haler

[ hah-ler ]
/ ˈhɑ lər /

noun

Also heller. a minor coin of the Czech Republic, the 100th part of a koruna.

Origin of haler

1930–35; < Czech haléř < Middle High German haller, variant of heller heller2

Definition for haler (2 of 2)

hale1
[ heyl ]
/ heɪl /

adjective, hal·er, hal·est.

free from disease or infirmity; robust; vigorous: hale and hearty men in the prime of life.

Origin of hale

1
before 1000; Middle English (north); Old English hāl whole

SYNONYMS FOR hale

ANTONYMS FOR hale

OTHER WORDS FROM hale

hale·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for haler (1 of 4)

haler
/ (ˈhɑːlə) /

noun plural -lers or -leru (-ləˌruː)

a variant of heller 1 (def. 1)

British Dictionary definitions for haler (2 of 4)

hale1
/ (heɪl) /

adjective

healthy and robust (esp in the phrase hale and hearty)
Scot and Northern English dialect whole

Derived forms of hale

haleness, noun

Word Origin for hale

Old English hæl whole

British Dictionary definitions for haler (3 of 4)

hale2
/ (heɪl) /

verb

(tr) to pull or drag; haul

Derived forms of hale

haler, noun

Word Origin for hale

C13: from Old French haler, of Germanic origin; compare Old High German halōn to fetch, Old English geholian to acquire

British Dictionary definitions for haler (4 of 4)

Hale
/ (heɪl) /

noun

George Ellery. 1868–1938, US astronomer: undertook research into sunspots and invented the spectroheliograph
Sir Matthew. 1609–76, English judge and scholar; Lord Chief Justice (1671–76)
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