heller

1
[ hel-er ]
/ ˈhɛl ər /

noun Informal.

a noisy, rowdy, troublesome person; hellion.

Origin of heller

1
1890–95, Americanism; short for hell-raiser

Definition for heller (2 of 3)

heller

2
[ hel-er ]
/ ˈhɛl ər /

noun, plural hel·lers, hel·ler.

a former coin of various German states, usually equal to half a pfennig.
a former bronze coin of Austria, the 100th part of a korona.

Origin of heller

2
1565–75; < German, Middle High German haller, heller, after Schwäbisch Hall Swabian town where they were orig. minted; see -er1

Definition for heller (3 of 3)

Heller

[ hel-er ]
/ ˈhɛl ər /

noun

Joseph,1923–99, U.S. novelist.
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British Dictionary definitions for heller (1 of 3)

heller

1
/ (ˈhɛlə) /

noun plural -ler

a monetary unit of the Czech Republic and Slovakia, worth one hundredth of a koruna
any of various old German or Austrian coins of low denomination

Word Origin for heller

from German haller a silver coin, after Hall, town in Swabia where the coins were minted

British Dictionary definitions for heller (2 of 3)

heller

2
/ (ˈhɛlə) /

noun

another word for hellion

British Dictionary definitions for heller (3 of 3)

Heller

/ (ˈhɛlə) /

noun

Joseph. 1923–99, US novelist. His works include Catch 22 (1961), God Knows (1984), Picture This (1988), and Closing Time (1994)
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