[ hey ]
/ heɪ /
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Definition for hehs (2 of 2)
[ hey ]
/ heɪ /
the fifth letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
any of the sounds represented by this letter.
Origin of he2
From the Hebrew word hēʾ
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British Dictionary definitions for hehs (1 of 7)
the chemical symbol for
British Dictionary definitions for hehs (2 of 7)
His (or Her) Excellency
British Dictionary definitions for hehs (3 of 7)
/ (heɪ) /
an exclamation of surprise or inquiry
British Dictionary definitions for hehs (4 of 7)
/ (hɛ) /
an indication of sly amusement, used esp in electronic communication
British Dictionary definitions for hehs (5 of 7)
/ (hiː, unstressed iː) /
refers to a male person or animalhe looks interesting; he's a fine stallion
refers to an indefinite antecedent such as one, whoever, or anybodyeverybody can do as he likes in this country
refers to a person or animal of unknown or unspecified sexa member of the party may vote as he sees fit
Word Origin for he
Old English hē; related to Old Saxon hie, Old High German her he, Old Slavonic sĭ this, Latin cis on this side
British Dictionary definitions for hehs (6 of 7)
/ (heɪ, Hebrew he) /
the fifth letter of the Hebrew alphabet (ה), transliterated as h
British Dictionary definitions for hehs (7 of 7)
/ (hiː, heɪ) /
an expression of amusement or derisionAlso: he-he!, hee-hee!
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Medical definitions for hehs
The symbol for the elementhelium
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Scientific definitions for hehs
The symbol for helium.
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