Spanish words starting with H:

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HThe eighth letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
hababallot ball{f}
hababean (cocoa|coffee|etc.){f}
hababroad bean, horse bean (Fabaceae, Vicia faba){f}
hababump (caused by insect bite){f}
habanodule (in stone){f}
habanugget of ore (with gangue){f}
habíaThere was X{phrase}
habíaThere were X{phrase}
habanerafeminine form of habanero{f}
habaneronative or relative to Havana{adj}
habaneroan inhabitant or native of Havana{m}
habaneroa variety of hot chilli pepper{m}
habarbean patch{m}
habas fritasdeep 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{fp}
había una vezonce upon a time{phrase}
haberto have{v} [auxiliary verb taking past participle to build perfect tense]
haberto exist; “there is”, “there are” (hay); “there was”, “there were” (había){v} [impersonal, in third person only]
haberto hold; to possess{v} [rare, or, dated, or, idiomatic]
haberto have to do{v} [with “de” + infinitive]
habichuelabean (plant or seed){f}
habichuelaparticularly the kidney bean{f}
habilidadability, skill{f}
habilitarto enable{v}
habilosodexterous, skillful, adroit{adj}
habitaciónbedroom{f}
habitacióndwelling{f}
habitaciónhabitat{f}
habitaciónhabitation; the act of inhabiting{f}
habitaciónroom{f}
habitanteinhabiting; said of something that inhabits{adj}
habitanteinhabitant{mf}
habitarto live in/on; to inhabit{v}
habitualhabitual{adj}
habitualmentehabitually, normally{adv}
habituarto be accustomed to by habit{v}
hablaspeaking (action){f}
hablaspeech (faculty of speech){f}
habladortalkative{adj}
habladuríagossip, rumor{f}
habladuríasgossip, rumors, hearsay{fp}
habla inglésdo you speak English?{phrase} [formal]
hablando del rey de Romaspeak of the devil{phrase}
hablantespeaking{adj}
hablantespeaker (one who speaks){mf}
hablarto talk; to speak; to communicate using words{vi}
hablarto speak (a language){vt}
hablar como un papagayoto chatter{v} [simile]
hablar como un papagayoto parrot (repeat what was said without thinking){v} [simile]
hablas inglésdo you speak English?{phrase} [informal]
habérsele pegado a uno las sábanasTo sleep in, to oversleep{v} [idiomatic]
haceago, has been (Note: unlike in English, hace precedes the number.){adv}
hacederodoable, feasible{adj}
hacendadolandowner{m}
hacendarto transfer (property, ownership, etc.) to someone{v}
hacendariofinancial, relating to the treasury{adj}
hacendosohouse-proud{adj}
hace pocorecently{adv}
hacerdo, make{v}
hacerto become{vr}
hacerto get{vr}
hacer buenas migasTo get along{v} [idiomatic]
hacer cajato cash up{v} [idiomatic]
hacer casoto obey, to do what is said{v}
hacer casoto pay attention, to take notice{v}
hacer cosquillasto tickle{v}
hacer el amorto make love, have sex{v}
hacer el vacíoto give the cold shoulder{v} [idiomatic]
hacer faltato be necessary, have need of{v}
hacer la cobraTo retire a woman her head when a man is trying to kiss her{v} [idiomatic]
hacer la estrechato play hard to get{v} [colloquial, idiomatic]
hacer la vista gordato turn a blind eye{v} [idiomatic]
hacer leña del árbol caídoto kick someone when they are down{v} [idiomatic]
hacer los piesto stop in someone's tracks{v} [idiomatic]
hacer novillosto play truant, to skip school, to play hooky{v}
hacer papillato blow to smithereens, blow to bits, blow to pieces{v} [idiomatic]
hacer pellasplay truant (to be absent from school without permission){v}
hacerse humoLiterally, "to make oneself smoke": to vanish into thin air; to disappear{v} [idiomatic]
hacerse la muerteto play dead{v} [idiomatic]
hacerse pajasbeat off, jerk off, wank{v} [idiomatic, colloquial]
hacerse una pajabeat off, jerk off, wank{v} [idiomatic, colloquial]
hacer su agostoto make a killing{v} [idiomatic]
hachaaxe{f}
hacheName of the letter h{f}
hachíshashish{m}
haciatoward, towards{prep}
hacia acáhere (to this place){adv}
hacia atrásbackwards{adv}
haciendahacienda{f}
haciendalivestock{f}
haciendatreasury{f}
Haciendatreasury, tax office (governmental organization administrating finances){f}
hacinapile{f}
hacinastack{f}
hacinarto stack{v}
hacinomiserable, wretched{adj} [obsolete]
hackearto hack{vt} [computing]
hadafairy{f}
hadrónhadron{m} [physics]
hafniohafnium{m}
haikúalternative form of haiku{m}
haikuhaiku{m}
HaitíHaiti{prop}
haitianoHaitian{adj}
haitianoHaitian{m}
halacome on! let’s go!{interj}
halahey!{interj}
halawow!{interj}
halach uinichalach uinic{mf}
halagadoragreeable, pleasant{adj}
halagarto flatter{v}
halagarto gratify{v}
halagarto please{v}
halagüeñoagreeable{adj}
halagüeñocharming{adj}
halagüeñopromising{adj}
halagoflattery{m}
halarto haul, to pull{v} [nautical]
halcónhawk, falcon{m}
halcón gerifaltegyrfalcon, Falco rusticolus{m}
halógenohalogen{m} [chemistry]
halibuthalibut{m}
halicácabobladder cherry{m}
halitosishalitosis{f}
hallarto find{v}
hallazgodiscovery{m}
haloHalo (atmospheric phenomenon){m}
halterabarbell{mf} [weightlifting]
halterófiloweightlifter (competitive){m}
halterofiliaweightlifting{f}
halurohalide{m} [chemistry]
hamacaswing{f} [Argentina, Costa Rica, Cuba, Uruguay]
hamacahammock{f}
hambrehunger{f}
hambrientoHungry{adj}
hambrientoHungry{m}
hambrunaFamine; widespread hunger. A condition in which a country or region does not have sufficient food to sustain a population{f}
HamburgoHamburg{prop}
hamburguesahamburger{f}
hamburguesa de jardíngardenburger, vegeburger{f}
hamburguesa de sojasoyburger{f}
hamburguesa vegetarianagardenburger, vegeburger{f}
hamiltonianoHamiltonian{adj} [mathematics, physics]
hamofish-hook{m}
hampaunderworld (part of society that is engaged in crime or vice){f}
hangarhangar{m}
hanzohappy{adj} [obsolete]
haploidehaploid{adj} [biology]
haploidehaploid{m}
haptenohapten{m} [immunology]
haragánlazy (unwilling to work){adj}
haragánidler, loafer{m}
haraquirihara-kiri (ceremonial suicide by ripping open the abdomen){m}
harinaflour{f}
harina de fuerzastrong flour, hard flour{f}
harineroof or relating to flour{adj}
harinosofloury{adj}
harlistaa (Latino) Harley-Davidson motorcycle rider or aficionado{mf}
harénharem{m}
harpíaalternative form of arpía{f}
harpíaharpy eagle{f}
hartarto bore, tire{v}
hartarto satiate{v}
hartarto satisfy{v}
hartohaving the appetite satisfied; stuffed, sated{adj}
hartotired, fed up{adj}
hassiohassium{m}
hastaeven{prep}
hastauntil{prep}
hastaup to, to the point of, as much as{prep}
hasta ahorasee you in a bit; see you in a while{phrase}
hasta el culoup to here, up to one's neck{adj} [idiomatic, vulgar]
hasta las naricesfed up{v} [idiomatic]
hasta la vistagoodbye, see you later, until next time{phrase}
hasta luegogoodbye, see you later, bye, take care{phrase}
hasta mañanagoodbye, see you tomorrow, until tomorrow{phrase}
hasta queuntil{conj}
hastiadotired, fed up, bored, sick and tired{adj}
hastiarto get tired of, to get sick and tired of{vr}
hastiarto bore{v}
hatacarolling pin{f}
hatillobundle{m}
hatoa clique; a ring of people{m}
hatoflock of sheep{m}
hatoherd{m}
hatocattle ranch{m} [Latin America]
hawaianaflip-flop{f} [Chile, Peru]
hawaianafemale Hawaiian{f}
hawaianoHawaiian{adj}
hawaianoHawaiian{m}
hawaianoHawaiian (language){m}
HawáiHawaii{prop}
hayabeech, beech tree{f}
Haydéefemale given name{prop}
hazfaçade{f} [archaic]
hazbeam{f}
hazbundle{f}
hazface{f}
hazañafeat; deed{f}
hazmerreírlaughingstock{m} [informal]
hábildeft{adj}
hábilsuitable, able{adj}
hábilmenteably, skillfully, cleverly{adv}
hábitathabitat{m}
hábitohabit (of a monk){m}
hábitohabits, custom{m}
híbridohybrid{adj}
híbridohybrid{m}
háckerhacker{mf} [computing]
HéctorHector{prop} [Greek mythology]
Héctormale given name{prop}
hehere is{adv}
hehe; the Hebrew letter ה{f}
hebdómadaA seven-year period{f}
hebdómadaweek{f} [rare]
hebdomadarioweekly{adj}
hebdomadarioweekly (periodical or newspaper issued every week){m}
hebillabuckle{f}
hebrafiber{f}
hebrafilament{f}
hebrathread{f}
hebreaHebrew{f}
hebreoHebrew{adj}
hebreoHebrew person{m}
hebreoHebrew language{prop}
hecesfeces{fp}
heces de vinolees{n} [plural only]
hechicerafeminine form of hechicero{f}
hechiceríaA spell{f}
hechiceríasorcery, witchcraft{f}
hechiceromagician{m}
hechizarto bewitch{v}
hechizarto enchant{v}
hechizarto perform magic{v}
hechizoapt, appropriate{adj} [archaic]
hechizocounterfeited, forged{adj} [archaic]
hechizoartificial, fake{adj}
hechizomagic word, spell{m}
hechizospell, enchantment (state of enchantment){m}
hechodone or completed{adj}
hechomade{adj}
hechofact{m}
hectómetrohectometre{m}
hectogramohectogram{m}
hectáreahectare{f}
hederto reek{v}
hederto stink{v}
hediondezsomething that stinks{f}
hediondezstench, malodor{f}
hediondostinking{adj}
hedonismohedonism{m}
hedorstench, malodor, fetidness (bad smell){m}
HefestoHephaestus{prop} [Greek mythology]
hegelianoHegelian{adj}
hegemónicohegemonic{adj}
hegemoníahegemony{f}
heñirto knead{v}
heladafreezing{f}
heladafrost{f}
heladerafeminine form of heladero{f}
heladeroice-cream seller{m}
heladoicy, frozen (past participle of helar){adj}
heladoshocked{adj}
heladoice cream{m}
heladopopsicle, ice pop{m}
helarto freeze{vi} [impersonal]
helarto freeze{vt}
helechofern{m}
helenizaciónHellenization{f}
helenizarto Hellenize{vt}
helenoHellenic{adj}
heleroglacier{m}
heleronévé{m}
helicasahelicase{f} [enzyme]
helicidadhelicity{f}
helicoidalhelical, helicoidal{adj}
helicoidehelicoid{m} [geometry]
helicópterohelicopter{m}
heliónhelion{m}
heliohelium{m}
helio-helio-{prefix}
heliocentrismoheliocentrism{m}
heliocéntricoheliocentric{adj}
heliotropoheliotrope{m}
helmintohelminth{m}
helvéticoHelvetian{adj}
hemaglutininahemagglutinin{f} [protein]
hemangiomahemangioma{f} [pathology]
hematófagohematophagous{adj}
hemato-haemato-{prefix}
hematocritohematocrit{m}
hematofagiahematophagy{f}
hematologíahematology / haematology{f} [medicine]
hembrafemale{f}
hemehere I am{phrase}
hemeralopíahemeralopia{f} [medicine]
hemerálopehemeralopic{adj} [medicine]
hemerotecaA place, such a section of a library, where periodicals (newspapers, magazines, and so on) are archived for consultation{f}
hemi-hemi-, half{prefix}
hemicelulosahemicellulose{f} [organic compound]
hemisferiohemisphere (all senses){m}
hemisféricohemispheric{adj}
hemisféricohemispherical{adj}
hemistiquiohemistich (all senses){m}
hemiterpenohemiterpene{m} [organic compound]
hemiterpenoidehemiterpenoid{m} [organic compound]
hemofiliahaemophilia/hemophilia{f} [pathology]
hemoglobinahemoglobin{f} [protein]
hemoglobinopatíahemoglobinopathy{f} [pathology]
hemorragiahemorrhage{f} [pathology]
hemorrágicohemorrhagic{adj}
hemorroideshaemorrhoids{fp}
henarhayfield{m}
hendeduraalternative form of hendidura{f}
henderTo crack into pieces{vt}
henderTo mar{vt}
henderTo split, to cleave apart{vt}
hendidocracked, cleft (palate){adj}
hendiduracleft, groove, cleavage, indentation, slot, slit{f}
hendijaA small groove, slit or other indentation{f}
henohay{m}
HenochEnoch (Biblical character){prop}
henriohenry (unit of inductance){m}
heparinaheparin{f} [carbohydrates]
heptadecágonoheptadecagon{m} [geometry]
heptagonalheptagonal{adj}
heptanoheptane{m}
heptatletaheptathlete{n}
heptatlónheptathlon{m}
hepáticahepatica{f}
hepáticohepatic{adj}
heptosaheptose{f} [organic chemistry]
herbáceoherbaceous{adj}
herbicidaherbicidal{adj}
herbicidaherbicide (substance used to kill plants){m}
herbívoroherbivorous{adj}
herbívoroherbivore{m}
herciohertz{m}
heredarto inherit{v}
herederafeminine form of heredero{f}
heredera forzosafeminine form of heredero forzoso{f}
herederoheir{m}
heredero forzosoheir apparent{m}
heredero presuntoheir presumptive{m}
hereditariohereditary{adj}
herejíaheresy{f}
herejeheretic{adj}
herejeheretic{mf}
herenciaheredity{f}
heridawound{f}
heridohurt, injured{adj}
herirto hurt{v}
herirto wound{v}
heráldicaheraldry (the profession of devising and blazoning arms){f}
hermafroditahermaphroditic{adj}
hermafroditahermaphrodite{m}
hermanafeminine form of hermano, sister{f}
hermanarto harmonize{v}
hermanarto match{v}
hermanarto untie{v}
hermanastrafeminine form of hermanastro, stepsister{f}
hermanastrostepbrother (stepsister for the feminine form){m}
hermandadbrotherhood{f}
hermanitadiminutive form of hermana Small sister{f}
hermanitodiminutive form of hermano; little brother{m}
hermanobrother{m}
hermanosibling{m}
hermosamenteattractively{adv}
hermosobeautiful{adj}
hermosísimosuperlative form of hermoso{adj}
hermosurabeauty{f}
herméticohermetic{adj}
HernándezSpanish surname{prop}
heroicamenteheroically{adv}
heroicidadheroicness{f}
heroicoheroic{adj}
heroínaheroin{f}
heroínaheroine{f}
heroísmoA heroic action or deed{m}
heroísmoheroism{m}
herpes zóstershingles, herpes zoster{m}
herpetologíaherpetology{f}
herradurahorseshoe{f}
herramientaA tool; an implement{f}
herrarto brand{v}
herrarto horseshoe, to shoe a horse{v}
herrerafeminine form of herrero{f}
HerreraSpanish surname{prop}
herrerillo comúnThe blue tit. A small bird{m}
herreroblacksmith{m}
herreteaglet, aiglet{m}
herretetag{m}
herrumbrerust{f}
heréticoheretic, heretical{adj}
hertzhertz{m}
hertzplural of hertz{m}
hertzianoHertzian{adj}
hervidorkettle (for boiling water){m}
hervirto boil{v}
hervoranimosity{m} [archaic]
hervorvehemence{m} [archaic]
hervorzeal{m} [archaic]
hervorboiling{m}
hervorliveliness{m}
hesitaciónhesitation{f}
hesitarto hesitate{v} [rare]
heteroblásticoheteroblastic{adj} [biology]
heterogeneidadheterogeneity{f}
heterogéneoheterogeneous{adj}
heterosexualheterosexual{adj}
heterosexualheterosexual{mf}
heterosexualidadheterosexuality{f}
hevearubber tree{f}
hexacosicoronhexacosichoron, 600-cell{m} [geometry]
hexadecágonohexadecagon{m} [geometry]
hexaedrohexahedron{m}
hexafluorurohexafluoride{m} [chemistry]
hexagonalhexagonal{adj}
hexagramahexagram{f}
hexanohexane{m} [organic compound]
hexazinahexazine{f} [organic compound]
hexágonohexagon{m} [geometry]
hexoquinasahexokinase{f} [enzyme]
hexosahexose{f} [carbohydrates]
hexosaminahexosamine{f} [organic compound]
hezscum{f} [derogatory]
hezdregs, sediment{f}
hezexcrement{f} [plural]
HGHidalgo (Mexican state){initialism}
hígadoliver{m}
hialurónicohyaluronic{adj}
hialuronidasahyaluronidase{f} [enzyme]
hiatohiatus (a syllable break between two vowels, without an intervening consonant){m}
hibernaciónhibernation{f} [zoology]
hibernarto hibernate{v}
hidalgonoble{adj}
hidalgonoble, nobleman{m}
HidalgoA state of Mexico{prop}
hidalguíaDignity of being an hidalgo{f}
hidalguenseOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Hidalgo{adj}
hidrahydra (mythical creature){f}
hidracinahydrazine{f} [chemistry]
hidratarto moisturize or hydrate{v}
hidratohydrate{m}
hidrácidohydracid{m} [chemistry]
hidrógenohydrogen{m}
hidrógrafohydrographer{m}
hidrólisishydrolysis{f}
hidrólogohydrologist{m}
hidro-hydro-{prefix}
hidroaviónseaplane{m}
hidrocarburohydrocarbon{m} [organic chemistry]
hidrocálido(of a person) Of or from the Mexican state of Aguascalientes{adj}
hidrocortisonahydrocortisone{f} [steroid hormone]
hidrofóbicohydrophobic{adj}
hidrofílicohydrophilic{adj}
hidrogenaciónhydrogenation{f}
hidrogenarto hydrogenate{v}
hidrogenosomahydrogenosome{m} [cytology]
hidrogeologíahydrogeology{f}
hidrografíahydrography{f}
hidrolasahydrolase{f} [enzyme]
hidrológicohydrologic, hydrological{adj}
hidrologíahydrology{f}
hidropatíahydropathy; hydrotherapy{f}
hidropesíaedema{f} [pathology]
hidropónicohydroponic{adj}
hidroponíahydroponics{f}
hidropáticohydropathic{adj}
hidroquinonahydroquinone{f} [organic compound]
hidrosferahydrosphere{f}
hidrosolublewater-soluble{adj}
hidroterapiahydropathy; hydrotherapy{f}
hidrotermalhydrothermal{adj}
hidroterápicohydropathic{adj}
hidroxibenzaldehídomethoxybenzaldehyde{m} [organic compound]
hidroxilasahydroxylase{f} [enzyme]
hidroxilohydroxyl{m} [chemistry]
hidroxiprolinahydroxyproline{f} [protein]
hidráulicohydraulic{adj}
hidrurohydride{m} [chemistry]
hiedraivy{f}
hielbile{f}
hieleracooler, portable icebox{f}
hieloice{m}
hielo marinosea ice{m}
hielo secodry ice{m}
hiemalof or pertaining to winter{adj}
hiemalthe winter quadrant{m} [astronomy]
hienahyena{f}
hierarquíaalternative form of jerarquía{f} [obsolete]
hierbagrass, weeds{f}
hierbaherb{f}
hierbamarijuana{f} [slang]
hierba buenamint (Mentha spicata){f}
hierbabuenaalternative form of hierba buena, mint{f}
hierbateroherbalist; one who sells medicinal herbs{m}
hierberafeminine form of hierbero{f}
hierberoSomeone who sells or cultivates herbs, especially medicinal ones{m} [Cuba, Mexico]
hierberoA medicine man or other healer who uses herbs{m} [Mexico]
hieroglíficoalternative form of jeroglífico{m} [obsolete]
hierrobranding iron{m}
hierroiron (metal){m}
higienehygiene{f}
higienistahygienist{mf}
higiénicohygienic{adj}
higofig (fruit){m}
higo chumboprickly pear{m}
higrinahygrine{f} [organic compound]
higuerafig tree{f}
hijadaughter; feminine form of hijo{f}
hijastrostepchild; stepson (stepdaughter for the feminine form){m}
hijitaA little daughter, daughterling{f}
hijitodiminutive form of hijo{m}
hijochild (when gender of the child is unknown){m}
hijoson{m}
hijodalgoalternative form of hidalgo{m}
hijo de putason of a bitch{m} [pejorative, vulgar]
hiladoyarn{m}
hilarto spin (as with thread){v}
Hildafemale given name, cognate to English Hilda{prop}
hilemorfismohylomorphism{m} [philosophy]
hilerarow, windrow{f}
hilohilum{m} [botany]
hilocrosshair, reticule{m}
hiloedge of something sharp{m}
hilo"hilo de oro" -a type of stinging jellyfish, Guanacaste, Costa Rica{m}
hilolinen{m}
hilothread, yarn, string{m}
hilóquerogiant forest hog{m}
hilvanarto baste{v} [sewing]
hilvanarto outline, to sketch{v}
himenhymen{m}
himeniohymenium{m} [mycology]
himnariohymnal{m}
himnoanthem{m}
himnohymn{m}
hincapiéemphasis{m}
hincapiéstomp (with the foot){m}
hincarto thrust, drive{vt}
hincar los codosto put one's nose to the grindstone{v} [idiomatic]
hinchahatred{f}
hinchafan{mf}
hinchadoarrogant, pompous{adj}
hinchadoswollen, tightened from enlarging{adj}
hincharTo exaggerate a story{vt} [figuratively]
hincharTo inflate or fill with air or liquid{vt}
hincharTo fill someone with anger{v} [vulgar, figuratively]
hincharseTo become overwhelmed with anger{vr}
hincharseTo swell, to grow tight as a result of enlarging{vr}
hinchazónswelling{f}
hindúHindu, Hindustani{adj}
hindúIndian (of or relating to India or its people){adj}
hindúHindu, Hindustani{mf}
hindúIndian (person form India){mf}
hindiHindi; one of the official languages of India{prop}
hinduismoHinduism{m}
hinduistaHindu (attributive){adj}
hinduistaHindu{mf}
hiniestabroom (shrub){f}
hinojofennel{m}
hinojoknee{m}
HinojosaSpanish surname{prop}
hioglosohyoglossus{m}
hiparto hiccup{v}
hipócritahypocritical{adj}
hipócritahypocrite (person practising hypocrisy){mf}
hipódromohippodrome{m}
hipódromoracetrack{m}
hiper-hyper-{prefix}
hiperbólicohyperbolic{adj} [geometry]
hiperbólicohyperbolic; of or relating to hyperbole{adj}
hiperenfocadohyperfocused{adj}
hiperesferahypersphere{f} [geometry]
hipergigantehypergiant{f}
hipericinahypericin{f} [organic compound]
hiperimperialismoA new phase of imperialism{m} [neologism]
hipermercadohypermarket{m}
hiperónhyperon{m}
hiperónimohypernym{m}
hiperplasiahyperplasia{f}
hipertensiónhypertension{f}
hipertermiahyperthermia{f}
hipertextohypertext (document){m}
hipertextualhypertextual{adj}
hipertróficohypertrophic{adj}
hipertrofiahypertrophy{f} [medicine]
hiperventilaciónhyperventilation{f}
hiperventilarto hyperventilate{v}
hipervínculolink, hyperlink{m} [computing]
hipófisishypophysis{f} [anatomy]
hipismohorse racing{m}
hipónimohyponym{m}
hipnosishypnosis{f}
hipnotismohypnotism{m}
hipnotizadorhypnotic{adj}
hipnotizadorhypnotist{m}
hipnotizarto hypnotize{v}
hipnóticohypnotic, mesmerizing{adj}
hipnóticohypnotic (a sleep-inducing drug){m}
hipoA hiccup{m}
hipo-hypo-{prefix}
hipoalergénicohypoallergenic{adj}
hipocampohippocampus{m} [anatomy]
hipocampohippocamp; hippocampus{m} [Greek mythology]
hipocamposea horse{m} [zoology]
hipocentrohypocentre{m} [geology]
hipocicloidehypocycloid{f} [geometry]
hipocondríahypochondria{f}
hipocondríacohypochondriac (affected by hypochondria){adj}
hipocondríacohypochondriac (person affected by hypochondria){m}
hipocondriacoalternative form of hipocondríaco{adj}
hipocondriacoalternative form of hipocondríaco{m}
hipocondriohypochondrium{m} [anatomy]
hipocorísticohypocoristic{adj}
hipocorísticohypocorism{m}
hipocresíahypocrisy{f}
hipogrifohippogriff{m}
hipopotámidoHippopotamid{m}
hipopotomonstrosesquipedaliofobiahippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia{f}
hipopótamohippopotamus{m}
hipotecamortgage{f}
hipotecariomortgage (attributive){adj}
hipotenusahypotenuse{f} [geometry]
hipotermiahypothermia{f} [pathology]
hipotálamohypothalamus{m} [anatomy]
hipotrocoidehypotrochoid{f} [geometry]
hipotéticamentehypothetically{adv}
hipotéticohypothetical{adj}
hipoxantinahypoxanthine{f} [organic compound]
hipérbatohyperbaton{m} [grammar, rhetoric]
hipérbolahyperbola (geometric curve){f}
hipérbolehyperbole (rhetorical device){f}
hipótesishypothesis{f}
hisoparto spray or sprinkle with an aspergillium{v}
hisopillosavory (herb){m}
hisopoaspergillium{m}
hisopocotton swab{m} [by extension]
hisopohyssop{m}
hispalenseSevillan{adj}
hispalenseSevillan{mf}
hispanoHispano-American{adj}
hispanoSpanish{adj}
hispanoSpanish or Hispano-American and living in the United States{adj}
hispanoamericanoLatin American{adj}
hispanoamericanoOf South America{adj}
hispanoamericanoOf Spanish origin, within America{adj}
hispanoamericanoa Latin American person{m}
HispanoaméricaSpanish America{prop}
hispano-francésHispano-French{adj}
hispanohablanteOne who speaks Spanish; Spanish speaker, Hispanophone{mf}
hispano-italianoHispano-Italian{adj}
hispanoparlanteHispanophone: Spanish-speaking{adj}
hispano-portuguésHispano-Portuguese{adj}
histaminahistamine{f}
histerectomíahysterectomy{f} [surgery]
histeriahysteria{f}
histidinahistidine{f} [amino acid]
histo-histo-{prefix}
histológicohistologic, histological{adj}
histologíahistology{f} [biology]
histonahistone{f} [protein]
historiahistory{f}
historiastory{f}
historiaThe letter H in the Spanish phonetic alphabet{f}
historiadorhistorian{m}
historiadorafeminine form of historiador{f}
historialrecord (such as a person's criminal, work, or clinical record){m}
historiarto depict (history), write down a history{v}
historicidadhistoricity{f}
historicismohistoricism{m}
historietaanecdote{f}
historietacartoon{f}
históricamentehistorically{adv}
histéricohysterical{adj}
históricohistoric{adj}
histrionismoExaggerated behaviour; histrionics, melodramatics{m}
hitlerianoHitlerian{adj}
hitlerianoHitlerite{m}
hitlerismoHitlerism{m}
hitolandmark{m}
hitomilestone{m}
híjoleused to denote surprise or the state of being impressed, similar to wow or whoa{interj} [Mexico, El Salvador, Honduras, Costa Rica]
hélicehelix{f} [geometry, anatomy]
hélicehelix{f}
hélicepropellor{f}
hálitowaft; a brief, gentle breeze{m}
hálitowhiff{m}
húmedohumid{adj}
húmerohumerus{m}
hámsterhamster{m}
húngaraA (female) person from Hungary: A Hungarian{f}
húngaroHungarian (from or native to Hungary){adj}
húngaroHungarian (pertaining to Hungary){adj}
húngaroa Hungarian (male){m}
húngarothe Hungarian language{prop}
hnos.hermanos = brothers; siblings, brothers and sisters{abbr}
hobbithobbit{m}
hobbyhobby (activity){m}
hocicónbigmouth (who talks too much or says things which should not be said){m} [colloquial, Chile]
hocicosnout (mouth of a beast){m}
hockey sobre hieloice hockey ; literally, hockey on ice{m}
hogarhearth{m}
hogarhome{m}
hogarhousekeeping{m}
hogazaloaf{f}
hoguerabonfire{f}
hogueracampfire{f}
hojablade of knife or sword{f}
hojablank sheet of paper{f}
hojafoil{f}
hojaglass pane{f}
hojaleaf{f}
hojapad{f} [of an aquatic plant]
hojaside of bacon{f}
hojalatasheet-metal{f}
hojalatatinplate{f}
hojalaterawhitesmith, tinsmith{f}
hojalaterowhitesmith, tinsmith{m}
hojaldrarTo make into puff pastry{v}
hojaldrepuff pastry{m}
hojarascafoliage{f}
hojarascaleaf litter{f}
hojarascaleaf storm{f}
hojarascarubbish{f}
hojearto page or leaf through{v}
holahello, hi{interj}
holandaA fine linen used for making shirts{f}
holandaA small sheet of paper used for serving pastries{f}
HolandaHolland, the Netherlands{prop}
holandesafeminine form of holandés{f}
holandésDutch (from or native to the Netherlands){adj}
holandésDutch (pertaining to the Netherlands){adj}
holandésa Dutchman{m}
holandésthe Dutch language as spoken in the Netherlands{prop}
holgarto rest (after labor), to be idle{v}
holgazanafeminine form of holgazán{adj}
holgazanafeminine form of holgazán{m}
holgazanearto lounge or laze about{v}
holgazaneríalaggardness, idleness{f}
holgazánloafing{adj}
holgazánloafer{m}
hollarto tread, trample{v}
hollejoThe skin or membrane covering some fruits and seeds, such as grapes, beans, etc{m}
hollínsoot{m}
holmioholmium{m}
holánfrill, ruffle (strip of pleated material used as decoration){m} [Latin America]
holónimoholonym{m}
holo-holo-{prefix}
holocarboxilasaholocarboxylase{f} [enzyme]
holocaustoholocaust{m}
HolocaustoHolocaust (the mass murder of Jews and other groups by the Nazi regime during World War II){prop}
holoenzimaholoenzyme{f} [enzyme]
hologramahologram{m}
hombríamanhood{f}
hombríamanliness{f}
hombreHey!{interj}
hombreMan!{interj}
hombreOh, come on! , ¡Si hombre!{interj}
hombrea 17th century card game also called ombre{m}
hombre(anthropology, archaeology, paleontology) man, in the sense of an individual of the species Homo sapiens, the genus Homo, or the subtribe Hominina{m}
hombrea top in male-male sex{m}
hombreHusband{m} [colloquial]
hombreMan, in the sense of adult male human{m}
hombreMan, in the sense of all humans collectively; mankind, humankind{m}
hombrecillodiminutive form of hombre, a small man{m}
hombrecitodiminutive form of hombre, small man{m}
hombre de Diosa man of God, a godly man{m}
hombre de Diosa minister{m}
hombre de Diosa priest{m}
hombre de guerraa man of war, a military man{m}
hombre de letrasman of letters, a literary man{m}
hombre del mundoman of the world, a worldly man{m}
hombre de negociosa businessman{m}
hombre lobowerewolf{m}
hombre prevenido vale por dosforewarned is forearmed{proverb}
hombrerashoulderpad{f}
hombrerashoulder padding{f}
hombrerashoulder patch{f}
hombre ranafrogman{m}
hombroshoulder{m}
homenajehomage{m}
homenajetribute{m}
homenajearto pay homage or tribute to{v}
homeopatíahomeopathy{f}
HomeroHomer (poet){prop}
Homeromale given name, equivalent to English Homer{prop}
homófobohomophobic{adj}
homófobohomophobe{m}
homófonohomophone{m}
homicidamurderous, homicidal{adj}
homicidamurderer{mf}
homicidiohomicide{m}
homicidiomanslaughter{m}
homólogacounterpart{f}
homólogocounterpart{m}
homónimohomonymous{adj}
homónimohomonym{m}
homo-homo-{prefix}
homofóbicohomophobic{adj}
homofobiahomophobia{f}
homofoníahomophony{f}
homogeneidadhomogeneity{f}
homogeneizarto homogenize{v}
homogéneohomogeneous{adj}
homologaciónaccreditation{f}
homologarto standardize{v}
homoserinahomoserine{f} [amino acid]
homosexualhomosexual{adj}
homosexualhomosexual{mf}
homosexualidadhomosexuality{f}
homosporahomospore{f} [botany]
homéricoHomeric{adj}
hondasling{f}
hondodeep{adj}
hondoprofound{adj}
hondodeeply{adv}
honduradepth{f}
hondurasplural of hondura; depths{fp}
HondurasHonduras{prop}
hondureñoHonduran{adj}
hondureñoHonduran{m}
honestamentehonestly{adv}
honestidadhonesty{f}
honestohonest{adj}
hongobowler hat, or (US) derby{m}
hongofungus{m}
hongomushroom{m}
honorhonor{m}
honorablehonorable{adj}
honorablementehonourably{adv}
honorariohonorary, fee{m}
honoríficohonorific{adj}
honradamentehonorably{adv}
honradezhonesty{f}
honradohonest, truthful{adj}
honradohonorable{adj}
honradohonored{adj}
honrarto honor{v}
hopanoidehopanoid{m}
horahour{f}
horatime{f}
horacianoHoratian{adj}
HoracioHorace (poet){prop}
Horaciomale given name, equivalent to English Horace{prop}
horadoA hole or other perforation that crosses something from side to side, or that crosses all of its parts{m}
horadocavern{m}
horariotimetable, schedule{m}
horario de veranodaylight saving time{m}
Hora Universal CoordinadaCoordinated Universal Time{prop}
horcagallows{f}
horcapitchfork{f}
horchatahorchata{f}
horcónpitchfork{m}
hordahorde{f}
hordiobarley{m} [archaic]
horecathe hotel and catering industry{m}
horizontalhorizontal{adj}
horizontalmentehorizontally{adv}
horizontehorizon{m}
horizonte de eventosevent horizon{m} [astrophysics]
horizonte de sucesosevent horizon{m} [astrophysics]
hormaform, mold{f}
hormahat block{f}
hormashoe tree{f}
hormigaant{f}
hormiga leónantlion{f}
hormigónconcrete (building material){m}
hormigueotingling sensation{m}
hormigueroant colony{m}
hormigueroanthill{m}
hormigueroplace with lots of people{m} [figuratively]
hormonahormone{f}
hormonalhormonal{adj}
hormonas de sexosex hormone{n}
hornablendahornblende{f}
hornadabaking{f}
hornadabatch (quantity of baked goods made at one time){f}
hornearto bake{v}
hornoa very hot place{m}
hornofurnace{m}
hornooven{m}
horno de microondasmicrowave oven, microwave{m}
horópterahoropter{f}
horquillafork (of a bicycle){f}
horquillahairpin, hairpin turn{f}
horrendohorrendous, horrific, dreadful, awful{adj}
horriblehorrible{adj}
horriblementehorribly{adv}
horripilantehorrifying, shocking, ghastly, grisly{adj}
horripilarto horrify{v}
horroA poor quality cigarette or snuff{adj}
horroCattle that are given to dignitaries of the region, maintained at the expense of the owners or ranchers{adj}
horrofree (from slavery, etc.){adj}
horrorhorror{m}
horrorizadoaghast; horrified{adj}
horrorosohorrible{adj}
horóscopohoroscope (astrological forecast){m}
hortalizavegetable{f}
Hortensiafemale given name{prop}
horteratasteless, gaudy, tacky, cheesy{adj}
horteraa wooden pot{f}
horteraa tasteless person{mf}
horteraassistant in a shop{mf} [Madrid]
horteradavulgarity, insipidity, cheesiness (quality of bad taste){f}
horticultorhorticulturist{m}
horticultora(female) horticulturist{f}
horticulturahorticulture{f}
horxataObsolete spelling of horchata{f}
hoscosullen, surly{adj}
hospedadorhost{m} [biology]
hospedajelodging; accommodations{m}
hospedarto lodge{v}
hospederíahospice{f}
hospiciohospice{m}
hospitalhospital{m}
hospitalariohospitable{adj}
hospitalarioone of the Knights Hospitaller{m}
hospitalidadhospitality{f}
hospitalizarto hospitalize{v}
hospital psiquiátricomental hospital{n}
hostalhostel; cheap hotel{m}
hosteleríacatering (the catering trade){f}
hosteleríathe hostel industry{f}
hosteleroOf or pertaining to an inn{adj}
hosteleroinnkeeper{m}
hostiacommunion, communion wafer, wafer, host (religious token){f}
hostiajeez (expression of surprise){interj} [vulgar]
hostigarto harass{v}
hostigarto lash{v}
hostigarto pester{v}
hostilhostile{adj}
hostilidadhostility{f}
hostilmentehostilely{adv}
hot doghot dog, the complete snack - never just the sausage{m} [Mexico]
hotelhotel{m}
hoteleríacatering (the catering trade){f}
hoteleríathe hostel or hotel industry{f}
hotentoteHottentot (people and language){m}
househouse music, house{m}
hoytoday{adv}
hoy en díaNowadays; these days; in the present time or era{adv} [idiomatic]
hoyohole{m}
hoyo negroblack hole (celestial body){m}
hoy por ti mañana por miyou scratch my back and I'll scratch yours{phrase} [idiomatic]
hozsickle{f}
hozarto root, to dig with the snout{vt}
hípicahorse racing{f}
hípicoequestrian{adj}
hípicoequine{adj}
héroehero{m}
hórreoAn 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.{m}
hórreogranary (storehouse){m}
húsarhussar (light cavalry of European armies){m}
huachafoOf or pertaining to a person or object resulting from poor taste, not fashionable, bad personal manners or bad habits{adj} [slang]
huachinangoalternative form of guachinango{m} [Mexico]
HuancayoA village located in the central highlands of Peru{prop}
huarachesandal{m} [Mexico]
huasoastute person characteristic of a Chilean countryman{adj} [Chile]
huasoawkward rural person who cannot adapt to urban areas{adj} [Chile]
huasoof or relating to huasos{adj}
huasoChilean cowboy, horseman{m}
huasocountryman, or Chilean rural laborer{m}
huauzontleA flowering plant of the goosefoot family, consumed primarily for its edible inflorescence{m} [Mexico]
huazontlealternative form of huauzontle{m}
huchapiggy bank{f} [Spain]
huebraacre; as much land as can be ploughed in a day{f} [legal]
huecohollow{adj}
huecohole, gap{m}
huecohollow{m}
huegoobsolete spelling of fuego{n}
HuehuetenangoA department of Guatemala{prop}
huejutlenseA resident or native of the city of{mf}
huejutlenseOf or pertaining to the city of{mf}
huelgastrike (work stoppage){f}
huelga decirneedless to say{phrase}
huelga de hambrehunger strike{f}
huelga generalgeneral strike{f}
huellafootprint{f}
Huelvaa city in south-western Spain{prop}
hueónalternative spelling of huevón{m}
huertagarden, vegetable garden{f}
huertaorchard, cultivated land{f}
huertofruit and vegetable garden (garden used for cultivation of agricultural crops){m}
HuescaHuesca (a city in northeastern Spain, in the autonomous community of Aragon){prop}
huesobone{m} [anatomy]
huesoA stone; the central part of some fruits, consisting of the seed and a hard endocarp layer (like those of peach, olive, avocado or mango){m} [botany]
huesoa political position (designated or elected){m} [politics, Mexico, slang]
hueso coxalhip bone, innominate bone{m}
hueso cuboidescuboid bone{m}
hueso de la caderahip bone, innominate bone{m}
hueso frontalfrontal bone{m}
hueso grandecapitate bone{m}
hueso innominadohip bone, innominate bone{m}
hueso temporaltemporal bone{m}
huesteground, finely powdered{adj} [Honduras]
huesteBeaten and ready for the preparation of tortillas{adj} [of corn dough, Honduras]
huestefollowing (group of followers, supporters){f}
huestearmy, troops{f} [usually, plural]
huestesarmy{fp}
huesudobony; having many bones{adj}
huevasloth, laziness{f} [colloquial]
huevaroe (mass of eggs){f}
huevaspawn (eggs of an aquatic organism){f}
huevadathing{f} [Chile, colloquial]
huevadabullshit{f} [Chile, vulgar]
huevearto mess around{v} [Chile]
huevearto peeve, annoy{v} [Chile]
huevearto bullshit, wind up, kid{v} [Chile, vulgar]
huevearto fool around{v} [Peru, vulgar]
huevónstupid{adj} [colloquial, vulgar, South America]
huevóna lazy or stupid person{m} [colloquial, Latin America]
huevónlarge egg{m}
huevóna person, pal or buddy{m} [slang, Chile]
huevónlarge testicle{m} [slang]
huevóna synonym for asshole{m} [Venezuela]
huevoovule{m} [biology]
huevozygote{m} [biology]
huevoegg{m}
huevospawn{m}
huevotesticle{m} [vulgar, slang]
huevo escalfadopoached egg{m}
huevonafeminine form of huevón{f}
huevosguts, balls (courage, bravery){mp} [slang, idiomatic, vulgar]
huevos estrelladosfried eggs{m}
huevos revueltosscrambled eggs{m}
huevos rotosA dish consisting of fried eggs with the yolk broken after cooking{mp} [Spain]
Hugomale given name, equivalent to Hugh{prop}
huidaflight (act of fleeing){f}
huilocrippled{adj} [colloquial, Mexico]
huiloa crippled person{m} [colloquial, Mexico]
huincaPerson who is not Mapuche{m}
huinchatape, ribbon{f} [Latin America]
huipilhuipil{m}
huirto avoid{v}
huirto escape{v}
huirto flee, to run away{v}
huisacheThe needle bush or sweet acacia (Vachelia farnesiana), a thorny tree of the genus Vachellia native to Mexico and Central America{m}
huitlacochecorn smut{m} [Mexico]
hulerubber tree{m} [Mexico]
hulenatural rubber{m}
hullabituminous coal{f}
humatamale{f} [Chile]
Humahuacaa small city in northern Argentina{prop}
humahuaqueñoOf or from Humahuaca{adj}
humana(female) human{f}
humanamentehumanely{adv}
humanamentehumanly{adv}
humanidadhumanity{f}
humanismohumanism{m}
humanitariohumanitarian{adj}
humanizarto humanize{v}
humanohuman{adj}
humanohumane{adj}
humanohuman, human being{m}
Humbertomale given name, cognate to Humbert{prop}
humeantesmoking{adj}
humeantesteamy, steaming (giving off steam){adj}
humearto smoke{v}
humearto steam{v}
humedaddampness{f}
humedadhumidity{f}
humedadmoisture{f}
humedecerto dampen, moisten, wet, humidify{vt}
humidificadorhumidifier{m}
humildadhumbleness{f}
humildehumble{adj}
humildementehumbly{adv}
humillaciónhumiliation{f}
humilladohumiliated{adj}
humillantehumiliating{adj}
humillarto humiliate{v}
humitatamale{f} [Argentina, Chile, Peru]
humitabow tie{f} [Chile]
humofume{m}
humosmoke{m}
humorhumor{m}
humormood{m}
humoradalittle joke, witticism{f}
humorismohumor{m}
humor negroblack humor{m}
hunafeminine form of huno{f}
hundimientocave in, collapse{m}
hundirto collapse, subside{vr}
hundirto sink{vr}
hundirto ruin, destroy{vt}
hundirto sink, engulf{vt}
HungríaHungary{prop}
hunoOf or relating to the Huns{adj}
hunoHun{m}
huracánhurricane{m}
hurañoantisocial, unsociable{adj}
hurañoshy{adj}
huérfanafeminine form of huérfano{f}
huérfanoorphan{adj}
huérfanoorphan{m}
hurgarto root, rummage, poke about{vi}
hurgarto poke at, pick{vt}
hurónferret{m}
huronearto pry into{v}
hurtadillasby stealth{adv}
hurtarto steal, purloin{v}
hurtotheft{m}
husmearto track by smell{v}
husospindle{m}
huéspedguest{mf}
huéspedlodger{mf}
huyexpression of pain, anguish, fright{interj}