how

1
[ hou ]
/ haʊ /

adverb

conjunction

noun

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Idioms for how

Origin of how

1
before 900; Middle English how, hu, Old English hū; cognate with Old Frisian hū, ho, Dutch hoe; akin to German wie (Old High German hweo), Gothic hwaiwa
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British Dictionary definitions for how so (1 of 2)

how1
/ (haʊ) /

adverb

noun

the way a thing is donethe how of it

Word Origin for how

Old English hu; related to Old Frisian hū, Old High German hweo

British Dictionary definitions for how so (2 of 2)

how2
/ (haʊ) /

sentence substitute

a greeting supposed to be or have been used by American Indians and often used humorously

Word Origin for how

C19: of Siouan origin; related to Dakota háo
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Idioms and Phrases with how so (1 of 2)

how so?

see under how come?

Idioms and Phrases with how so (2 of 2)

how

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