hellen cried, rubbing his eyes to make sure he was not dreaming.
The spectacle was so shocking that for some minutes hellen was too overcome to speak.
"I will do my best," hellen said, and kneeling beside the man, he took off the bandages and wrapped them round again.
Pg 266 entry for 'hellen'; 'Fitzgerald' changed to 'Fitz-gerald'.
The Greeks called themselves hellenes, after hellen their eponymous divine leader.
I know that hellen and all of you are very backward in that respect.
(A variant of the earlier hield; cf. Dutch hellen, for helden), to turn over to one side, especially of a ship.
Sisyphus, the son of olus and grandson of hellen, Reigns in Corinth, and some say that he built that city.
Then the terrified mother thought of her younger girls,—Mary, and hellen, and Margaret.
It also appears that his mother was named 'hellen,' and that she died as 'a widow' in November 1608.