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{interj}  :: huh!
ha {v}  :: obsolete spelling of há
hũa {art}  :: obsolete form of uma
Habacuc {prop}  :: Habakkuk (book of the Bible)
Habacuque {prop}  :: alternative form of Habacuc
habilidade {f}  :: ability
habilidosa {adj}  :: feminine form of habilidoso
habilidosas {adj}  :: feminine plural of habilidoso
habilidoso {adj}  :: skilled
habilmente {adv}  :: ably (with great ability)
habilíssima {adj}  :: feminine form of habilíssimo
habilíssimas {adj}  :: feminine plural of habilíssimo
habilíssimo {adj}  :: very skilful; highly skilled
habitabilidade {f}  :: habitability
habitacional {adj}  :: Referrent to habitation; habitational
habitante {mf}  :: inhabitant (someone or thing who lives in a place)
habitação {f}  :: dwelling, residence
habitação {f}  :: habitation (the act of inhabitating)
habitar {vt}  :: to inhabit (to live or reside in some place)
habitat {m} [biology]  :: habitat (natural conditions in which a plant or animal lives)
habitável {adj}  :: habitable, inhabitable
hackear {vt} [computing]  :: to hack
hacker {mf} [computing]  :: hacker (one who uses a computer to gain unauthorised access to data)
haddock {m}  :: alternative form of hadoque
Hades {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Hades
Híades {prop} [astronomy]  :: Hyades (an open cluster)
Híades {prop} [Greek god]  :: Hyades (daughters of Atlas)
hadj {m}  :: alternative spelling of hajj
hadoque {m}  :: haddock (marine fish)
hadrão {m} [particle, Portugal]  :: hadron (strongly interacting particle)
haggis {m}  :: haggis (Scottish dish made of minced offal and oatmeal)
Hagia Sofia {prop}  :: Hagia Sophia (a former basilica, now a museum in Turkey)
haha {interj}  :: haha (representation of laughter)
Haia {prop}  :: The Hague (Dutch city)
haiduque {m} [historical, rare]  :: hajduk (outlaw, highwayman or freedom fighter in the Balkans)
haiku {m} [poetry]  :: haiku (type of poem used in Japanese poetry)
Haiti {prop}  :: Haiti
haitiano {adj}  :: Haitian (of, from or pertaining to Haiti)
haitiano {m}  :: Haitian (person from Haiti)
haitiano {m} [uncountable, rare]  :: Haitian Creole (French-based creole spoken in Haiti)
hajj {m} [Islam]  :: hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca)
halal {adj} [of food]  :: halal (fit to eat according to Muslim religious customs)
haleto {m} [chemistry]  :: halide
haliote {m}  :: abalone (edible univalve mollusc)
halita {f} [mineral]  :: halite
halitose {f} [pathology]  :: halitosis (condition of having foul-smelling breath)
halo {m} [astronomy]  :: halo (atmospheric phenomenon)
halo {m} [religion, iconography]  :: halo (luminous disc around the heads of saints)
halogenação {f} [chemistry]  :: halogenation
halogenar {v} [chemistry]  :: To halogenate
halogeneto {m} [chemistry]  :: halide
halogênio {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: halogen
halter {m}  :: alternative form of haltere
haltere {m}  :: dumbbell (a weight with two disks attached to a short bar)
halterofilismo {m}  :: weightlifting
halvah {f}  :: halva (confection made from sesame seeds and honey)
hamato {m} [skeleton]  :: hamate bone
hambúrguer {m}  :: hamburger
hamburger {m}  :: hamburger
Hamburgo {prop}  :: Hamburg (city)
Hamburgo {prop}  :: Hamburg (state)
Hamlet {prop}  :: Hamlet (the main character of the play Hamlet)
hamster {m}  :: hamster (small, short-tailed European rodent)
handebol {m}  :: handball
handebolista {mf}  :: handballer
handicap {m}  :: advantage
handicap {m}  :: handicap, disadvantage
hangar {m}  :: hangar (large structure where aircraft are kept)
hangul {m}  :: Hangeul (Korean phonetic script)
Hanói {prop}  :: Hanoi (capital of Vietnam)
Hanumã {prop}  :: alternative form of Hanuman
Hanuman {prop}  :: Hanuman (Hindu demi-god)
Hanôver {prop}  :: Hanover (British royal family)
Hanôver {prop}  :: Hanover (German city)
Haora {prop}  :: Howrah (city in India)
haplogrupo {m} [genetics]  :: haplogroup (group of haplotypes)
hardware {m} [computing]  :: hardware (parts of a computer that is fixed and cannot be altered without replacement or physical modification)
harém {m}  :: harem (group of female animals herded and controlled by a male)
harém {m}  :: harem (group of women in a polygamous household)
harém {m}  :: harem (the private part of an Arab household)
harmónica {adj}  :: feminine form of harmónico
harmônica {adj}  :: feminine form of harmônico
harmónica {f} [musici]  :: harmonica
harmónicas {adj}  :: feminine plural of harmónico
harmônicas {adj}  :: feminine plural of harmônico
harmônico {adj} [Brazil]  :: alternative form of harmónico
harmónico {adj}  :: harmonic
harmonia {f}  :: harmony (pleasing arrangement of sounds)
harmonia {f} [uncountable]  :: harmony; agreement; accord
harmonia vocálica {f} [linguistics]  :: vowel harmony (phonological process that limits which vowels may be found near each other)
harmoniosa {adj}  :: feminine form of harmonioso
harmoniosas {adj}  :: feminine plural of harmonioso
harmonioso {adj}  :: harmonious
harmonização {f}  :: harmonization
harmonizar {v}  :: to harmonize
harpa {f}  :: harp (musical instrument)
harpa de boca {f}  :: Jew's harp (musical instrument)
harpia {f}  :: harpy
harpão {m}  :: alternative spelling of arpão
Harvard {prop}  :: Harvard (place name)
Harvard {prop}  :: Harvard (university)
Haryana {prop}  :: Haryana (state)
h aspirado {m} [linguistics]  :: aspirated h (in the French language usage of the letter h at the start of a word which does not allow liaison with a preceding consonant)
hasta {f}  :: auction
hasta {f}  :: spear
haste {f} [plant]  :: stem, stalk
haste {f}  :: pole
Havaí {prop} [Brazil]  :: Hawaii (island chain in the Pacific ocean)
Havaí {prop} [Brazil]  :: Hawaii (state of the United States of America)
Havaí {prop} [Brazil]  :: Hawaii (the largest the Hawaiian islands)
Havai {prop} [Portugal]  :: alternative form of Havaí
havaiana {adj}  :: feminine form of havaiano
havaianas {adj}  :: feminine plural of havaiano
havaiano {adj}  :: Hawaiian (of, from or relating to Hawaii)
havaiano {adj}  :: Hawaiian (of, in or relating to the Hawaiian language)
havaiano {m}  :: Hawaiian (person from Hawaii)
havaiano {m} [uncountable]  :: Hawaiian (Polynesian language spoken in Hawaii)
havana {m}  :: Havana (type of cigar produced in Cuba)
Havana {prop}  :: Havana (capital)
haver {m}  :: outstanding debt
haver {v} [archaic]  :: To have; to own; to possess
haver {v} [catenative, used with “de”]  :: ought to;
haver {v}  :: have (auxiliary verb, used to form the perfect tense)
haver {v} [impersonal]  :: There be; to exist
haver {v}  :: to happen; to occur
haver {v}  :: to recover; to regain
Hawaí {prop}  :: alternative form of Havaí
Hawaií {prop}  :: alternative form of Havaí
haxixe {m}  :: hashish (dried leaves of the Indian hemp plant used as a narcotic)
hábil {adj}  :: deft, skillful
hábil {adj}  :: skilled
hábito {m}  :: habit (an action done on a regular basis)
hábito {m}  :: habit (clothing of priests and nuns)
Hébridas {prop}  :: Hebrides (group of islands)
híbrido {adj}  :: hybrid (consisting of diverse components)
híbrido {m} [biology]  :: hybrid (offspring resulting from crossbreeding)
híbrido {m}  :: hybrid (car that runs on both fuel and electricity)
híbrido {m}  :: hybrid (something of mixed origin)
húbris {m}  :: hubris (excessive pride or arrogance)
Hécate {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Hecate
hídrica {adj}  :: feminine form of hídrico
hídricas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hídrico
hídrico {adj}  :: hydrous
hádron {m} [Brazil]  :: alternative form of hadrão
he {v}  :: obsolete spelling of é
heavy metal {m} [music]  :: heavy metal (genre of rock music)
hebdomadário {m}  :: weekly (publication that is published once a week)
Hebe {prop} [Greek god]  :: Hebe (goddess of youth)
hebraica {adj}  :: feminine form of hebraico
hebraicas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hebraico
hebraico {adj}  :: Hebrew (pertaining to the people)
hebraização {f}  :: Hebraization; Hebraisation
hebreia {adj}  :: feminine form of hebreu
hebreia {f}  :: feminine form of hebreu
hebreu {m}  :: Hebrew (person)
hebréia {adj}  :: obsolete spelling of hebreia
hebréia {f}  :: obsolete spelling of hebreia
hectare {m}  :: hectare (unit of surface area)
hectômetro {m} [Brazil]  :: alternative form of hectómetro
hectómetro {m} [Portugal]  :: hectometre (100 metres)
hecto- {prefix}  :: hecto- (hundred)
hedionda {adj}  :: feminine form of hediondo
hediondas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hediondo
hediondo {adj}  :: heinous
hedonismo {m} [ethics]  :: hedonism (belief that pleasure or happiness is the highest good in life)
Hefaísto {n}  :: alternative form of Hefesto
Hefesto {n} [Greek god]  :: Hephaestus
hegemonia {f}  :: hegemony (domination, influence, or authority over a nation or society)
hehe {interj}  :: hehe (sound of a giggle)
hein {interj} [at the end of a sentence]  :: huh? (used as a reinforcement of a question)
hein {interj}  :: response to a statement that is unexpected or idiotic
hein {interj} [used by itself]  :: what? (used when one didn’t hear or understand something)
Heitor {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Hector (the Trojan hero)
Helena {prop}  :: Helen (female given name)
helianto {m}  :: sunflower (any plant of the genus Helianthus, characterised by their large, yellow floral head)
helicóptero {m}  :: helicopter (aircraft)
heliolatria {f} [theology]  :: heliotheism; heliolatry (worship of the sun as a god)
heliotrópio {m} [botany]  :: heliotrope (plant that turns so that it faces the sun)
heliotrópio {m}  :: sunflower (any plant of the genus Helianthus, characterised by their large, yellow floral head)
helmíntica {adj}  :: feminine form of helmíntico
helmínticas {adj}  :: feminine plural of helmíntico
helmíntico {adj}  :: helminthic
helmo {m}  :: obsolete spelling of elmo
Heloísa {prop}  :: female given name, cognate to English Eloise
Helsinque {prop} [Brazil]  :: Helsinki (the capital city of Finland)
Helsínquia {prop} [Portugal]  :: alternative form of Helsinque
hem {interj}  :: rare form of hein
hematócito {m}  :: hematocyte (blood cell)
hematoencefálica {adj}  :: feminine form of hematoencefálico
hematoencefálicas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hematoencefálico
hematoencefálico {adj}  :: hematoencephalic
hematologia {f} [medicine]  :: haematology (scientific study of blood and blood-producing organs)
hematoma {m} [medicine]  :: bruise (purple mark on the skin resulting from a blow)
hematúria {f} [pathology]  :: hematuria
hemácia {f}  :: blood cell (any of the cells normally found in the blood)
hemimorfita {f} [mineral]  :: hemimorphite
hemisfera {f}  :: hemisphere
hemisfério {m}  :: hemisphere
hemisfério norte {m}  :: Northern Hemisphere (hemisphere to the north of its equator)
hemisfério sul {m}  :: Southern Hemisphere (hemisphere to the south of its equator)
hemólise {f}  :: hemolysis
hemocianina {f}  :: hemocyanin
hemocromatose {f}  :: hemochromatosis (metabolic disorder)
hemodiálise {f}  :: hemodialysis
hemoglobina {f}  :: hemoglobin (the iron-containing substance in red blood cells that transports oxygen)
hemolítica {adj}  :: feminine form of hemolítico
hemolíticas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hemolítico
hemolítico {adj}  :: haemolytic
hemorragia {f}  :: hemorrhage (release of blood; bleeding)
hemorrhagia {f}  :: obsolete spelling of hemorragia
hemorroida {f} [usually, in the plural]  :: hemorrhoid (perianal varicosity)
hemossiderina {f}  :: hemosiderin
hemostasia {f} [medicine]  :: hemostasis (keeping of blood inside a damaged vessel)
hemovanadina {f}  :: hemovanadin
hemíptero {m}  :: hemipter (any insect of the order Hemiptera)
hemóstase {f} [medicine]  :: hemostasis (keeping of blood inside a damaged vessel)
hena {f}  :: henna (dye made from the leaves of the henna shrub)
hena {f}  :: henna (Lawsonia inernis, a shrub)
hendecassílaba {adj}  :: feminine form of hendecassílabo
hendecassílabas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hendecassílabo
hendecassílabo {adj}  :: hendecasyllabic (having eleven syllables)
Henrique {prop}  :: male given name, cognate to English Henry
Henriqueta {prop}  :: Henrietta
hentai {m}  :: hentai (a work of anime that contains sexual art)
hepatite {f} [diseases]  :: hepatitis
heptagonal {adj}  :: heptagonal (having seven angles and sides)
heptano {m} [organic compound]  :: heptane (saturated aliphatic hydrocarbon: C7H16)
heptatlo {m}  :: heptathlon
heptavalente {adj} [chemistry]  :: heptavalent
heptágono {m}  :: heptagon
hepática {f}  :: liverwort (bryophyte with a leafy stem)
heptil {m} [organic chemistry]  :: heptyl
hera {f}  :: ivy (plant)
Hera {n} [Greek god]  :: Hera
herança {f}  :: heritage, inheritance, legacy
herbicida {m}  :: herbicide (substance used to kill plants)
herbário {m}  :: herbarium (collection of dried plants)
herbívoro {adj}  :: herbivorous (feeding only on plants)
herbívoro {m}  :: herbivore (plant-eating organism)
hercúlea {adj}  :: feminine form of hercúleo
hercúleas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hercúleo
hercúleo {adj}  :: Herculean (of extraordinary might, power, size, etc.)
hercúleo {adj}  :: Herculean (requiring a huge amount of work)
herdança {f} [dialectal]  :: alternative form of herança
herdar {v}  :: to inherit (derive from people or conditions previously in force)
herdar {v}  :: to inherit (receive a characteristic from one's ancestors by genetic transmission)
herdar {v}  :: to inherit (receive property or a title by legal succession etc.)
herdeiro {m}  :: heir, inheritor
herdeiro {m}  :: successor
Heródoto de Halicarnasso {prop}  :: Herodotus (ancient historian)
hereditariedade {f}  :: heredity
hereditária {adj}  :: feminine form of hereditário
hereditárias {adj}  :: feminine plural of hereditário
hereditário {adj}  :: hereditary
herege {adj}  :: heretical (of or pertaining to heresy or heretics)
herege {n}  :: heretic (someone whose beliefs are contrary to fundamental tenets)
heresia {f}  :: heresy (dissension from religious dogma)
herói {m}  :: hero
heróica {adj}  :: feminine form of heróico
heróicas {adj}  :: feminine plural of heróico
heróico {adj}  :: heroic
heráldica {f}  :: heraldry (the profession of devising and blazoning arms)
heráldicas {adj}  :: feminine plural of heráldico
heráldico {adj}  :: armorial
heráldico {adj}  :: heraldic
hermafrodita {adj}  :: hermaphrodite (having both male and female gonads)
hermafrodita {mf}  :: hermaphrodite (organism having both male and female gonads)
Hermafrodito {prop} [Greek god]  :: Hermaphroditus (Greek god)
hermano {m} [Brazil, informal, colloquial]  :: Argentinian
hermenêutica {f}  :: hermeneutics (art and science of text interpretation)
Hermes {n} [Greek god]  :: Hermes
hermeticamente {adv}  :: hermetically
hermida {f}  :: obsolete spelling of ermida
hermética {adj}  :: feminine form of hermético
herméticas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hermético
hermético {adj}  :: hermetic
Herodes {prop}  :: Herod (king)
heroína {f}  :: heroin
heroína {f}  :: heroine
heroísmo {m}  :: heroism (the qualities characteristic of a hero, the display of them)
herpes {n} [medicine]  :: herpes (viral disease)
herpes-zóster {m} [pathology]  :: herpes zoster (acute viral inflammation)
herpetólogo {m}  :: herpetologist (one who studies reptiles)
herpetologia {f}  :: herpetology (the branch of biology dealing with reptiles)
herético {adj}  :: heretical (of or pertaining to heresy or heretics)
herético {adj} [of ideas or views]  :: heretical (contrary to mainstream or accepted opinion)
hertz {m}  :: hertz (unit of frequency)
Herzegovina {prop}  :: Herzegovina (Southern wedge of the country of Bosnia and Herzegovina)
hesitação {f}  :: hesitation (act of hesitating)
hesitar {v}  :: to hesitate
Hesíodo {prop}  :: Hesiod (Greek poet)
Hespanha {prop}  :: obsolete form of Espanha
hespanhol {adj}  :: obsolete spelling of espanhol
hespanhol {n}  :: obsolete spelling of espanhol
heteróclita {adj}  :: feminine form of heteróclito
heteróclitas {adj}  :: feminine plural of heteróclito
heteróclito {adj}  :: eclectic
heteróclito {adj}  :: heteroclite
heterônimo {m} [Brazil]  :: alternative form of heterónimo
heterónimo {m} [linguistics, Portugal]  :: heteronym (word having the same spelling but different pronunciation)
heterónimo {m} [literature, Portugal]  :: heteronym (fictitious character writing in a different style)
heterocíclica {adj}  :: feminine form of heterocíclico
heterocíclicas {adj}  :: feminine plural of heterocíclico
heterocíclico {adj} [organic chemistry, of a cyclic compound]  :: heterocyclic (containing one or more atoms other than carbon)
heterocromia {f}  :: heterochromia (condition in which multiple pigmentations occur in the eyes, skin or hair)
heterodoxa {adj}  :: feminine form of heterodoxo
heterodoxas {adj}  :: feminine plural of heterodoxo
heterodoxo {adj}  :: heterodox, unorthodox
heterogeneidade {f}  :: heterogeneity (a composition of diverse parts)
heterogênea {adj}  :: feminine form of heterogêneo
heterogêneas {adj}  :: feminine plural of heterogêneo
heterogêneo {adj}  :: heterogeneous; diverse
heterogêneo {adj} [physics, chemistry]  :: heterogeneous (having more than one phase)
heteropoliácido {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: heteropoly acid
heterossexismo {m}  :: heterosexism (discrimination in favour of heterosexuals)
heterossexual {adj}  :: heterosexual
heterossexualidade {f}  :: heterosexuality
heterozigoto {m} [genetics]  :: heterozygote (a diploid individual that has different alleles at one or more genetic loci)
heurística {adj}  :: feminine form of heurístico
heurística {f}  :: heuristic (heuristic method)
heurística {f} [uncountable]  :: heuristics (study of heuristic methods and principles)
heurístico {adj} [computing, of a method or algorithm]  :: heuristic (that is not certain to arrive at an optimal solution)
heurístico {adj}  :: heuristic (relating to general strategies or methods for solving problems)
hexacianoferrato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: hexacyanoferrate
hexacloreto {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: hexachloride
hexaclorobenzeno {m} [organic compound]  :: hexachlorobenzene
hexadecano {m} [organic compound]  :: hexadecane
hexaedro {m}  :: hexahedron
hexafluoreto {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: hexafluoride
hexagonal {adj} [geometry]  :: hexagonal (having six edges)
hexametilenodiamina {f} [organic compound]  :: hexamethylenediamine
hexavalente {adj}  :: hexavalent
hexágono {m}  :: hexagon
hexil {m} [organic chemistry]  :: hexyl
hexóxido {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: hexoxide
hey {v}  :: obsolete spelling of hei
hífen {m}  :: hyphen
háfnio {m}  :: hafnium (chemical element)
Hígia {prop}  :: alternative form of Higeia
hégira {f} [Islam]  :: Hegira (emigration of Muhammad from Mecca to Meddina)
hialoplasma {m} [cytology]  :: cytosol (the solution of a cell’s cytoplasm)
hiato {m} [anatomy]  :: hiatus (opening in an organ)
hiato {m}  :: interruption; pause
hiato {m} [phonology]  :: hiatus (syllable break between two vowels)
hiatus {m}  :: alternative form of hiato
hibakusha {mf}  :: hibakusha (survivor of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki)
hibernação {f} [biology]  :: hibernation (state of inactivity during winter)
hibernar {v} [biology]  :: to hibernate (to spend winter time in hibernation)
hibernar {v} [computing]  :: to hibernate (to enter a standby state)
hibridização {f}  :: hybridization
hibridizar {v}  :: to hybridize
hicória {f} [rare]  :: hickory (tree of genus Carya or Annamocarya)
Hiderabade {prop}  :: Hyderabad (capital of Andhra Pradesh)
Hidra {prop} [astronomy]  :: Hydra (one of Pluto's moons)
Hidra {prop}  :: Hydra (constellation)
Hidra de Lerna {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Hydra (mythical serpent)
hidrargiria {f}  :: alternative form of hidrargirismo
hidrargirismo {m}  :: mercurialism (mercury poisoning)
hidrargiro {m}  :: alternative form of hidrargírio
hidrargírica {adj}  :: feminine form of hidrargírico
hidrargíricas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hidrargírico
hidrargírico {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: mercuric
hidrargírio {m}  :: hydrargyrum
hidratada {adj}  :: feminine form of hidratado
hidratadas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hidratado
hidratado {adj}  :: hydrated
hidratado {adj}  :: hydrous
hidratação {f}  :: hydration
hidratar {v}  :: to hydrate
hidrato {m} [chemistry]  :: hydrate
hidraulicamente {adv}  :: hydraulically
hidrazina {f} [inorganic compound]  :: hydrazine
hidrácido {m} [chemistry]  :: hydracid
hidreto {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: hydride
hidreto de lítio {m} [inorganic compound]  :: lithium hydride
hidrônio {m} [chemistry]  :: hydronium
hidroavião {m} [aircraft, nautical]  :: seaplane (aircraft capable of taking off from water)
hidrocarboneto {m} [organic chemistry]  :: hydrocarbon (compound of carbon and hydrogen)
hidrocraqueamento {m} [organic chemistry]  :: hydrocracking
hidrodesalquilação {f} [organic chemistry]  :: hydrodealkylation
hidrodessulfurização {f} [chemistry]  :: hydrodesulfurization
hidrofóbica {adj}  :: feminine form of hidrofóbico
hidrofóbicas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hidrofóbico
hidrofóbico {adj}  :: hydrophobic
hidrofólio {m} [nautical]  :: hydrofoil (vessel with these wings)
hidrofólio {m} [nautical]  :: hydrofoil (wing on a ship’s hull that raises it out of the water)
hidrofluoração {f}  :: hydrofluoration, hydrofluorination
hidrofobia {f} [pathology]  :: hydrophobia (fear of water)
hidrofobia {f} [pathology]  :: hydrophobia; rabies (disease that causes acute encephalitis)
hidrogenação {f} [chemistry]  :: hydrogenation
hidrogenar {v} [chemistry]  :: To hydrogenate
hidrogenase {f} [enzyme]  :: hydrogenase
hidrogênio {m} [Brazil]  :: alternative spelling of hidrogénio
hidrolase {f} [enzyme]  :: hydrolase
hidrolisado {m}  :: hydrolysate
hidrologia {f}  :: hydrology
hidromel {m}  :: mead (alcoholic drink made from fermented honey)
hidroquinona {f} [organic compound]  :: hydroquinone (the diphenol para-dihydroxy benzene)
hidrossolúvel {adj}  :: hydrosoluble
hidrostático {adj} [physics]  :: hydrostatic (of or relating to hydrostatics)
hidrovia {f}  :: waterway (navigable body of water)
hidroxiapatita {f} [mineral]  :: hydroxyapatite
hidroxila {f} [organic chemistry]  :: hydroxyl
hidroxilbastnasita {f} [mineral]  :: hydroxylbastnäsite
hidráulica {adj}  :: feminine form of hidráulico
hidráulicas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hidráulico
hidráulico {adj}  :: hydraulic
hiena {f}  :: hyena
hierarquia {f}  :: hierarchy
hieróglifo {m}  :: hieroglyph
hieromonge {m}  :: hieromonk (monk of the Eastern Church who is also a priest)
hierosolimita {adj}  :: alternative form of hierosolimitano
hierosolimita {mf}  :: alternative form of hierosolimitano
hierosolimitano {adj}  :: Jerusalemite
hierosolimitano {m}  :: Jerusalemite
hierárquica {adj}  :: feminine form of hierárquico
hierárquicas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hierárquico
hierárquico {adj}  :: hierarchical
hifenização {f}  :: hyphenation
Higeia {prop} [Greek god]  :: Hygiea (Greek goddess of health, cleanliness, and sanitation)
Higia {prop} [Greek god]  :: Hygiea (Greek goddess of health, cleanliness, and sanitation)
higiene {f}  :: hygiene (conditions and practices that promote and preserve health)
higiênica {adj}  :: feminine form of higiênico
higiênicas {adj}  :: feminine plural of higiênico
higiênico {adj} [Brazil]  :: hygienic
higiénico {adj} [Portugal]  :: alternative form of higiênico
higrômetro {m} [Brazil]  :: alternative form of higrómetro
higrómetro {m} [meteorology, Portugal]  :: hygrometer (instrument that measures humidity)
higroscopicidade {f}  :: hygroscopicity
higroscópica {adj}  :: feminine form of higroscópico
higroscópicas {adj}  :: feminine plural of higroscópico
higroscópico {adj} [physics, chemistry]  :: hygroscopic (readily taking up and retaining water)
hióide {m}  :: obsolete spelling of hioide
hijab {m} [countable]  :: hijab (veil worn by Muslim women)
hilariante {adj}  :: hilarious
hilária {adj}  :: feminine form of hilário
hilárias {adj}  :: feminine plural of hilário
hilário {adj}  :: hilarious (very funny)
Himachal Pradesh {prop}  :: Himachal Pradesh
himalaia {adj}  :: feminine form of himalaio
Himalaia {prop}  :: Himalayas (a mountain range of south-central Asia)
himalaias {adj}  :: feminine plural of himalaio
himalaio {adj}  :: Himalayan (of or relating to the Himalayas)
himalaio {m}  :: Himalayan (cat breed)
himalaio {m}  :: Himalayan (inhabitant of the Himalayas)
Himeneu {prop} [Greek god]  :: Hymen (Greek god of marriage)
hindi {m}  :: Hindi (language)
hindu {adj}  :: Hindu
hindu {adj}  :: Indian (of India)
hinduísmo {m}  :: Hinduism (religion native to India)
hinduísta {mf}  :: Hindu (adherent of Hinduism)
hindustani {adj} [dated]  :: Hindustani (related to the Indian subcontinent)
hindustani {m}  :: Hindustani (language encompassing Hindi and Urdu)
hino {m}  :: anthem
hino {m}  :: hymn (a song of praise or worship)
hioide {m} [skeleton]  :: hyoid bone
Hipócrates {prop}  :: Hippocrates (Greek physician)
hipócrita {adj}  :: hypocritical (characterised by hypocrisy or being a hypocrite)
hipócrita {n}  :: hypocrite (person practising hypocrisy)
hipódromo {m}  :: hippodrome
hipódromo {m}  :: racetrack
hipercalciúria {f} [pathology]  :: hypercalciuria
hipercaliemia {f} [pathology]  :: hypercalcemia
hiperespaço {m} [mathematics]  :: hyperspace (Euclidian space with more than three dimensions)
hiperespaço {m} [science fiction]  :: hyperspace (space that makes faster-than-light travel possible)
hiperglicemia {f} [Brazil]  :: alternative form of hiperglicémia
hiperglicémia {f} [pathology]  :: hyperglycemia
hiperligação {f}  :: hyperlink (link from one electronic document to another)
hiperlink {m}  :: hyperlink (link from one electronic document to another)
hipernatremia {f}  :: hypernatremia (abnormally high concentration of sodium in blood plasma)
hipernatrêmica {adj}  :: feminine form of hipernatrêmico
hipernatrêmicas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hipernatrêmico
hipernatrêmico {adj} [medicine]  :: hypernatremic (having an abnormally high concentration of sodium in blood plasma)
hiperônimo {m} [Brazil]  :: alternative form of hiperónimo
hiperónimo {m} [semantics, Portugal]  :: hypernym (superordinate term)
hipernova {f} [astronomy]  :: hypernova (gravitational collapse of a massive star to form a black hole)
hiperpotassemia {f} [pathology]  :: hyperpotassemia, hyperkalemia
hipersensibilidade {f}  :: hypersensitivity
hipertensão {f} [pathology]  :: hypertension
hipertexto {m}  :: hypertext (text for the Web)
hipertiroidismo {m} [pathology]  :: hyperthyroidism
hipertrofia {f}  :: hypertrophy (increase in the size of an organ)
hipertrofiar {v} [of a tissue or organ]  :: to hypertrophy (to increase in size)
hipófise {f} [anatomy]  :: pituitary gland; hypophysis (endocrine gland at the base of the brain)
hip hip hurra {interj}  :: hip hip hooray (an exclamation of congratulations)
hip hop {m}  :: hip-hop (urban youth culture)
hip-hop {m}  :: alternative spelling of hip hop
hipismo {m}  :: horse racing
hipálage {f} [rhetoric, grammar]  :: hypallage
hipônimo {m} [Brazil]  :: alternative form of hipónimo
hipónimo {m} [semantics, Portugal]  :: hyponym (word with a more specific meaning)
Hipnos {prop} [Greek god]  :: Hypnos (Hypnos, the Greek god of sleep)
hipnose {f}  :: hypnosis (a trancelike state)
hipnoterapia {f}  :: hypnotherapy (treatment of disease through hypnotism)
hipnotismo {m}  :: hypnotism (art of inducing hypnosis)
hipnotizador {m}  :: hypnotist (person who uses hypnotism)
hipnotizar {v}  :: to hypnotise (to induce somebody into a state of hypnosis)
hipoalergênica {adj}  :: feminine form of hipoalergênico
hipoalergênicas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hipoalergênico
hipoalergênico {adj}  :: hypoallergenic
hipobromito {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: hypobromite
hipoclorito {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: hypochlorite
hipoclorosa {adj}  :: feminine form of hipocloroso
hipoclorosas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hipocloroso
hipocloroso {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: hypochlorous
hipocondríaco {adj}  :: hypochondriac (affected by hypochondria)
hipocondríaco {m}  :: hypochondriac (person affected by hypochondria)
hipocondria {f}  :: hypochondria, hypochondriasis (excessive fear of or preoccupation with a serious illness)
hipocorístico {m}  :: hypocorism (nickname indicating intimacy)
hipocrisia {f}  :: hypocrisy (claim, pretense, or false representation of holding beliefs, feelings, or virtues that one does not actually possess)
hipocrómica {adj}  :: feminine form of hipocrómico
hipocrómicas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hipocrómico
hipocrómico {adj}  :: hypochromic
hipoglossa {adj}  :: feminine form of hipoglosso
hipoglossas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hipoglosso
hipoglosso {adj}  :: hypoglossal (of or pertaining to the area under the tongue)
hipoglosso {m}  :: halibut (fish of genus Hippoglossus)
hipoglosso {m}  :: hypoglossal (nerve under the tongue)
hipogrifo {m}  :: hippogriff
hipopotassemia {f} [pathology]  :: hypopotassemia, hypokalemia
hipopótamo {m}  :: hippopotamus
hipossulfito {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: hyposulfite
hipossulfurosa {adj}  :: feminine form of hipossulfuroso
hipossulfurosas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hipossulfuroso
hipossulfuroso {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: hyposulfurous
hipotaxe {f} [grammar]  :: hypotaxis (syntactic subordination of a clause to another)
hipoteca {f}  :: mortgage (special form of secured loan)
hipotecar {v}  :: to hypothecate
hipotecar {v}  :: to mortgage
hipotecária {adj}  :: feminine form of hipotecário
hipotecárias {adj}  :: feminine plural of hipotecário
hipotecário {adj}  :: mortgage (attributive)
hipotensão {f} [pathology]  :: hypotension
hipotenusa {f}  :: hypotenuse
hipotireoidismo {m} [pathology]  :: hypothyroidism
hipotiroidismo {m} [pathology]  :: hypothyroidism (insufficient production of thyroid hormone)
hipotálamo {m} [anatomy]  :: hypothalamus (a region of the brain, below the thalamus)
hipotética {adj}  :: feminine form of hipotético
hipotéticas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hipotético
hipotético {adj}  :: hypothetical
hippie {n}  :: hippie (member of a nonconformist subculture of the 1960s)
Hipérion {prop}  :: Hyperion (mythology)
hipsilo {m}  :: upsilon (name of the letter 20th of Greek alphabet: Υ, υ)
hipster {n}  :: hipster (person interested in the latest trends)
hipótese {f}  :: hypothesis (tentative conjecture in science)
hiragana {m}  :: hiragana (Japanese syllabary)
hirax {m}  :: hyrax (mammal of the order Hyracoidea)
Hiroshima {prop}  :: Hiroshima (a city in Honshu, Japan)
hirto {adj}  :: erect
hirto {adj}  :: stiff, rigid
hirto {adj}  :: still
Hispaniola {prop}  :: Hispaniola (island in the Caribbean)
hispanismo {m}  :: Hispanicism (a Spanish language item as it appears in another language)
hispânica {adj}  :: feminine form of hispânico
hispânicas {adj}  :: feminine plural of hispânico
hispânico {adj}  :: Spanish (of or pertaining to the people or culture of Spain)
hissope {m}  :: aspergillum (tool for sprinkling holy water)
histerese {f}  :: hysteresis (property of a system such that an output value is not a strict function of the corresponding input)
histeria {f}  :: hysteria (behavior exhibiting excessive or uncontrollable emotion)
histologia {f} [biology]  :: histology (the study of the microscopic structure of tissue)
historiador {m}  :: historian (scholar of history)
historicamente {adv}  :: historically
historiógrafa {f}  :: feminine form of historiógrafo
historiógrafo {m}  :: historiographer (historiography scholar)
historinha {f}  :: comic (cartoon story)
historinha {f}  :: diminutive form of história
história {f}  :: (História) history
história {f}  :: (história) story
história de quadrinhos {f}  :: comic (cartoon story)
história em quadrinhos {f}  :: comics
histórico {adj}  :: historical (pertaining to history)
histórico {adj}  :: historic (having significance in history)
histórico {m} [computing]  :: history (record of previous events)
histórico {m}  :: history (aggregate of past events)
hit {m}  :: hit (success, especially in the entertainment industry)
hitita {adj}  :: Hittite (in or relating to the Hittite language)
hitita {adj}  :: Hittite (of or relating to the Hittite people or kingdom)
hitita {mf}  :: Hittite (person from the Hittite kingdom)
hitita {m}  :: Hittite (Indo-European language spoken in Bronze-Age Anatolia)
Hitler {prop}  :: Hitler (Adolf Hitler, German dictator)
hitlerismo {m}  :: Hitlerism (political philosophy of Hitler)
HIV {m} [virology]  :: HIV (human immunodeficiency virus)
HIV positivo {adj}  :: HIV positive (infected by the HIV virus)
hj {adv} [text messaging, Internet slang]  :: abbreviation of hoje
Hélder {prop}  :: male given name
hélice {f}  :: a rotating propeller, such as a ship’s screw or a helicopter’s rotor
Hélio {prop} [Greek god]  :: Helios
hálito {m}  :: whiff (a waft; a brief, gentle breeze; a light gust of air)
hólmia {f} [inorganic compound]  :: holmia
hólmio {m}  :: holmium (chemical element)
hálux {m} [anatomy]  :: big toe (largest toes)
hm {interj}  :: erm (expression of uncertainty)
hm {interj}  :: what?
hímen {m}  :: hymen (membrane which occludes the vagina)
húmido {adj} [Portugal]  :: alternative form of úmido
hmm {interj}  :: alternative form of hm
hmmm {interj}  :: alternative form of hm
hmong {m}  :: Hmong (one of a people native to the mountainous regions of China, Vietnam, Laos and Thailand)
hmong {m} [uncountable]  :: Hmong (language spoken by these people)
hâmster {m}  :: rare spelling of hamster
hámster {m} [uncommon]  :: alternative form of hamster
h mudo {m} [linguistics]  :: mute h (word-initial use of the letter h in the French language which allows liaison)
húmus {m}  :: alternative form of humo
híndi {m}  :: alternative form of hindi
húngara {adj}  :: feminine form of húngaro
húngaro {adj}  :: Hungarian (from, of or pertaining to Hungary)
húngaro {m}  :: a Hungarian
húngaro {m} [uncountable]  :: the Hungarian language
hobbit {n}  :: hobbit (fictional small humanoid creature)
hobby {m}  :: hobby (activity)
hobgoblin {m}  :: hobgoblin (mischievous goblin)
hodierno {adj} [rfdef]  ::
hoje {adv}  :: nowadays (in the current era)
hoje {adv}  :: today (in the current day)
hoje em dia {adv}  :: At the present time; nowadays
Hokkaido {prop}  :: Hokkaido (a northern largest island of Japan, or a prefecture based in itself)
holá {interj}  :: obsolete form of olá
Holanda {prop}  :: Holland; Netherlands
holandesa {adj}  :: feminine form of holandês
holandês {adj}  :: Dutch
holandês {m}  :: Dutchman
holandês {m} [uncountable]  :: Dutch (the Dutch language)
Holandês Voador {prop} [nautical, mythical]  :: Flying Dutchman (mythical Dutch-flagged clipper)
holismo {m}  :: holism (belief that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts)
Hollywood {prop}  :: Hollywood (area of Los Angeles)
Hollywood {prop}  :: Hollywood (the American motion picture industry)
holocausto {m}  :: holocaust (annihilation of a group of animals or people)
holocausto {m}  :: holocaust (sacrifice to a god)
holocausto {m}  :: holocaust (state-sponsored mass murder of an ethnic group)
holofote {m}  :: searchlight
hombridade {f}  :: manliness (traits considered appropriate to men)
hombro {m}  :: obsolete form of ombro
home cinema {m}  :: home cinema (theatre-quality film system at home)
homem {adj}  :: manly (displaying stereotypical characteristics of a male)
homem {m}  :: a person; a human being
homem {m} [in compounds, fiction]  :: a being who is half man and half creature, or a man with some characteristics of a creature
homem {m}  :: male (human of masculine gender)
homem {m} [specifically]  :: man (adult male human)
homem {m} [uncountable, with definite article o]  :: mankind (the human race in its entirety)
homem {m} [vocative, sentence-final]  :: used to address a male, implying impatience or disappointment
homem-bomba {m}  :: suicide bomber
homem com H maiúsculo {m} [idiomatic]  :: manly man
homem das cavernas {m}  :: caveman
homem de negócios {m}  :: businessman (man who works at a commercial institution)
homem do fogo {m}  :: fireman
homem do mundo {m} do|mundo
homem do mundo {m}  :: man of the world (a sophisticated man)
homenagear {v}  :: to honor / honour
homenagem {f} [historical]  :: homage (in feudalism, the formal oath of a vassal to his or her lord)
homenagem {f}  :: homage (demonstration of respect)
homenzarrão {n}  :: augmentative form of homem
homenzinho {m}  :: little man
homenzinho {m}  :: young man
homeopatia {f}  :: homeopathy
homeostase {f}  :: homeostasis
homeostático {adj}  :: homeostatic (of or relating to homeostasis)
home page {f}  :: home page (the main page of a web site)
home page {f}  :: home page (the web page set to open when a web browser is loaded)
Homero {prop}  :: Homer (A male given name)
Homero {prop}  :: Homer (the Greek poet)
home theater {m}  :: home cinema (theatre-quality film system at home)
homófono {m}  :: homophone (word with the same pronunciation as another)
homógrafo {m}  :: homograph (word with the same spelling but different meaning)
homicídio {m}  :: homicide
homicida {mf}  :: murderer; homicide (a person who kills another)
hominídeo {m}  :: hominid
hominídio {m}  :: alternative form of hominídeo
homólogo {adj} [chemistry]  :: homologous (belonging to a series of aliphatic organic compounds)
homólogo {adj} [genetics]  :: homologous (having the same morphology as another chromosome)
homólogo {adj}  :: homologous (showing a degree of correspondence or similarity)
homónima {adj}  :: feminine form of homónimo
homônima {adj}  :: feminine form of homônimo
homônimas {adj}  :: feminine plural of homônimo
homônimo {adj} [Brazil]  :: alternative form of homónimo
homónimo {adj}  :: homonymous
homónimo {m}  :: homonym
homo {adj}  :: homosexual (involving or relating to homosexuals)
homocisteína {f} [amino acid]  :: homocysteine
homofobia {f}  :: homophobia
homogeneização {f}  :: homogenization
homogeneizar {v}  :: to homogenize
homogênea {adj}  :: feminine form of homogêneo
homogêneas {adj}  :: feminine plural of homogêneo
homogêneo {adj} [Brazil]  :: alternative form of homogéneo
homogéneo {adj}  :: homogeneous (of the same kind; alike, similar)
homogéneo {adj}  :: homogeneous (of uniform make-up)
homologar {v} [legal]  :: To validate (a law)
homossexual {adj}  :: homosexual
homossexual {mf}  :: homosexual
homossexualidade {f}  :: homosexuality
homossexualismo {m}  :: homosexualism
homozigoto {m} [genetics]  :: homozygote (a diploid individual that has equal alleles at one or more genetic loci)
homozigótica {adj}  :: feminine form of homozigótico
homozigóticas {adj}  :: feminine plural of homozigótico
homozigótico {adj} [genetics]  :: homozygotic
Honduras {prop}  :: Honduras
honesta {adj}  :: feminine form of honesto
honestamente {adv}  :: honestly
honestas {adj}  :: feminine plural of honesto
honestidade {f}  :: honesty
honesto {adj}  :: honest (scrupulous with regard to telling the truth)
Hong Kong {prop}  :: Hong Kong (coastal administrative region in south-east China)
Honiara {prop}  :: Honiara (the capital of the Solomon Islands)
Honolulu {prop}  :: Honolulu (the capital of Hawaii)
honorária {adj}  :: feminine form of honorário
honorárias {adj}  :: feminine plural of honorário
honorário {adj}  :: honorary
honorário {adj}  :: titular, honorific
honorável {adj}  :: honorable, respectable
honra {f}  :: chastity (of a woman)
honra {f}  :: honor (objectification of praiseworthiness)
honra {f}  :: honor (positive reputation)
honra {f}  :: honor; privilege
honra {f}  :: honor; respect
honrado {adj}  :: honest, truthful
honrado {adj}  :: honorable
honrado {adj}  :: honored
honrar {v}  :: to honor
hooligan {mf}  :: a sports hooligan
hoplita {m}  :: hoplite
hora {f} [colloquial]  :: watch
hora {f}  :: hour
hora {f}  :: time of the day
hora do rush {f}  :: rush hour (times of day when traffic jams are commonplace, principally due to commuting)
hora extra {f}  :: overtime (extra pay for work outside one’s regular hours)
hora extra {f}  :: overtime (working time outside of one’s regular hours)
horda {f}  :: horde
Horda Dourada {prop}  :: Golden Horde (the Mongol invaders)
hordéolo {m} [disease]  :: stye (bacterial infection of the eyelash or eyelid)
horizontal {adj}  :: horizontal
horizontalmente {adv}  :: horizontally
horizonte {m}  :: horizon (line that appears to separate Earth from the sky)
horizonte de eventos {m} [astrophysics]  :: event horizon
hormónio {m}  :: hormone
hormônio {m}  :: hormone
hormona {f} [Portugal]  :: hormone
hormonal {adj}  :: hormonal
horrendo {adj}  :: gruesome (repellently frightful and shocking)
horária {adj}  :: feminine form of horário
horárias {adj}  :: feminine plural of horário
horário {adj}  :: hourly
horário {m}  :: schedule
horário {m}  :: timetable
horário comercial {m}  :: business hours (the hours and days when businesses generally operate)
horário de atendimento {m}  :: business hours (the hours and days when a given business is available to the public)
horário de funcionamento {m}  :: business hours (the hours and days when a given business is available to the public)
horário de verão {m}  :: daylight saving time (an adjustment of the official time during summer)
horário nobre {m} [television, radio]  :: prime time (block of programming in the middle of the evening)
horário padrão {m}  :: standard time (synchronised clock time in each graphical locations)
horripilante {adj}  :: ghastly; creepy (horrifyingly shocking)
horrivelmente {adv}  :: horribly
horror {m}  :: horror
horrível {adj}  :: ause of horror; horrible; terrible
horóscopo {m}  :: horoscope (astrological forecast)
horta {f}  :: kitchen garden (garden for growing fruit, vegetables and/or herbs)
Horta {prop}  :: Horta
hortaliça {f}  :: vegetable (plant raised for leaves, roots, fruit or flowers)
hortaliceiro {m}  :: greengrocer (person who sells fresh vegetables)
hortar {v}  :: to grow a kitchen garden
hortazinha {f}  :: diminutive form of horta
hortícula {adj}  :: relating to horticulture
hortejo {m}  :: diminutive form of horta
hortelã {f}  :: feminine form of hortelão
hortelã {f}  :: mint (any of several aromatic plants of the family Lamiaceae)
horteleiro {m}  :: someone who tends a kitchen garden
hortelão {m}  :: someone who tends a kitchen garden
horti- {prefix}  :: relating to horticulture
horti- {prefix}  :: relating to kitchen gardens
horticultor {m}  :: one who cultivates vegetables
horticultura {f}  :: horticulture (art or science of cultivating gardens)
horticultura {f}  :: the cultivation of vegetables
hortinha {f}  :: diminutive form of horta
hortênsia {f}  :: hydrangea (shrub of the genus Hydrangea)
horto {m}  :: a public ornamental garden
horto {m}  :: kitchen garden (garden for growing fruit, vegetables and/or herbs)
hosana {interj}  :: hosanna (liturgical word)
hospício {m}  :: asylum
hospício {m}  :: hospice
hospedagem {f}  :: accommodation
hospedagem {f}  :: hospitality
hospedagem {f}  :: inn
hospedagem {f}  :: lodging
hospedar {v}  :: to host (to perform the role of a host)
hospedeiro {m} [biology]  :: host ( cell or organism which harbours another organism)
hospedeiro {m}  :: host (person who receives a guest)
hospital {m}  :: hospital
hospitalar {adj}  :: hospital (attributive)
hospitalar {v}  :: to hospitalize
hospital de campo {m}  :: field hospital (mobile medical unit)
hospitaleira {adj}  :: feminine form of hospitaleiro
hospitaleiras {adj}  :: feminine plural of hospitaleiro
hospitaleiro {adj}  :: hospitable (cordial and generous towards guests)
hospitaleiro {m}  :: one in charge of or who owns a guesthouse
hospitalidade {f}  :: hospitality
hospitalizar {v}  :: to hospitalize
hoste {f}  :: herd (a mass of people)
hoste {f}  :: host; army; military troop
hostil {adj}  :: hostile (showing ill will and malevolence)
hostilidade {f}  :: hostility (a hostile act, usually in plural)
hostilidade {f} [uncountable]  :: hostility (state of being hostile)
hotel {m}  :: hotel
hotelaria {f}  :: the business of running hotels
house {m}  :: house music, house
hovercraft {m} [Brazil]  :: hovercraft (a vehicle supported on a cushion of air)
hóplon {m}  :: hoplon (shield)
HQ {f}  :: comic; graphic novel
há quanto tempo {phrase}  :: long time no see (I haven’t seen you for a long time)
hóquei {m}  :: hockey
hóquei no gelo {m}  :: ice hockey (form of hockey played on an ice rink)
Héracles {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Heracles (the son of Zeus, Hercules)
hírax {m}  :: alternative form of hirax
Hércules {prop} [constellation]  :: Hercules (constellation)
Hércules {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Hercules (son of Jupiter)
hérnia {f}  :: hernia
Hórus {prop}  :: Horus
hryvnia {f}  :: hryvnia (Ukrainian currency)
hóspede {mf}  :: guest (person lodged in someone else’s house)
hássio {m}  :: hassium (chemical element with atomic number 108)
hóstia {f} [Catholicism]  :: host (consecrated bread)
Héstia {n} [Greek god]  :: Hestia
hétero {adj}  :: straight; heterosexual
HTML {prop}  :: HTML
hubnerita {f} [mineral]  :: hübnerite
Hugo {prop}  :: Hugh (male given name)
hulha {f}  :: coal (black rock formed from prehistoric plant remains, used as fuel)
hulheira {f}  :: coal mine (a mine from which coal is mined)
hum {art}  :: obsolete spelling of um
huma {art}  :: obsolete spelling of uma
humana {adj}  :: feminine form of humano
humana {f}  :: feminine form of humano
humanidade {f}  :: humanity; benevolence
humanidade {f}  :: humanity (human condition or nature)
humanidade {f}  :: humanity; mankind (the human race as a whole)
humanismo {m}  :: humanism (ethical system)
humanitária {adj}  :: feminine form of humanitário
humanitárias {adj}  :: feminine plural of humanitário
humanitário {adj}  :: humanitarian
humano {adj}  :: humane
humano {adj}  :: human (of or belonging to the species Homo sapiens)
humano {m}  :: a human being
humanoide {adj}  :: humanoid (having the appearance or characteristics of a human)
humanoide {m}  :: humanoid (creature with the appearance or characteristics of a human)
humedecer {v}  :: to humidify
humedecer {v}  :: to moisten
humedecida {adj}  :: feminine form of humedecido
humedecidas {adj}  :: feminine plural of humedecido
humedecido {adj} [Brazil]  :: moistened, dampened
humidade {f} [Portugal]  :: alternative form of umidade
humildade {f}  :: humility
humildade {f}  :: inferiority
humildade {f}  :: submission
humilde {adj}  :: humble
humilhante {adj}  :: humiliating
humilhantemente {adv}  :: humiliatingly
humilhação {f}  :: humiliation
humilhar {vt}  :: to humiliate, to injure dignity or self-respect
humílima {adj}  :: feminine form of humílimo
humílimas {adj}  :: feminine plural of humílimo
humílimo {adj}  :: very humble
humo {m}  :: humus
humor {m} [historical]  :: humour (one of the four basic bodily fluids in humourism)
humor {m}  :: humour; bodily fluid
humor {m}  :: humour (quality of being comical)
humor {m}  :: mood (mental state)
humorada {adj}  :: feminine form of humorado
humoradas {adj}  :: feminine plural of humorado
humorado {adj}  :: (in combination) Having a specified mood (good or bad)
humorado {adj}  :: moody
humorista {mf}  :: humourist (person who writes or performs humorous material)
humorística {adj}  :: feminine form of humorístico
humorísticas {adj}  :: feminine plural of humorístico
humorístico {adj}  :: humoristic
humorístico {adj}  :: jocular, humorous
Hungria {prop}  :: Hungary
huno {adj}  :: Hunnic (of or relating to the Huns)
huno {m}  :: Hun (member of an ancient Turkic nomadic tribe)
huno {m}  :: Hunnic (language of the Huns)
husky siberiano {m}  :: Siberian Husky (dog breed)
hussardo {m}  :: hussar (light cavalry of any of several European armies)
hussita {mf}  :: Hussite (follower of Christian reformer Jan Hus)
hutchinsonita {f} [mineral]  :: hutchinsonite
Hávamál {prop}  :: Hávamál
Hyderabad {prop}  :: alternative form of Hiderabade
hyoide {m}  :: obsolete spelling of hioide
hypertexto {m}  :: alternative spelling of hipertexto
hypnose {f}  :: obsolete spelling of hipnose
hypochondria {f}  :: obsolete spelling of hipocondria
hypocrisia {f}  :: obsolete spelling of hipocrisia
hypotheca {f}  :: obsolete spelling of hipoteca
hypothese {f}  :: obsolete spelling of hipótese