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English

Etymology

From Old English helan, from Proto-Germanic *hel-, from Proto-Indo-European *kel-. Cognate with Dutch helen, German hehlen.

Verb

hele

  1. (obsolete) To hide or conceal.

References


Dutch

Adjective

hele

  1. form of heel "whole"

Verb

hele

  1. subjunctive singular of helen "to heal"
  2. subjunctive singular of helen "to fence, to receive stolen goods and hide them"

Esperanto

Adverb

hele

  1. brightly

Hawaiian

Etymology

From Proto-Polynesian *sa‘ele and Proto-Central-Polynesian *sele.

Verb

hele

  1. to come, go, move, walk

References

  • Hawaiian Dictionary, by Pukui and Elbert

Norwegian

Verb

hele

  1. heal
  2. receive stolen goods

Adjective

hele

  1. the whole, all the
  2. the entire
  3. the total

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