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English 8 letter words - Containing letter h - page 1

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e : 59.63%

a : 54.10%

i : 50.34%

s : 48.04%

r : 42.80%

o : 39.66%

t : 39.60%

n : 37.52%

c : 33.74%

l : 30.27%

u : 22.01%

d : 21.85%

p : 19.97%

m : 19.59%

g : 15.32%

y : 12.71%

b : 12.45%

w : 9.77%

k : 9.56%

f : 6.91%

v : 3.39%

z : 2.27%

x : 1.44%

j : 0.85%

q : 0.68%

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abashing

abassieh

abhenrys

abhinaya

abhinaya

Noun

  1. Use of the face and hands, in an expressive manner, similar to the kathakali dance of India. 1976

abhiseka

abhorred

abhorred

Adjective

  1. Strongly disliked: hated, despised.
  2. Horrified.

abhorrer

abhorrer

Noun

  1. One who abhors.
  2. A nickname given in the early 17th century to signatories of addresses of a petition to reconvene parliament, addressed to Charles II.

abhorson

abiathar

abiathar

Proper noun

  1. In the Old Testament, a Hebrew high priest during the reign of King David.

abichite

abkhasia

abkhazia

abrachia

abrachia

Noun

  1. The congenital absence of both arms

abrahams

abshenry

absinthe

absinths

acalepha

acalepha

Proper noun

  1. A group of coelenterates including the jellyfish and sea nettles.

acalephe

acalephs

acalypha

acanthad

acanthad

Noun

  1. A plant that is a member of the Acanthaceae family.

acanthia

acanthin

acanthin

Noun

  1. strontium sulfate, the main constituent of the skeletons of the Acantharea

acanthon

acanthus

accouche

accroach

accroach

Verb

  1. To hook, or draw to oneself as with a hook.
  2. To usurp, as jurisdiction or royal prerogatives.
  3. To encroach.

acephala

acephali

acephali

Noun

  1. A people reported by Herodotus and Josephus to have no or removable heads.
  2. (Ecclesiastical History): The Eutychians, a Christian sect in the year 482 without a leader. See [1].
  3. (Ecclesiastical History): Bishops and certain clergymen not under regular diocesan control.
  4. A class of levelers in the time of King Henry I.

achakzai

achamoth

achatina

achatour

achatour

Noun

  1. A caterer.

acheilia

acheilia

Noun

  1. A congenital absence of lips, liplessness

acheiria

acheiria

Noun

  1. The congenital absence of one or both hands
  2. A loss of sense in one or both hands, or the inability to tell on which side of the body a stimulus has been applied

acheirus

achelous

achelous

Proper noun

  1. a river in western Greece
  2. Deity of water; later, patron deity of the Achelous River.

achenial

achenial

Adjective

  1. Pertaining to an achene.

achenium

achenium

Noun

  1. achene

acherman

achernar

achesoun

acheweed

achieved

achieved

Adjective

  1. Having been reached, attained or accomplished.

achiever

achiever

Noun

  1. One who achieves; a winner.

achieves

achilary

achillea

achilles

achilles

Proper noun

  1. semi-divine hero, son of Peleus and the nymph Thetis, prince and leader of the Myrmidons; great warrior of the Achaean (Greek) camp, killed in the Trojan War; central character of the Iliad.

achilous

achilous

Adjective

  1. without a lip.

achimaas

achinese

achiness

achiness

Noun

  1. The property of being achy.

achingly

achingly

Adverb

  1. In an aching manner; sorely.

achiotes

achirite

achirite

Noun

  1. dioptase

achmetha

acholias

acholous

acholous

Adjective

  1. Lacking bile.

achomawi

achomawi

Proper noun

  1. The native language spoken by the Pit River people of present-day California.

achordal

achordal

Adjective

  1. achordate

achorion

achroite

achromat

achromat

Noun

  1. A lens that imparts little color; a lens that is achromatic.

achromia

achromia

Noun

  1. Absence of pigmentation, especially in the skin or blood

achromic

achromic

Adjective

  1. Uncoloured; not pigmented; lacking in colour.

achroous

achroous

Adjective

  1. Colorless; achromatic.

achylous

achylous

Adjective

  1. Without chyle

achymous

achymous

Adjective

  1. Without chyme.

acidhead

acidhead

Noun

  1. A person who uses the hallucinogenic drug LSD.

ackworth

acolhuan

acrolith

acrolith

Noun

  1. An ancient Greek wooden statue furnished with a rupestral head and limbs.

acronych

actorish

actorish

Adjective

  1. Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of an actor or theatrical acting; like an actor.

acushnet

adalheid

adamhood

adaminah

adelheid

adelphia

adelphic

adelphic

Adjective

  1. Describing a form of polyandry in which a woman is married to two or more brothers

adelphoi

adephaga

adhafera

adhamant

adhamant

Adjective

  1. Clinging, as by hooks.

adherant

adherend

adherend

Noun

  1. That which adheres to something else by adhesion.

adherent

adherers

adhering

adhesion

adhesive

adhibits

adiaphon

admonish

admonish

Verb

  1. To warn or notify of a fault; to reprove gently or kindly, but seriously; to exhort.
  2. To counsel against wrong practices; to caution or advise; to warn against danger or an offense; — followed by of, against, or a subordinate clause.
  3. To instruct or direct; to inform; to notify.

adolphus

adonijah

adsheart

advehent

advehent

Adjective

  1. Carrying towards an organ or structure.

adzharia

aeipathy

aeolight

aerolith

aerolith

Noun

  1. A meteorite.

aerophor

aesthete

aethalia

aethered

aetheria

aetheric

aethogen

aethogen

Noun

  1. A compound of nitrogen and boron which, when heated before the blowpipe, gives a brilliant phosphorescent; boric nitride.

aethylla

affamish

affamish

Verb

  1. To cause (somebody) to die of hunger; to starve.

affiches

affright

affright

Noun

  1. Great fear, terror, fright.

Verb

  1. To terrify, to frighten, to inspire fright in.

Adjective

  1. afraid; terrified; frightened

afghanis

agalloch

agalloch

Noun

  1. The soft, aromatic, resinous wood of Aquilaria malaccensis (formerly

agaphite

agathaea

agathism

agathism

Noun

  1. The doctrine that the ultimate end of all things is good, although the intermediate means may be evil.

agathist

agathist

Noun

  1. A person who believes in agathism.

aggadoth

agnathia

agnathia

Noun

  1. A birth defect in which the mandible is missing.

agnathic

agnathic

Adjective

  1. Jawless.
  2. Afflicted by or characteristic of agnathia.

agraphia

agraphia

Noun

  1. A loss of the ability to write (usually resulting from a brain injury).
  2. The inability to write.

agraphic

agraphic

Adjective

  1. Affected with or pertaining to agraphia.

aguishly

aguishly

Adverb

  1. In an aguish manner

ahamkara

ahankara

ahhiyawa

ahmadiya

ahmadpur

ahousaht

ahuzzath

ahwahnee

airbrush

aircheck

aircheck

Noun

  1. A demonstration recording, often intended to show off the talent of an announcer to a prospective employer.

aircoach

airgraph

airheads

airlight

airsheds

airsheet

airships

airthing

airtight

akehorne

akhissar

akhmimic

akhnaton

akiachak

alabarch

alabarch

Noun

  1. The title of the governor or chief magistrate of the Jews in Alexandria under the Ptolemies and Roman emperors.

albahaca

alberghi

alberich