Definition of "h" [h]

  • (noun) The eighth letter of the modern English alphabet.
  • (noun) Any of the speech sounds represented by the letter h.
  • (noun) The eighth in a series.
  • (noun) Something shaped like the letter H.
  • (unknown) The symbol for Planck's constant.
  • (noun) the eighth letter and sixth consonant of the modern English alphabet
  • (noun) a speech sound represented by this letter, in English usually a voiceless glottal fricative, as in hat
  • (noun) something shaped like an H
  • (noun) (in combination)

Use "h" in a sentence

  • "A scuttle, through which sweepings and refuse may be put into the cellar, is seen at _f_. _g_ is a bin receiving cut hay from the third story, or hay-room, _h h h h h h_, bins for grain-feed. _i_ is a tunnel to conduct manure or muck from the hay-floor to the cellar. _j j_, sliding-doors on wheels."
  • "§V''0-˜''d h -  ~ S ™ x •h• eq p S Ö E eh - ¤ •h p u ™ W h ™ S ¤ P p ph h x | ph ™ Yqe x S - g xW"
  • "δ tells us the new state the machine should enter, the new symbol that should be written in the current square, and the new head position, h² = h + d, where d"

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