglucemia {f} :: hypoglycemia
hipogonadismo {m} :: hypogonadism
hipogrifo {m} :: hippogriff
Hipólito {prop} {m} :: given name
Hipólito {prop} {m} :: surname
hipología {f} :: hippology
hipomanía {f} :: hypomania
hipomasculinidad {f} :: hypomasculinity
hiponatremia {f} :: hyponatremia
hiponeuston {m} :: hyponeuston
hipónimo {m} :: hyponym
hiponitrito {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: hyponitrite
hipoperfusión {f} :: hypoperfusion
hipoplasia {f} :: hypoplasia
hipopotámido {m} :: Hippopotamid
hipopótamo {m} :: hippopotamus
hipopotasemia {f} :: hypokalemia
hipospadia {f} :: alt form hipospadias
hipospadias {m} [medicine] :: hypospadias
hipóstasis {f} :: hypostasis
hipostático {adj} :: hypostatic
hipóstila {f} :: hypostyle
hipotalámico {adj} :: hypothalamic
hipotálamo {m} [anatomy] :: hypothalamus
hipoteca {f} :: mortgage
hipotecar {v} :: to mortgage
hipotecario {adj} :: mortgage (attributive)
hipotenar {adj} [anatomy] :: hypothenar
hipotensión {f} :: hypotension
hipotenso {adj} :: having low blood pressure
hipotenusa {f} [geometry] :: hypotenuse
hipotermia {f} [pathology] :: hypothermia
hipotérmico {adj} :: hypothermic
hipótesis {f} :: hypothesis
hipotéticamente {adv} :: hypothetically
hipotético {adj} :: hypothetical
hipotetizar {v} :: to hypothesize
hipotiroidismo {m} [pathology] :: hypothyroidism (insufficient production of thyroid hormone)
hipotonía {f} :: hypotonia
hipotrocoide {f} [geometry] :: hypotrochoid
hipoventilación {f} :: hypoventilation
hipovitaminosis {f} :: hypovitaminosis
hipovolemia {f} :: hypovolemia
hipovolémico {adj} :: hypovolemic
hipoxantina {f} [organic compound] :: hypoxanthine
hipoxemia {f} [medicine] :: hypoxemia
hipoxia {f} :: hypoxia
hipóxico {adj} :: hypoxic
hippie {mf} :: hippie
hippy {m} :: hippy
hipsómetro {m} :: hypsometer
hipster {m} :: hipster
hipsteriano {adj} [attributive] :: hipster
Hirano {prop} :: surname
Hircania {prop} {f} :: Hyrcania
hiriente {adj} :: injurious
hirsutismo {m} :: hirsuteness
hirsuto {adj} :: hirsute; hairy
hirudíneo {m} :: leech
hirviente {adj} :: boiling
hirviente {adj} :: enraged
hisóloga {f} :: feminine noun of histólogo
hisopar {v} :: to spray or sprinkle with an aspergillium
hisopillo {m} :: savory (herb)
hisopo {m} :: hyssop
hisopo {m} :: aspergillium
hisopo {m} [by extension] :: cotton swab, abbreviation of hisopo de algodon
hisp. {adj} :: abbreviation of hispánico
hispalense {adj} :: Sevillian, Sevillan
hispalense {mf} :: Sevillian, Sevillan
hispánico {adj} :: Hispanic (of or relating to Spain)
hispánico {adj} :: Hispanic (of or relating to Spanish-speaking language or culture)
hispánico {adj} :: Hispanic (of or relating to Hispania or the historical Iberian region)
hispanidad {f} :: Spanishness
hispanidad {f} :: The Spanish or Hispanic world
hispanismo {m} :: Hispanicism (a Spanish language item as it appears in another language)
hispanista {mf} :: Hispanist
hispanización {f} :: Hispanicization
hispanizar {vt} :: to Hispanicize
hispano {adj} :: Spanish
hispano {adj} :: Hispano-American
hispano {adj} :: Spanish or Hispano-American and living in the United States
Hispanoamérica {prop} {f} :: Hispanic America, Spanish America
hispanoamericana {f} :: feminine noun of hispanoamericano
hispanoamericanismo {m} :: Word or phrase found in Latin America
hispanoamericano {adj} :: Hispanic American
hispanoamericano {m} :: Hispanic American
hispanoárabe {adj} :: Hispano-Arabic
hispanoargentino {adj} :: Spanish-Argentine
hispanobritánica {f} :: feminine noun of hispanobritánico
hispanobritánico {adj} :: Hispano-British
hispanobritánico {m} :: Hispano-Brit
hispanocatalán {adj} :: identifying as both Spanish and Catalan
hispanófila {f} :: feminine noun of hispanófilo
hispanófilo {m} :: Hispanophile
hispano-francés {adj} :: Hispano-French
hispanofrancés {adj} :: alternative spelling of hispano-francés
hispanoguineano {adj} :: Spanish Guinean
hispanoguineano {m} :: Spanish Guinean
hispanohablante {mf} :: Spanish-speaker, Hispanophone
hispano-italiano {adj} :: Hispano-Italian
hispanomarroquí {adj} :: Hispano-Moroccan
hispanomarroquí {mf} :: Spanish Moroccan
hispanomedievalismo {m} :: Hispanomedievalism, the study of medieval Spain
hispanomedievalista {adj} :: hispanomedievalist, relating to the study of medieval Spain
hispanomedievalista {mf} :: hispanomedievalist, a scholar who studies medieval Spain
hispanomusulmán {m} :: Spanish Muslim
hispanoparlante {adj} :: Hispanophone: Spanish-speaking
hispano-portugués {adj} :: Hispano-Portuguese
hispanorromano {adj} [historiography] :: Hispano-Roman
hispanovenezolana {f} :: feminine noun of hispanovenezolano
hispanovenezolano {adj} :: Spanish-Venezuelan
hispir {vt} :: to make spongy, become spongy
hispir {vi} :: to swell
histamina {f} :: histamine
histaminasa {f} [enzyme] :: histaminase
histerectomía {f} [surgery] :: hysterectomy
histéresis {f} :: hysteresis
histeria {f} :: hysteria
histéricamente {adv} :: hysterically
histérico {adj} :: hysterical (of, or arising from hysteria)
histerismo {m} :: hysteria
histeroscopia {f} :: hysteroscopy
histidina {f} [amino acid] :: histidine
histiocitosis {f} :: histiocytosis
histo- {prefix} :: histo-
histocompatibilidad {f} :: histocompatibility
histograma {m} :: histogram
histología {f} [biology] :: histology
histológicamente {adv} :: histologically
histológico {adj} :: histologic, histological
histólogo {m} :: histologist
histona {f} [protein] :: histone
histopatología {f} :: histopathology
histopatológico {adj} :: histopathological
historia {f} :: history
historia {f} :: story (a sequence of events)
historia {f} :: The letter H in the Spanish phonetic alphabet
historiador {m} :: historian
historiadora {f} :: feminine noun of historiador
historial {m} :: record (such as a person's criminal, work, or clinical record)
historiar {v} :: to depict (history), write down a history
históricamente {adv} :: historically
historicidad {f} :: historicity
historicismo {m} :: historicism
historicista {adj} :: historicist
histórico {adj} :: historical (concerning recorded history)
histórico {adj} :: historical (in accordance with the past)
histórico {adj} :: historic (having significance in history)
historieta {f} :: anecdote
historieta {f} :: cartoon
historietista {mf} :: cartoonist
historiógrafa {f} :: feminine noun of historiógrafo
historiografía {f} :: historiography
historiográficamente {adv} :: historiographically
historiográfico {adj} :: historiographic
historiógrafo {m} :: historiographer
histrión {m} :: actor, playactor
histriónico {adj} :: histrionic
histrionismo {m} :: Exaggerated behaviour; histrionics, melodramatics
hit {m} :: hit (success)
hitazo {m} :: augmentative of hito
hitchcockiano {adj} :: Hitchcockian
hitchockiano {adj} :: Hitchcockian
hitita {adj} [history] :: Hittite
hitita {mf} [demonym] :: Hittite
hitita {mf} [language] :: Hittite
Hitler {prop} {m} :: Hitler (Adolf Hitler, German dictator)
hitleriano {adj} :: Hitlerian
hitleriano {m} :: Hitlerite
hitlerismo {m} :: Hitlerism
hito {m} :: milestone
hito {m} :: landmark
hiyab {m} :: hijab
hmong {adj} :: Hmong
hmong {mf} :: Hmong
hna. {f} :: feminine noun of hno.
hno. {m} :: abbreviation of hermano
hoacín {m} :: hoatzin
hoatzín {m} :: alt form hoacín
hobbit {m} :: hobbit
hobby {m} :: hobby (activity)
Hochschild {prop} :: surname
hocicar {v} :: to root (with the nose)
hocicar {v} :: to pet; smooch
hocicar {v} :: to fall flat on one's face
hocicar {v} :: to stick one's nose in
hocico {m} :: snout (mouth of a beast)
hocicón {m} [colloquial, Chile, Mexico] :: bigmouth (who talks too much or says things which should not be said)
hocicón {m} :: informer, tattler
hocicona {f} :: feminine noun of hocicón
hocicudo {adj} :: snouted
hocino {m} :: glen, valley
hocino {m} :: gorge, narrows (of a navigable waterway between mountains)
hocino {m} [plural] :: riverside fields or land
hocino {m} [agriculture] :: sickle, billhook
hociquear {v} :: alternative spelling of hocicar
hockey {m} :: hockey
hockey sobre hielo {m} :: ice hockey ; literally, hockey on ice
hoco {m} :: curassow
hogaño {adv} :: these days
hogaño {adv} [colloquial] :: this year
hogar {m} :: home
hogar {m} :: housekeeping
hogar {m} :: hearth
hogar {m} :: homeland
hogareño {adj} [attributive] :: home, house
hogareño {adj} :: cosy, homely
hogareño {adj} :: home-loving
hogaril {m} [Murcia] :: hearth, fireplace
hogaza {f} :: loaf
hoguera {f} :: campfire
hoguera {f} :: bonfire
hoja {f} :: leaf (usually green and flat organ that is the most prominent feature of most vegetative plants)
hoja {f} :: petal (an often brightly coloured component of the corolla of a flower)
hoja {f} :: blade (narrow leaf of a grass or cereal)
hoja {f} :: pad (floating leaf of a water lily or similar plant)
hoja {f} :: sheet, leaf (piece of paper, usually rectangular)
hoja {f} :: page (one of the many pieces of paper bound together within a book)
hoja {f} :: form (blank document or template to be filled in by the user)
hoja {f} :: foil
hoja {f} :: blade (sharp cutting edge of a knife, sword, etc.)
hoja {f} :: pane (individual sheet of glass in a window)
hoja {f} :: side (of bacon)
hoja de higo {m} :: fig leaf
hoja de ruta {f} :: waybill
hoja de té {f} :: tea leaf
hojalata {f} :: sheet-metal
hojalata {f} :: tinplate
hojalatera {f} :: whitesmith, tinsmith
hojalatería {f} :: tinware
hojalatería {f} :: tinsmith's shop
hojalatería {f} :: tinwork
hojalatero {m} :: whitesmith, tinsmith
hojalde {m} :: puff pastry
hojaldrar {v} :: to make into puff pastry
hojaldre {m} :: puff pastry
hojarasca {f} :: leaf storm
hojarasca {f} :: foliage
hojarasca {f} :: leaf litter
hojarasca {f} :: rubbish
hojear {v} :: to page or leaf through; to skim
hojilla {f} :: diminutive of hoja
hojita {f} :: diminutive of hoja
hojoso {adj} :: leafy; leaflike
hojuela {f} :: a little leaf
hojuela {f} :: flake (such as a cornflake)
hojuela {f} :: a hojuela, a sweet pastry
hola {interj} :: hello, hi
holán {m} [Latin America] :: frill, ruffle (strip of pleated material used as decoration)
holanda {f} :: A fine linen used for making shirts
holanda {f} :: A small sheet of paper used for serving pastries
Holanda {prop} {f} :: Holland, the Netherlands
Holanda Septentrional {prop} {f} :: North Holland (province of the Netherlands)
holandés {adj} :: Dutch (from or native to the Netherlands)
holandés {adj} :: Dutch (pertaining to the Netherlands)
holandés {m} :: a Dutchman
holandés {m} :: the Dutch language as spoken in the Netherlands
holandesa {f} :: feminine noun of holandés
Holandés Volador {prop} {m} [nautical folklore] :: Flying Dutchman (mythical ghost ship)
holando {m} :: Holando (cow breed)
hold {m} [baseball] :: hold
holding {m} :: holding company
holdout {m} [baseball] :: holdout
holgadamente {adv} :: comfortably, easily
holgado {adj} [clothes] :: baggy, loose-fitting
holgado {adj} :: loose, vague
holgado {adj} :: comfortable [e.g. comfortable victory]
holgado {adj} :: well-off, well-to-do (having enough money)
holganza {f} :: rest; time out
holganza {f} :: lazing about
holgar {v} :: to rest (after labor), be idle
holgazán {adj} :: loafing
holgazán {m} :: loafer, lazybones
holgazana {f} :: feminine noun of holgazán
holgazanear {v} :: to laze about, loaf about
holgazanear {v} :: to veg out, veg
holgazanear {v} :: to lounge
holgazanería {f} :: laggardness, idleness
holgorio {m} :: archaic spelling of jolgorio
Holguín {prop} :: Holguín (province)
Holguín {prop} :: Holguín (municipality)
Holguín {prop} :: Holguín (city)
holguinera {f} :: feminine of holguinero
holguinero {adj} :: Of or from Holguín, Cuba
holguinero {m} :: Someone from Holguín, Cuba
holgura {f} :: looseness, bagginess
holgura {f} :: state of being well-off
holismo {m} :: holism
holístico {adj} :: holistic
hollar {v} :: to tread, trample
hollejo {m} :: The skin or membrane covering some fruits and seeds, such as grapes, beans, etc
hollejo {m} :: The solid remains of fruit after pressing; pomace, marc
hollín {m} :: soot
hollinoso {adj} :: sooty
Hollywood {prop} {m} :: Hollywood (area of Los Angeles)
Hollywood {prop} {m} :: Hollywood (the American motion picture industry)
hollywoodense {adj} :: Hollywoodesque
hollywoodiense {adj} :: alternative form of hollywoodense
holmio {m} :: holmium
holo- {prefix} :: holo-
holocarboxilasa {f} [enzyme] :: holocarboxylase
holocausto {m} :: holocaust
Holocausto {prop} {m} :: Holocaust (the mass murder of Jews and other groups by the Nazi regime during World War II)
holocracia {f} :: holacracy
holocubierta {f} :: holodeck
holoenzima {f} [enzyme] :: holoenzyme
holografía {f} :: holograph
holográfico {adj} :: holographic
holograma {m} :: hologram
holomíctico {adj} :: holomictic
holomorfa {adj} :: holomorphic
holónimo {m} :: holonym
holonomía {f} :: holonomy
holoplancton {m} [biology] :: holoplankton
holotipo {m} :: holotype
holotúrido {m} [zoology] :: holothurian
holoturoideo {m} :: sea cucumber, holothuroidean (marine echinoderm)
hombrada {f} :: manly act
hombrazo {m} :: A big man; a machoman
hombre {m} :: Man, in the sense of adult male human
hombre {m} :: Man, in the sense of all humans collectively; mankind, humankind
hombre {m} [anthropology, archaeology, paleontology] :: man, in the sense of an individual of the species Homo sapiens, the genus Homo, or the subtribe Hominina
hombre {m} [colloquial] :: Husband
hombre {m} :: a top in male-male sex
hombre {m} :: a 17th century card game also called ombre
hombre {interj} :: Man!
hombre {interj} :: Hey!
hombre {interj} :: Oh, come on!
hombrear {v} :: to act like a grown-up
hombrear {v} :: to act tough
hombrear {v} :: to shoulder (push with the shoulder(s))
hombrear {v} :: to try to keep up with
hombrecillo {m} :: diminutive of hombre, a small man
hombrecito {m} :: diminutive of hombre, small man
hombre de Dios {m} :: a man of God, a godly man
hombre de Dios {m} :: a minister
hombre de Dios {m} :: a priest
hombre de guerra {m} :: a man of war, a military man
hombre de letras {m} :: man of letters, a literary man
hombre del mundo {m} :: man of the world (worldly man)
hombre del saco {m} :: sack man
hombre del tiempo {m} :: weatherman
hombre de negocios {m} :: a businessman
hombre de paja {m} :: straw man, figurehead, front man
hombre de paja {m} :: straw man, scarecrow
hombre de pelo en pecho {m} [idiomatic] :: a real man
hombre gamba {m} :: a man with a nice body but an ugly head
hombre lobo {m} :: werewolf
hombrelobo {m} :: werewolf
hombre orquesta {m} :: factotum
hombre prevenido vale por dos {proverb} :: forewarned is forearmed
hombrera {f} :: shoulder patch
hombrera {f} :: shoulder padding
hombrera {f} :: shoulderpad
hombre rana {m} :: frogman
hombretón {m} :: A large or muscular man
hombría {f} :: manhood
hombría {f} :: manliness
hombrillo {m} :: shoulder pad
hombrillo {m} :: shoulder patch
hombrillo {m} [Venezuela] :: hard shoulder
hombro {m} :: shoulder
hombrón {m} [colloquial] :: augmentative of hombre: a big or strong man
hombruna {f} :: tomboy, masculine-looking woman
hombruno {adj} [ladies, ladies' articles] :: unconventionally or unexpectedly masculine in deportment or appearance
home cinema {m} :: home cinema (system)
homenaje {m} :: homage, tribute
homenajear {vt} :: to pay homage or tribute to
homeo- {prefix} :: homeo-
homeoestasis {f} :: homeostasis
homeomorfismo {m} :: homeomorphism
homeomorfo {adj} :: homeomorphous
homeomorfo {m} :: homeomorph
homeópata {mf} :: homeopath
homeopatía {f} :: homeopathy
homeopático {adj} :: homeopathic
homeostático {adj} :: homeostatic
homeótico {adj} :: homoeotic
homérico {adj} :: Homeric
Homero {prop} {m} :: Homer (poet)
Homero {prop} {m} :: given name
homiciana {f} [obsolete] :: killer, murderer
homiciano {m} [obsolete] :: killer, murderer
homicida {adj} :: murderous, homicidal
homicida {mf} :: murderer
homicidio {m} :: homicide
homicidio {m} :: manslaughter
homilía {f} :: homily
homínido {m} :: hominid
hominino {m} :: hominin
hominoideo {adj} :: hominoid
hominoideo {m} :: hominoid
homo- {prefix} :: homo-
homo {adj} :: homo (homosexual)
homoafectivo {adj} :: homoaffective
homocedasticidad {f} :: homoscedasticity
homocigosis {f} :: homozygosis
homocigótico {adj} :: homozygous
homocigoto {m} :: homozygote
homodímero {m} [chemistry] :: homodimer
homoerótico {adj} :: homoerotic
homoerotismo {m} :: homoeroticism
homófilo {adj} :: homophyllous
homofobia {f} :: homophobia
homofóbico {adj} :: homophobic
homofóbico {m} :: homophobe
homófobo {adj} :: homophobic
homófobo {m} :: homophobe
homofonía {f} :: homophony
homófono {adj} :: homophonous (having the same pronunciation)
homófono {adj} [music] :: homophonic (having a single melodic line)
homófono {m} :: homophone (word with the same pronunciation as another)
homogamético {adj} :: homogametic
homogéneamente {adv} :: homogeneously
homogeneidad {f} :: homogeneity
homogeneización {f} :: homogenization
homogeneizador {adj} :: homogenising
homogeneizar {v} :: to homogenize
homogéneo {adj} :: homogeneous
homogenización {f} :: homogenization
homóloga {f} :: counterpart
homologable {adj} :: equivalent, comparable
homologación {f} :: accreditation
homologar {v} :: to standardize
homología {f} [biology] :: homology
homólogo {m} :: counterpart
homólogo {adj} :: homologous
homólogo {adj} [biology] :: homologous
homomorfismo {m} :: homomorphism
homónima {f} :: feminine noun of homónimo
homónimamente {adv} :: homonymously
homonimia {f} :: homonymy
homónimo {adj} :: homonymous
homónimo {m} :: homonym
homoparental {adj} :: same-sex (having parents of the same sex)
homoserina {f} [amino acid] :: homoserine
homosexual {adj} :: homosexual
homosexual {mf} :: homosexual
homosexualidad {f} :: homosexuality
homosexualismo {m} :: homosexualism
homospora {f} [botany] :: homospore
homotecia {f} :: homothecy
homotopía {f} :: homotopy
homotópico {adj} :: homotopic
homúnculo {m} :: homunculus
honda {f} :: sling
hondamente {adv} :: deeply, profoundly
hondero {m} :: slinger
hondísimo {adj} :: superlative of hondo
hondo {adj} :: deep
hondo {adj} :: profound
hondo {adv} :: deeply
hondonada {f} :: low valley, gulley, gully, rift valley
hondura {f} :: depth
Honduras {prop} {m} :: Honduras
hondureña {f} :: feminine noun of hondureño
hondureño {adj} :: Honduran
hondureño {m} :: Honduran
honestamente {adv} :: honestly
honestar {v} :: to honour; to respect
honestar {v} :: to make honest; to make look honest
honestidad {f} :: honesty
honestísimo {adj} :: superlative of honesto
honesto {adj} :: honorable
honesto {adj} [obsolete] :: honest
hongkonés {adj} :: Of or pertaining to Hong Kong, Hongkongese
hongkonés {m} :: Someone from Hong Kong, Hong Konger
Hong Kong {prop} {m} :: Hong Kong (coastal administrative region in south-east China)
hongo {m} :: [Latin America] mushroom
hongo {m} :: fungus
hongo {m} :: bowler hat, or (US) derby
hongos imperfectos {mp} :: fungi imperfecti
Honiara {prop} {f} :: Honiara (the capital of the Solomon Islands)
honor {m} :: honor
honorabilidad {f} :: honourability
honorabilísimo {adj} :: superlative of honorable
honorable {adj} :: honorable
honorablemente {adv} :: honourably
honorar {v} [rare] :: to honor/honour
honoraria {f} :: feminine of honorario
honorario {m} :: honorary, fee
honoríficamente {adv} :: honorifically
honorífico {adj} :: honorific
Honorio {prop} :: given name
honradamente {adv} :: honorably
honradez {f} :: honesty
honradísimo {adj} :: superlative of honrado
honrado {adj} :: honest, truthful
honrado {adj} :: honored
honrado {adj} :: honorable
honrar {v} :: to honor
honrilla {f} :: diminutive of honra
honrosamente {adv} :: honorably
honrosísimo {adj} :: superlative of honroso
honroso {adj} :: honourable
hoodie {f} :: hoodie
hooligan {mf} :: hooligan
hopanoide {m} :: hopanoid
hopi {adj} :: Hopi
hopi {m} :: Hopi (language)
hoplita {m} :: hoplite
hora {f} :: hour
hora {f} :: time
horaciano {adj} :: Horatian
Horacio {prop} {m} :: Horace (poet)
Horacio {prop} {m} :: given name
horadar {v} :: to bore, tunnel
hora de verdad {f} [idiom] :: moment of truth
horado {m} :: a hole or other perforation that crosses something from side to side, or that crosses all of its parts
horado {m} :: cavern
hora muerte {f} [idiomatic] :: dead time; down time
hora pico {f} [Latin America] :: rush hour
hora punta {f} :: rush hour
horario {adj} :: hourly
horario {adj} [attributive] :: hour, time
horario {m} :: timetable, schedule
horario {m} :: hours
horario {m} :: time
horario de verano {m} :: daylight saving time
Hora Universal Coordinada {prop} {f} :: Coordinated Universal Time
horca {f} :: gallows
horca {f} :: pitchfork
horcajadas {n} :: only in a horcajadas
horchata {f} :: horchata (sweet beverage)
horchatería {f} :: an establishment that sells horchata
horcón {m} :: pitchfork
horda {f} :: horde
hordio {m} [archaic] :: barley
horeca {m} :: the hotel and catering industry
horita {f} :: diminutive of hora
horizontal {adj} :: horizontal
horizontalidad {f} :: flatness
horizontalizar {v} :: to horizontalize
horizontalmente {adv} :: horizontally
horizonte {m} :: horizon
horizonte de eventos {m} [astrophysics] :: event horizon
horizonte de sucesos {m} [astrophysics] :: event horizon
horma {f} :: form, mold
horma {f} :: shoe tree
horma {f} :: hat block
hormiga {f} :: ant
hormiga león {f} :: antlion
hormigo {m} :: porridge (usually from maize)
hormigo {m} :: A type of cake
hormigón {m} :: concrete (building material)
hormigonar {v} :: to concrete (to cover with concrete)
hormigón armado {m} :: reinforced concrete
hormigonera {f} :: cement mixer
hormiguear {vi} :: to give or provoke pins and needles
hormiguear {vi} :: to swarm
hormigueo {m} :: tingling sensation, pins and needles
hormiguerito {m} :: antwren
hormiguero {m} :: anthill
hormiguero {m} :: ant colony
hormiguero {m} [figuratively] :: place with lots of people
hormiguero {adj} [attributive] :: ant
hormiguero {adj} :: ant-eating
hormiguero {adj} :: ant-like
hormiguilla {f} :: diminutive of hormiga
hormiguilla {f} :: pins and needles
hormiguita {f} :: diminutive of hormiga; small ant
hormona {f} :: hormone
hormonal {adj} :: hormonal
hormonas de sexo {f} :: sex hormone
hornabeque {m} :: hornwork
hornablenda {f} :: hornblende
hornacina {f} :: recess (inset)
hornada {f} :: batch
hornado {m} :: roast pig
hornalla {f} :: stove heating element; burner
hornazo {m} :: A meat pie made with pork loin, chorizo and hard-boiled eggs
hornblenda {f} :: alternative form of hornablenda
hornblendita {f} :: hornblendite
hornear {v} :: to bake
hornilla {f} :: hob; hotplate
hornillo {m} :: hotplate
hornista {mf} :: hornist
horno {m} :: oven
horno {m} :: furnace
horno {m} :: a very hot place
horno de microondas {m} :: microwave oven, microwave
Horologium {prop} [constellation] :: Horologium (constellation)
horóptera {f} :: horopter
horóscopo {m} :: horoscope (astrological forecast)
horqueta {f} :: pitchfork
horqueta {f} [botany] :: fork (of tree)
horquilla {f} :: hairpin, hairpin turn
horquilla {f} :: fork [of a bicycle]
horquilla {f} :: garden fork, pitchfork
horquilla {f} :: telephone cradle
horquillado {m} [photography] :: bracketing
horrendo {adj} :: horrendous, horrific, dreadful, awful
hórreo {m} :: granary (storehouse)
hórreo {m} :: An isolated, rectangular, wooden or rock building supported by columns, characteristic of the northwest of the Iberian peninsula and typically used to store grain or other agricultural produce
horrible {adj} :: horrible
horriblemente {adv} :: horribly
hórrido {adj} :: horrid; horrible
horripilante {adj} :: horrifying, shocking, ghastly, grisly
horripilar {v} :: to horrify
horrísono {adj} :: horrendous; frightful
horro {adj} :: free (not imprisoned or enslaved)
horro {adj} [of cattle that are given to dignitaries of the region] :: maintained at the expense of the owners or ranchers
horro {adj} [of a cigarette or snuff] :: low-quality
horror {m} :: horror
horrorífico {adj} :: horrific
horrorizado {adj} :: aghast; horrified
horrorizar {v} :: to horrify
horrorosamente {adv} :: horrifyingly
horroroso {adj} :: horrible
hortaliza {f} :: vegetable
hortelano {m} :: ortolan
hortensia {f} :: hydrangea
Hortensia {prop} {f} :: given name
hortera {adj} :: tasteless, gaudy, tacky, cheesy
hortera {f} :: a wooden pot
hortera {mf} :: a tasteless person
hortera {mf} [Madrid] :: assistant in a shop
horterada {f} :: vulgarity, insipidity, cheesiness (quality of bad taste)
hortícola {adj} :: horticultural
horticultor {m} :: horticulturist
horticultora {f} :: (female) horticulturist
horticultura {f} :: horticulture
hortigranjero {adj} [attributive] :: farming; from a vegatable garden
hortofrutícola {adj} :: of or relating to fruit and vegetable farming
hortofruticultura {m} :: fruit and vegetable farming
Horus {prop} {m} [Egyptian mythology] :: Horus
hoscamente {adv} :: sullenly
hosco {adj} :: sullen, surly
hospedador {m} [biology] :: host
hospedadora {f} :: feminine noun of hospedador
hospedaje {m} :: lodging; accommodations
hospedante {m} [biology] :: host (cell or organism which harbors another organism)
hospedar {v} :: to lodge, to stay
hospedarse {v} :: reflexive of hospedar
hospedera {f} :: feminine noun of hospedero
hospedería {f} :: hospice
hospedero {m} :: host (person in charge of guests)
hospedero {m} [biology] :: host (organism that harbors a parasitic, a mutual, or a commensal symbiont)
hosperdera {f} :: feminine noun of hospedero
hospicio {m} :: hospice
hospital {m} :: hospital
hospitalariamente {adv} :: hospitably
hospitalario {adj} [attributive] :: hospital
hospitalario {adj} :: hospitable
hospitalario {m} :: one of the Knights Hospitaller
hospitalense {adj} :: From L'Hospitalet de Llobregat
hospitalense {mf} :: Someone from L'Hospitalet de Llobregat
Hospitalet de Llobregat {prop} {m} :: Hospitalet de Llobregat (city)
hospitalidad {f} :: hospitality
hospitalización {f} :: hospitalization
hospitalizar {v} :: to hospitalize
hospital psiquiátrico {m} :: mental hospital
hosquedad {f} :: sullenness
host {mf} [computing, Internet] :: host (any computer attached to a network)
hostal {m} :: hostel; cheap hotel
hostel {m} :: hostel
hostelería {f} :: catering (the catering trade)
hostelería {f} :: the hostel industry
hostelero {adj} :: Of or pertaining to an inn
hostelero {m} :: innkeeper
hostería {f} :: hostel
hostia {f} :: communion, communion wafer, wafer, host (religious token)
hostia {f} [vulgar, Spain] :: a punch or a slap
hostia {interj} [vulgar, Spain] :: jeez (expression of surprise)
hostia {interj} [vulgar, Spain] :: fuck!
hostias {interj} :: alternative spelling of hostia
hostigador {m} :: skirmisher
hostigamiento {m} :: harassment
hostigar {v} :: to lash
hostigar {v} :: to harass
hostigar {v} :: to pester
hostil {adj} :: hostile
hostilidad {f} :: hostility
hostilizar {vt} :: to pester, to harass
hostilmente {adv} :: hostilely
hot {adj} :: hot; sexy
hotcake {m} :: hotcake
hot dog {m} [Mexico] :: hot dog [the complete snack, never just the sausage]
hotdog {m} :: hot dog
hotel {m} :: hotel
hotelazo {m} :: great hotel, top-class hotel
hotelera {f} :: hotelier
hotelería {f} :: catering (the catering trade)
hotelería {f} :: the hostel or hotel industry
hotelero {m} :: hotelier
hotelito {m} :: diminutive of hotel; small hotel
hotelucho {m} :: lousy hotel
hotentote {m} :: Hottentot (people and language)
hotspot {m} :: hot spot
house {m} :: house music, house
houstoniana {f} :: feminine noun of houstoniano
houstoniano {adj} :: Houstonian
houstoniano {m} :: Houstonian
hoy {adv} :: today
hoyada {f} :: depression; cavity; hollow
hoyazo {m} :: augmentative of hoyo
hoy día {adv} :: alternative form of hoy en día
hoy en día {adv} [idiomatic] :: Nowadays; these days; in the present time or era
hoyo {m} :: hole
hoyo {m} [golf] :: hole
hoyo negro {m} :: black hole (celestial body)
hoyoso {adj} :: holey; riddled with holes
hoy por hoy {adv} [idiom] :: for the time being
hoy por ti, mañana por mi {phrase} [idiomatic] :: you scratch my back and I'll scratch yours
hoyuelo {m} :: dimple
hoz {f} :: sickle
hozar {vt} :: to root, to dig with the snout
hoz y martillo {m} :: hammer and sickle
Hrodna {prop} {f} :: Grodno (city)
huaca {f} :: A relic in Inca culture
huacal {m} :: alternative form of guacal
huacalito {m} :: diminutive of huacal
huacatay {m} [Peru] :: black mint (Tagetes minuta)
huachafita {f} :: diminutive of huachafa
huachafo {adj} [slang, chiefly Peru, also Ecuador, Chile, Argentina] :: Of or pertaining to a person or object resulting from poor taste, not fashionable, bad personal manners or bad habits
huachana {f} :: feminine noun of huachano
huachano {adj} :: Of or from the city of Huacho in Peru
huachano {m} :: An inhabitant of the city of Huacho in Peru
huachicol {m} [Mexico] :: An adulterated alcoholic drink
huachicol {m} [Mexico] :: Stolen and adulterated gasoline
huachicolera {f} :: feminine noun of huachicolero
huachicolero {m} [Mexico] :: One who sells adulterated (possibly stolen) gasoline outside of normal distribution channels
huachimán {m} :: alternative form of guachimán
huachinango {m} [Mexico] :: alternative form of guachinango
huacho {adj} :: alternative form of guacho
huacho {m} :: alternative form of guacho
huaco {m} [Peru, Chile, Ecuador] :: relic from the indigenous people
huaconada {f} :: A ritual dance from Huanca, Peru
huaico {m} [Peru] :: landslide; mudslide
huaicochera {f} :: feminine noun of huaicochero
huaicochero {adj} :: of or pertaining to Athletic Club Barnechea
huaicochero {m} :: Someone connected to Athletic Club Barnechea, as a player, coach, fan etc
huaino {m} :: alternative spelling of huayno
huambra {m} [Peru, Ecuador] :: boy, lad
huanaco {m} :: alternative form of guanaco
huanca {adj} :: Wanca
huanca {mf} :: Wanca
huancaína {f} :: feminine noun of huancaíno
huancaíno {adj} :: Of or from Huancayo
huancaíno {m} :: Someone from Huancayo
huancavelicana {f} :: feminine noun of huancavelicano
huancavelicano {adj} :: Of or from Huancavelica
huancavelicano {m} :: Someone from Huancavelica
huancavilca {adj} :: Of the southern Manteño civilization
huancavilca {mf} :: A member of the southern Manteño civilization
Huancayo {prop} :: Huancayo (city)
Huang He {prop} {m} :: Huang He (a river of northern China)
huanuqueña {f} :: feminine noun of huanuqueño
huanuqueño {adj} :: Of or from Huánuco
huanuqueño {m} :: Someone from Huánuco
huapanguero {adj} [attributive] :: huapango
huarache {m} [Mexico] :: sandal
huarache {m} [Mexico] :: A Mexican dish made of masa topped with various foods, usually including beans, nopales and salsa
huarachuda {f} :: feminine noun of huarachudo
huarachudo {m} [Mexico, pejorative] :: bumpkin
Huaraz {prop} :: Huaraz (city)
huargo {m} :: warg
huari {adj} :: Wari
huari {mf} :: Wari
huarique {m} [Peru, colloquial] :: hiding place
huarizo {m} :: huarizo
huarmeyana {f} :: feminine noun of huarmeyano
huarmeyano {adj} :: Of or from Huarmey
huarmeyano {m} :: Someone from Huarmey
huarpe {adj} :: Huarpe; Warpe
huarpe {mf} :: Huarpe; Warpe
huaso {adj} :: of or relating to huasos
huaso {adj} [Chile] :: astute person characteristic of a Chilean countryman
huaso {adj} [Chile] :: awkward rural person who cannot adapt to urban areas
huaso {m} :: countryman, or Chilean rural laborer
huaso {m} :: Chilean cowboy, horseman
huasteco {adj} :: Huastec
huatón {adj} :: alternative form of guatón
huatón {m} :: alternative form of guatón
huaurina {f} :: feminine noun of huaurino
huaurino {adj} :: of or from Huaura
huaurino {m} :: someone from Huaura
huauzontle {m} [Mexico] :: A flowering plant of the goosefoot family, consumed primarily for its edible inflorescence
huayno {m} :: huayno
huayño {m} :: alternative form of huayno
huazontle {m} :: alternative form of huauzontle
hub {m} [networking] :: hub
hubara {f} :: houbara
Huberto {prop} {m} :: Hubert
hubnerita {f} [mineral] :: hübnerite
hübnerita {f} :: alternative spelling of hubnerita
hubris {f} :: hubris
hucha {f} [Spain] :: piggy bank
hudna {f} :: hudna
hueá {f} :: alternative spelling of huevada
huebnerita {f} :: alternative spelling of hubnerita
huebra {f} [legal] :: acre; as much land as can be ploughed in a day
hueco {adj} :: hollow
hueco {adj} [Chile, colloquial] :: gay
hueco {adj} [Chile, colloquial] :: clueless
hueco {adj} [Guatemala, pejorative] :: homosexual man
hueco {m} :: hole, gap
hueco {m} :: hollow
huego {m} [rare] :: (mostly) obsolete form of fuego
huehueteco {adj} :: Of or from the department of Huehuetenango, Guatemala
huehueteco {m} :: Someone from the department of Huehuetenango, Guatemala
Huehuetenango {prop} :: Huehuetenango (department)
huejutlense {mf} :: native or resident of Huejutla
huelga {f} :: strike (work stoppage)
huelga decir {phrase} :: needless to say
huelga de hambre {f} :: hunger strike
huelga general {f} :: general strike
huelgo {m} :: breath
huelguista {mf} :: striker (individual who is on strike)
huelguístico {adj} [attributive] :: strike (of or pertaining to the strike of workers)
huella {f} :: footprint (impression of the foot in a soft substance)
huella {f} :: fingerprint (unique natural pattern of ridges on the tips of the fingers; marks left by these)
huella {f} [computing, figurative] :: fingerprint (unique identification)
huella {f} :: mark, imprint (visible impression or sign left on something)
huella dactilar {f} :: fingerprint
huella digital {f} :: fingerprint
huellita {f} :: diminutive of huella
Huelva {prop} {f} :: Huelva (province)
Huelva {prop} {f} :: Huelva (city)
huelveña {f} :: A native or inhabitant of Huelva (city in Spain)
huelveño {adj} :: Of or pertaining to Huelva (city in Spain)
huelveño {m} :: A native or inhabitant of Huelva
huemul {m} :: huemul
hueón {m} :: alternative spelling of huevón
huequecillo {m} :: diminutive of hueco
huequito {adj} [Chile, colloquial] :: gay, homosexual
huequito {adj} [Chile, colloquial] :: effeminate
huequito {adj} [Chile, colloquial] :: clueless
huequito {m} :: diminutive of hueco
huerca {f} [colloquial] :: girl; lass
huerco {m} [Louisiana] :: little child
huérfana {f} :: feminine noun of huérfano
huerfanita {f} :: diminutive of huérfana
huerfanito {m} :: diminutive of huérfano
huérfano {adj} :: orphan
huérfano {m} :: orphan
huero {adj} :: vain, empty, vacuous
huerta {f} :: garden, vegetable garden
huerta {f} :: orchard, cultivated land
huerta {f} :: The area of Murcia and Valencia with fertile ground
huertana {f} :: feminine noun of huertano
huertano {adj} :: Of or from the huerta of Valencia and Murcia
huertano {m} :: Someone from the huerta of Valencia and Murcia
huertecillo {m} :: diminutive of huerto
huertista {adj} :: Or, relating to, or supporting, Victoriano Huerta, president of Mexico 1913-14
huertista {mf} :: A supporter of Victoriano Huerta
huerto {m} :: fruit and vegetable garden (garden used for cultivation of agricultural crops)
huesa {f} :: grave
Huesca {prop} {f} :: Huesca (province)
Huesca {prop} {f} :: Huesca (city)
huesecillo {m} :: diminutive of hueso
huesito {m} :: diminutive of hueso
hueso {m} [anatomy] :: bone
hueso {m} [botany] :: stone, pit (the central part of some fruits, consisting of the seed and a hard endocarp layer (like those of peach, olive, avocado or mango))
hueso {m} [politics, Mexico, slang] :: political position (appointed or elected)
hueso {m} [Spain, colloquial] :: strict person
hueso coxal {m} :: hip bone, innominate bone
hueso cuboides {m} :: cuboid bone
hueso de la cadera {m} :: hip bone, innominate bone
hueso frontal {m} :: frontal bone
hueso grande {m} :: capitate bone
hueso innominado {m} :: hip bone, innominate bone
huesoso {adj} [attributive] :: bone
huesoso {adj} :: boney
hueso temporal {m} :: temporal bone
huésped {m} :: guest (recipient of hospitality)
huésped {m} :: lodger (person who lodges in another's house)
huésped {m} [biology] :: host (cell or organism which harbors another organism)
huéspeda {f} :: guest
hueste {f} [usually, in the plural] :: army, troops
hueste {f} :: following (group of followers, supporters)
hueste {adj} [Honduras] :: ground, finely powdered
hueste {adj} [of corn dough, Honduras] :: Beaten and ready for the preparation of tortillas
huesudo {adj} :: bony; having many bones
huetar {adj} :: Huetar
huetar {mf} :: Huetar
hueva {f} :: spawn (eggs of an aquatic organism)
hueva {f} :: roe (mass of eggs)
hueva {f} [colloquial] :: sloth, laziness
huevada {f} [Chile, vulgar] :: bullshit
huevada {f} [Chile, colloquial] :: thing
huevazo {m} :: big egg
huevazo {m} :: strike with an egg; egging
huevazos {mp} :: plural of huevazo
huevazos {mp} [colloquial] :: courage, bravery
huevazos {mp} [colloquial] :: having brazen-faced, shameless, cheeky; to have some nerve, to be cheeky
huevazos {m} [rare, colloquial, derogative] :: henpecked husband (a man who lets himself be ruled by his partner)
huevear {v} [Chile] :: to peeve, annoy
huevear {v} [Chile, vulgar] :: to bullshit, wind up, kid
huevear {v} [Chile] :: to mess around
huevear {v} [Peru, vulgar] :: to fool around
huevecillo {m} :: diminutive of huevo
huevera {f} :: eggcup
huevina {f} :: A substitute for raw egg, such as powdered or pasteurized egg
huevito {m} :: diminutive of huevo
huevo {m} :: egg
huevo {m} :: spawn
huevo {m} [vulgar, slang] :: testicle
huevo {m} [biology] :: zygote
huevo {m} [biology] :: ovule
huevo duro {m} :: boiled egg
huevo escalfado {m} :: poached egg
huevo frito {m} :: fried egg
huevón {adj} [colloquial, Mexico] :: lazy
huevón {adj} [vulgar, Central and South America] :: stupid
huevón {m} [colloquial, Latin America] :: a lazy or stupid person
huevón {m} [colloquial, Latin America] :: used as an interjection, equivalent to the English "man" or "dude"
huevón {m} [slang, Perú] :: stupid, person that does nothing, pal or buddy
huevón {m} [slang, Chile] :: a person, pal or buddy
huevón {m} [slang, Costa Rica] :: guy or dude
huevón {m} [Venezuela] :: a synonym for asshole, or person who thinks with his testicles rather than his head
huevón {m} :: large egg
huevón {m} [slang] :: large testicle
huevón {m} [Mexico, colloquial] :: idler, loafer
huevona {f} :: feminine noun of huevón
huevonazo {m} [colloquial] :: major jerk; total douche
huevos estrellados {m} :: fried eggs
huevos motuleños {mp} :: a breakfast food made with eggs on tortillas with black beans and cheese, often with other ingredients such as ham, peas, plantains, and salsa picante
huevos picados {mp} [Caribbean] :: scrambled eggs
huevos revueltos {mp} :: scrambled eggs
huevos rotos {mp} [Spain] :: A dish consisting of fried eggs with the yolk broken after cooking
Hugo {prop} {m} :: given name, equivalent to Hugh
hugonote {adj} :: Huguenot
hugonote {m} :: Huguenot
huichol {adj} :: Huichol
huichol {mf} :: Huichol
huichol {m} :: Huichol (language)
huida {f} :: flight (act of fleeing)
huidizo {adj} :: shy, timid
huila {f} [colloquial, Chile] :: rags (tattered clothes)
huila {f} :: feminine noun of huilo
huilense {adj} :: Of or from Huila
huilense {mf} :: Someone from Huila
huilliche {adj} :: Huilliche
huilliche {mf} :: Huilliche
huilo {adj} [colloquial, Mexico] :: crippled
huilo {m} [colloquial, Mexico] :: a crippled person
huiña {f} :: Andean cat
huinca {m} :: Person who is not Mapuche
huincha {f} [Latin America] :: tape, ribbon
huipil {m} :: huipil
huir {v} :: to escape
huir {v} :: to avoid
huir {v} :: to flee, to run away
huisache {m} :: The needle bush or sweet acacia (Vachellia farnesiana), a thorny tree of the genus Vachellia, native to Mexico and Central America
huitlacoche {m} [Mexico] :: corn smut (fungus that affects maize, eaten as a delicacy)
huizache {m} [Mexico] :: alternative form of huisache
hule {m} :: natural rubber
hule {m} [Mexico] :: rubber tree
hulla {f} :: bituminous coal
hullero {adj} [attributive] :: bituminous coal
huma {f} [Chile] :: tamale
Humahuaca {prop} :: Humahuaca (city)
humahuaqueño {adj} :: Of or from Humahuaca
humalismo {m} :: The politics or beliefs of Ollanta Humala, previous president of Peru
humalista {adj} :: Supporting Ollanta Humala, former president of Peru
humalista {mf} :: Supporter of Ollanta Humala
humana {f} :: (female) human
humanamente {adv} :: humanly
humanamente {adv} :: humanely
humanar {v} :: to humanize
humancé {m} :: humanzee
humanidad {f} :: humanity
humanísimo {adj} :: superlative of humano
humanismo {m} :: humanism
humanista {mf} :: humanist
humanístico {adj} :: humanistic
humanitario {adj} :: humanitarian
humanitarismo {m} :: humanitarianism
humanitarista {mf} :: humanitarian
humanización {f} :: humanization (act, process of making more human)
humanizar {v} :: to humanize
humano {adj} :: human
humano {adj} :: humane
humano {m} :: human, human being
humanoide {adj} :: humanoid
humanoide {mf} :: humanoid
humarada {f} :: a billowing of smoke
humareda {f} :: abundance of smoke
Humberto {prop} {m} :: given name, cognate to Humbert
humeante {adj} :: smoking
humeante {adj} :: steamy, steaming (giving off steam)
humear {v} :: to smoke
humear {v} :: to steam
humectación {f} :: moistening
humectante {m} :: humectant
humectar {vtr} :: to dampen
humedad {f} :: humidity
humedad {f} :: moisture
humedad {f} :: dampness
humedal {m} :: wetland
humedecedor {m} :: moistener, humidifier
humedecer {vtr} :: to dampen, moisten, wet, humidify
húmedo {adj} :: humid
humeral {adj} [anatomy] :: humeral
humero- {prefix} [anatomy] :: humero-
húmero {m} :: humerus
humerocubital {adj} [anatomy] :: humerocubital
húmico {adj} :: humic
humidad {f} :: obsolete spelling of humedad
humidificación {f} :: humidification
humidificador {m} :: humidifier
humidificar {v} :: to humidify, moisten
humildad {f} :: humbleness
humilde {adj} :: humble
humilde {adj} :: low, lower (class)
humildemente {adv} :: humbly
humildísimo {adj} :: superlative of humilde
humillación {f} :: humiliation
humillado {adj} :: humiliated
humillante {adj} :: humiliating
humillantemente {adv} :: humiliatingly
humillar {v} :: to humiliate
humillarse {v} :: reflexive of humillar
humita {f} [Argentina, Chile, Peru] :: tamale
humita {f} [Chile] :: bow tie
hummus {m} :: hummus
humo {m} :: smoke
humo {m} :: steam
humo {m} :: fume, fumes
humo {m} [usually in plural] :: conceit
humor {m} :: mood
humor {m} :: humor
humorada {f} :: little joke, witticism
humoral {adj} :: humoral
humor de perros {m} [idiom] :: bad mood
humorismo {m} :: humor
humorista {mf} :: comedian, humorist, comic
humorísticamente {adv} :: humoristically
humorístico {adj} :: humorous
humor negro {m} :: black humor
humoroso {adj} :: humorous
humoso {adj} :: smoky
humus {m} :: hummus
huna {f} :: feminine noun of huno
hundible {adj} :: sinkable
hundimiento {m} :: cave in, collapse
hundir {vt} :: to sink, engulf
hundir {vt} :: to ruin, destroy
hundir {vr} :: to sink, sink down
hundir {vr} :: to collapse, cave in, subside
hundir {vr} :: to break down, go to pieces, fall apart
húngara {f} :: A (female) person from Hungary: A Hungarian
húngara {f} [nonstandard] :: A Rom, Gypsy female (confused with cíngara)
húngaro {adj} :: Hungarian (from or native to Hungary)
húngaro {adj} :: Hungarian (pertaining to Hungary)
húngaro {m} :: a Hungarian (male)
húngaro {m} [nonstandard] :: Rom, Gypsy (confused with cíngaro)
húngaro {m} :: the Hungarian language
Hungría {prop} {f} :: Hungary
huno {adj} :: Of or relating to the Huns
huno {m} :: Hun
huracán {m} :: hurricane
huracanado {adj} :: hurricane-force
huraño {adj} :: shy
huraño {adj} :: antisocial, unsociable
hurgamandera {f} :: harlot; floozie (prostitute)
hurgar {vi} :: to root, rummage, poke about
hurgar {vt} :: to poke at, pick
hurgar en la herida {v} [idiomatic] :: to rub salt in the wound
hurgarse la nariz {v} [idiomatic] :: to pick one's nose
hurgón {m} :: fire rake
hurgón {m} :: stab
hurí {f} :: houri
hurón {m} :: ferret
huronear {v} :: to pry into
hurra {interj} :: hurrah
hurrita {adj} :: Hurrian
hurrita {mf} :: Hurrian
hurtadillas {adv} :: by stealth
hurtar {v} :: to steal, purloin
hurto {m} :: theft
hurto {m} :: shoplifting
húsar {m} :: hussar (light cavalry of European armies)
husillo {m} :: leadscrew
husita {mf} :: Hussite
husky {m} :: husky (dogs)
husmar {v} :: obsolete form of husmear
husmear {v} :: to track by smell
husmear {v} :: to snoop, sniff around
husmo {m} :: strong smell; unpleasant whiff (especially of meat that has gone off)
huso {m} :: spindle
huso horario {m} :: time zone
hutí {adj} :: Houthi
hutí {mf} :: Houthi
hutspot {m} :: hutspot
hutu {adj} :: Hutu
hutu {mf} :: Hutu
huy {interj} :: expression of pain, anguish, fright
hybris {f} :: hubris
Hyderabad {prop} :: Hyderabad (capital of Telangana)
Hydra {prop} [constellation] :: Hydra (constellation)
Hydrus {prop} [constellation] :: Hydrus (constellation)