Name Report For First Name HORUS:

HORUS

First name HORUS's origin is African. HORUS means "myth name (god of the sky)". You can find other first names and English words that rhymes with HORUS below. Ryhme list involves the matching sounds according to the first letters, last letters and first&last letters of horus.(Brown names are of the same origin (African) with HORUS and Red names are first names with English/Anglo-Saxon origin)

Rhymes with HORUS - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming HORUS

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES HORUS AS A WHOLE:

 

NAMES RHYMING WITH HORUS (According to last letters):

Rhyming Names According to Last 4 Letters (orus) - Names That Ends with orus:

theodorus seorus archemorus polydorus florus

Rhyming Names According to Last 3 Letters (rus) - Names That Ends with rus:

butrus peredurus ondrus brus abderus cerberus cyrus eurus icarus irus pandarus zephyrus ambrus jairus lazarus tyrus homerus petrus

Rhyming Names According to Last 2 Letters (us) - Names That Ends with us:

el-nefous enygeus caeneus cestus iasius lotus negus maccus dabbous dassous fanous abdul-quddus boulus yunus dryhus thaddeus bagdemagus brademagus isdernus britomartus luxovious nemausus argus ambrosius batholomeus basilius bonifacius cecilius clementius egidius eugenius eustatius darius aldous brutus cassibellaunus guiderius lorineus ferragus marsilius senapus marcus alemannus klaus absyrtus acastus achelous aconteus acrisius admetus adrastus aeacus aegeus aegisthus aegyptus aeolus aesculapius alcinous alcyoneus aloeus alpheus amphiaraus amycus anastasius ancaeus androgeus antaeus antilochus antinous aristaeus ascalaphus asopus atreus autolycus avernus boethius briareus

NAMES RHYMING WITH HORUS (According to first letters):

Rhyming Names According to First 4 Letters (horu) - Names That Begins with horu:

Rhyming Names According to First 3 Letters (hor) - Names That Begins with hor:

horado horae horatiu horemheb horia hortencia hortense horton

Rhyming Names According to First 2 Letters (ho) - Names That Begins with ho:

hoa hobard hobart hobbard hoben hoc hod hodsone hoel hogan hoh hohberht hoireabard hok'ee hola holbrook holcomb holda holde holden holdin holdyn holea holgar holger holic holle hollee hollie hollis holly holman holmes holt holter holwell home homer homeros honani honaw honbria honbrie hondo honey hong honi honiahaka honon honor honora honoratas honorato honore honoria honovi honza hooda hooriya hope hosanna hosea hoshi hoshiko hotah hototo houd houdain houdenc houerv houghton houston hovan hoven hovhaness hovsep how howahkan howard howe howel howell howi howie howland

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH HORUS:

First Names which starts with 'ho' and ends with 'us':

First Names which starts with 'h' and ends with 's':

haestingas hagos halirrhothius halithersis hans haralambos haris harris hastings hausis hayes helenus helios henwas hephaestus hercules hermes hesperos hieremias higgins hippocampus hippolytus hippomenes huetts hughes hungas hyades hylas hypnos hyrieus

English Words Rhyming HORUS

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES HORUS AS A WHOLE:

chorusnoun (n.) A band of singers and dancers.
 noun (n.) A company of persons supposed to behold what passed in the acts of a tragedy, and to sing the sentiments which the events suggested in couplets or verses between the acts; also, that which was thus sung by the chorus.
 noun (n.) An interpreter in a dumb show or play.
 noun (n.) A company of singers singing in concert.
 noun (n.) A composition of two or more parts, each of which is intended to be sung by a number of voices.
 noun (n.) Parts of a song or hymn recurring at intervals, as at the end of stanzas; also, a company of singers who join with the singer or choir in singer or choir in singing such parts.
 noun (n.) The simultaneous of a company in any noisy demonstration; as, a Chorus of shouts and catcalls.
 verb (v. i.) To sing in chorus; to exclaim simultaneously.

chorusingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Chorus

corchorusnoun (n.) The common name of the Kerria Japonica or Japan globeflower, a yellow-flowered, perennial, rosaceous plant, seen in old-fashioned gardens.

cryophorusnoun (n.) An instrument used to illustrate the freezing of water by its own evaporation. The ordinary form consists of two glass bulbs, connected by a tube of the same material, and containing only a quantity of water and its vapor, devoid of air. The water is in one of the bulbs, and freezes when the other is cooled below 32 Fahr.

electrophorusnoun (n.) An instrument for exciting electricity, and repeating the charge indefinitely by induction, consisting of a flat cake of resin, shelllac, or ebonite, upon which is placed a plate of metal.

phosphorusnoun (n.) The morning star; Phosphor.
 noun (n.) A poisonous nonmetallic element of the nitrogen group, obtained as a white, or yellowish, translucent waxy substance, having a characteristic disagreeable smell. It is very active chemically, must be preserved under water, and unites with oxygen even at ordinary temperatures, giving a faint glow, -- whence its name. It always occurs compined, usually in phosphates, as in the mineral apatite, in bones, etc. It is used in the composition on the tips of friction matches, and for many other purposes. The molecule contains four atoms. Symbol P. Atomic weight 31.0.
 noun (n.) Hence, any substance which shines in the dark like phosphorus, as certain phosphorescent bodies.

pyrophorusnoun (n.) Any one of several substances or mixtures which phosphoresce or ignite spontaneously on exposure to air, as a heated mixture of alum, potash, and charcoal, or a mixture of charcoal and finely divided lead.

semichorusnoun (n.) A half chorus; a passage to be sung by a selected portion of the voices, as the female voices only, in contrast with the full choir.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH HORUS (According to last letters):


Rhyming Words According to Last 4 Letters (orus) - English Words That Ends with orus:


bosporusnoun (n.) A strait or narrow sea between two seas, or a lake and a seas; as, the Bosporus (formerly the Thracian Bosporus) or Strait of Constantinople, between the Black Sea and Sea of Marmora; the Cimmerian Bosporus, between the Black Sea and Sea of Azof.

morusnoun (n.) A genus of trees, some species of which produce edible fruit; the mulberry. See Mulberry.

polyporusnoun (n.) A genus of fungi having the under surface full of minute pores; also, any fungus of this genus.

pylorusnoun (n.) The opening from the stomach into the intestine.
 noun (n.) A posterior division of the stomach in some invertebrates.

pelorusnoun (n.) An instrument similar to a mariner's compass, but without magnetic needles, and having two sight vanes by which bearings are taken, esp. such as cannot be taken by the compass.

sorusnoun (n.) One of the fruit dots, or small clusters of sporangia, on the back of the fronds of ferns.
 noun (n.) In parasitic fungi, any mass of spores bursting through the epidermis of a host plant.
 noun (n.) In lichens, a heap of soredia on the thallus.

torusnoun (n.) A lage molding used in the bases of columns. Its profile is semicircular. See Illust. of Molding.
 noun (n.) One of the ventral parapodia of tubicolous annelids. It usually has the form of an oblong thickening or elevation of the integument with rows of uncini or hooks along the center. See Illust. under Tubicolae.
 noun (n.) The receptacle, or part of the flower on which the carpels stand.
 noun (n.) See 3d Tore, 2.


Rhyming Words According to Last 3 Letters (rus) - English Words That Ends with rus:


acarusnoun (n.) A genus including many species of small mites.

arcturusnoun (n.) A fixed star of the first magnitude in the constellation Bootes.

birrusnoun (n.) A coarse kind of thick woolen cloth, worn by the poor in the Middle Ages; also, a woolen cap or hood worn over the shoulders or over the head.

brontosaurusnoun (n.) A genus of American jurassic dinosaurs. A length of sixty feet is believed to have been attained by these reptiles.

camarasaurusnoun (n.) A genus of gigantic American Jurassic dinosaurs, having large cavities in the bodies of the dorsal vertebrae.

carusnoun (n.) Coma with complete insensibility; deep lethargy.

ceratosaurusnoun (n.) A carnivorous American Jurassic dinosaur allied to the European Megalosaurus. The animal was nearly twenty feet in length, and the skull bears a bony horn core on the united nasal bones. See Illustration in Appendix.

cerberusnoun (n.) A monster, in the shape of a three-headed dog, guarding the entrance into the infernal regions, Hence: Any vigilant custodian or guardian, esp. if surly.
 noun (n.) A genus of East Indian serpents, allied to the pythons; the bokadam.

churrusnoun (n.) A powerfully narcotic and intoxicating gum resin which exudes from the flower heads, seeds, etc., of Indian hemp.

cirrusnoun (n.) A tendril or clasper.
 noun (n.) A soft tactile appendage of the mantle of many Mollusca, and of the parapodia of Annelida. Those near the head of annelids are Tentacular cirri; those of the last segment are caudal cirri.
 noun (n.) The jointed, leglike organs of Cirripedia. See Annelida, and Polychaeta.
 noun (n.) The external male organ of trematodes and some other worms, and of certain Mollusca.
 noun (n.) See under Cloud.

citrusnoun (n.) A genus of trees including the orange, lemon, citron, etc., originally natives of southern Asia.

coenurusnoun (n.) The larval stage of a tapeworm (Taenia coenurus) which forms bladderlike sacs in the brain of sheep, causing the fatal disease known as water brain, vertigo, staggers or gid.

crusnoun (n.) That part of the hind limb between the femur, or thigh, and the ankle, or tarsus; the shank.
 noun (n.) Often applied, especially in the plural, to parts which are supposed to resemble a pair of legs; as, the crura of the diaphragm, a pair of muscles attached to it; crura cerebri, two bundles of nerve fibers in the base of the brain, connecting the medulla and the forebrain.

cyperusnoun (n.) A large genus of plants belonging to the Sedge family, and including the species called galingale, several bulrushes, and the Egyptian papyrus.

cyprusnoun (n.) A thin, transparent stuff, the same as, or corresponding to, crape. It was either white or black, the latter being most common, and used for mourning.

elasmosaurusnoun (n.) An extinct, long-necked, marine, cretaceous reptile from Kansas, allied to Plesiosaurus.

eosaurusnoun (n.) An extinct marine reptile from the coal measures of Nova Scotia; -- so named because supposed to be of the earliest known reptiles.

eurusnoun (n.) The east wind.

eurypterusnoun (n.) A genus of extinct Merostomata, found in Silurian rocks. Some of the species are more than three feet long.

gyrusnoun (n.) A convoluted ridge between grooves; a convolution; as, the gyri of the brain; the gyri of brain coral. See Brain.

hadrosaurusnoun (n.) An American herbivorous dinosaur of great size, allied to the iguanodon. It is found in the Cretaceous formation.

hesperusnoun (n.) Venus when she is the evening star; Hesper.
 noun (n.) Evening.

homarusnoun (n.) A genus of decapod Crustacea, including the common lobsters.

humerusnoun (n.) The bone of the brachium, or upper part of the arm or fore limb.
 noun (n.) The part of the limb containing the humerus; the brachium.

hydrusnoun (n.) A constellation of the southern hemisphere, near the south pole.

hylaeosaurusnoun (n.) A large Wealden dinosaur from the Tilgate Forest, England. It was about twenty feet long, protected by bony plates in the skin, and armed with spines.

ichthyosaurusnoun (n.) An extinct genus of marine reptiles; -- so named from their short, biconcave vertebrae, resembling those of fishes. Several species, varying in length from ten to thirty feet, are known from the Liassic, Oolitic, and Cretaceous formations.

icterusadjective (a.) The jaundice.

jeterusnoun (n.) A yellowness of the parts of plants which are normally green; yellows.

labrusnoun (n.) A genus of marine fishes, including the wrasses of Europe. See Wrasse.

laurusnoun (n.) A genus of trees including, according to modern authors, only the true laurel (Laurus nobilis), and the larger L. Canariensis of Madeira and the Canary Islands. Formerly the sassafras, the camphor tree, the cinnamon tree, and several other aromatic trees and shrubs, were also referred to the genus Laurus.

malapterurusnoun (n.) A genus of African siluroid fishes, including the electric catfishes. See Electric cat, under Electric.

mastodonsaurusnoun (n.) A large extinct genus of labyrinthodonts, found in the European Triassic rocks.

megalosaurusnoun (n.) A gigantic carnivorous dinosaur, whose fossil remains have been found in England and elsewhere.

merusnoun (n.) See Meros.

morosaurusnoun (n.) An extinct genus of large herbivorous dinosaurs, found in Jurassic strata in America.

mosasaurusnoun (n.) A genus of extinct marine reptiles allied to the lizards, but having the body much elongated, and the limbs in the form of paddles. The first known species, nearly fifty feet in length, was discovered in Cretaceous beds near Maestricht, in the Netherlands.

mososaurusnoun (n.) Same as Mosasaurus.

oestrusnoun (n.) A genus of gadflies. The species which deposits its larvae in the nasal cavities of sheep is oestrus ovis.
 noun (n.) A vehement desire; esp. (Physiol.), the periodical sexual impulse of animals; heat; rut.

paleosaurusnoun (n.) A genus of fossil saurians found in the Permian formation.

palinurusnoun (n.) An instrument for obtaining directly, without calculation, the true bearing of the sun, and thence the variation of the compass

papyrusnoun (n.) A tall rushlike plant (Cyperus Papyrus) of the Sedge family, formerly growing in Egypt, and now found in Abyssinia, Syria, Sicily, etc. The stem is triangular and about an inch thick.
 noun (n.) The material upon which the ancient Egyptians wrote. It was formed by cutting the stem of the plant into thin longitudinal slices, which were gummed together and pressed.
 noun (n.) A manuscript written on papyrus; esp., pl., written scrolls made of papyrus; as, the papyri of Egypt or Herculaneum.

pentamerusnoun (n.) A genus of extinct Paleozoic brachiopods, often very abundant in the Upper Silurian.

phoenicopterusnoun (n.) A genus of birds which includes the flamingoes.

pleiosaurusnoun (n.) Same as Pliosaurus.

plesiosaurusnoun (n.) A genus of large extinct marine reptiles, having a very long neck, a small head, and paddles for swimming. It lived in the Mesozoic age.

pliosaurusnoun (n.) An extinct genus of marine reptiles allied to Plesiosaurus, but having a much shorter neck.

polypterusnoun (n.) An African genus of ganoid fishes including the bichir.

proterosaurusnoun (n.) An extinct genus of reptiles of the Permian period. Called also Protosaurus.

protopterusnoun (n.) See Komtok.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH HORUS (According to first letters):


Rhyming Words According to First 4 Letters (horu) - Words That Begins with horu:



Rhyming Words According to First 3 Letters (hor) - Words That Begins with hor:


hornobbingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Hobnob

horaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to an hour, or to hours.

horaryadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to an hour; noting the hours.
 adjective (a.) Occurring once an hour; continuing an hour; hourly; ephemeral.

horatianadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to Horace, the Latin poet, or resembling his style.

hordenoun (n.) A wandering troop or gang; especially, a clan or tribe of a nomadic people migrating from place to place for the sake of pasturage, plunder, etc.; a predatory multitude.

hordeicadjective (a.) Pertaining to, or derived from, barley; as, hordeic acid, an acid identical or isomeric with lauric acid.

hordeinnoun (n.) A peculiar starchy matter contained in barley. It is complex mixture.

hordeolumnoun (n.) A small tumor upon the eyelid, resembling a grain of barley; a sty.

hordocknoun (n.) An unidentified plant mentioned by Shakespeare, perhaps equivalent to burdock.

horeadjective (a.) Hoar.

horehoundnoun (n.) A plant of the genus Marrubium (M. vulgare), which has a bitter taste, and is a weak tonic, used as a household remedy for colds, coughing, etc.

horizonnoun (n.) The circle which bounds that part of the earth's surface visible to a spectator from a given point; the apparent junction of the earth and sky.
 noun (n.) A plane passing through the eye of the spectator and at right angles to the vertical at a given place; a plane tangent to the earth's surface at that place; called distinctively the sensible horizon.
 noun (n.) A plane parallel to the sensible horizon of a place, and passing through the earth's center; -- called also rational / celestial horizon.
 noun (n.) The unbroken line separating sky and water, as seen by an eye at a given elevation, no land being visible.
 noun (n.) The epoch or time during which a deposit was made.
 noun (n.) The chief horizontal line in a picture of any sort, which determines in the picture the height of the eye of the spectator; in an extended landscape, the representation of the natural horizon corresponds with this line.

horizontaladjective (a.) Pertaining to, or near, the horizon.
 adjective (a.) Parallel to the horizon; on a level; as, a horizontalline or surface.
 adjective (a.) Measured or contained in a plane of the horizon; as, horizontal distance.

horizontalitynoun (n.) The state or quality of being horizontal.

hormogoniumnoun (n.) A chain of small cells in certain algae, by which the plant is propogated.

hornnoun (n.) A hard, projecting, and usually pointed organ, growing upon the heads of certain animals, esp. of the ruminants, as cattle, goats, and the like. The hollow horns of the Ox family consist externally of true horn, and are never shed.
 noun (n.) The antler of a deer, which is of bone throughout, and annually shed and renewed.
 noun (n.) Any natural projection or excrescence from an animal, resembling or thought to resemble a horn in substance or form; esp.: (a) A projection from the beak of a bird, as in the hornbill. (b) A tuft of feathers on the head of a bird, as in the horned owl. (c) A hornlike projection from the head or thorax of an insect, or the head of a reptile, or fish. (d) A sharp spine in front of the fins of a fish, as in the horned pout.
 noun (n.) An incurved, tapering and pointed appendage found in the flowers of the milkweed (Asclepias).
 noun (n.) Something made of a horn, or in resemblance of a horn
 noun (n.) A wind instrument of music; originally, one made of a horn (of an ox or a ram); now applied to various elaborately wrought instruments of brass or other metal, resembling a horn in shape.
 noun (n.) A drinking cup, or beaker, as having been originally made of the horns of cattle.
 noun (n.) The cornucopia, or horn of plenty.
 noun (n.) A vessel made of a horn; esp., one designed for containing powder; anciently, a small vessel for carrying liquids.
 noun (n.) The pointed beak of an anvil.
 noun (n.) The high pommel of a saddle; also, either of the projections on a lady's saddle for supporting the leg.
 noun (n.) The Ionic volute.
 noun (n.) The outer end of a crosstree; also, one of the projections forming the jaws of a gaff, boom, etc.
 noun (n.) A curved projection on the fore part of a plane.
 noun (n.) One of the projections at the four corners of the Jewish altar of burnt offering.
 noun (n.) One of the curved ends of a crescent; esp., an extremity or cusp of the moon when crescent-shaped.
 noun (n.) The curving extremity of the wing of an army or of a squadron drawn up in a crescentlike form.
 noun (n.) The tough, fibrous material of which true horns are composed, being, in the Ox family, chiefly albuminous, with some phosphate of lime; also, any similar substance, as that which forms the hoof crust of horses, sheep, and cattle; as, a spoon of horn.
 noun (n.) A symbol of strength, power, glory, exaltation, or pride.
 noun (n.) An emblem of a cuckold; -- used chiefly in the plural.
 verb (v. t.) To furnish with horns; to give the shape of a horn to.
 verb (v. t.) To cause to wear horns; to cuckold.

hornbeaknoun (n.) A fish. See Hornfish.

hornbeamnoun (n.) A tree of the genus Carpinus (C. Americana), having a smooth gray bark and a ridged trunk, the wood being white and very hard. It is common along the banks of streams in the United States, and is also called ironwood. The English hornbeam is C. Betulus. The American is called also blue beech and water beech.

hornbillnoun (n.) Any bird of the family Bucerotidae, of which about sixty species are known, belonging to numerous genera. They inhabit the tropical parts of Asia, Africa, and the East Indies, and are remarkable for having a more or less horn-like protuberance, which is usually large and hollow and is situated on the upper side of the beak. The size of the hornbill varies from that of a pigeon to that of a raven, or even larger. They feed chiefly upon fruit, but some species eat dead animals.

hornblendenoun (n.) The common black, or dark green or brown, variety of amphibole. (See Amphibole.) It belongs to the aluminous division of the species, and is also characterized by its containing considerable iron. Also used as a general term to include the whole species.

hornblendicadjective (a.) Composed largely of hornblende; resembling or relating to hornblende.

hornblowernoun (n.) One who, or that which, blows a horn.

hornbooknoun (n.) The first book for children, or that from which in former times they learned their letters and rudiments; -- so called because a sheet of horn covered the small, thin board of oak, or the slip of paper, on which the alphabet, digits, and often the Lord's Prayer, were written or printed; a primer.
 noun (n.) A book containing the rudiments of any science or branch of knowledge; a manual; a handbook.

hornbugnoun (n.) A large nocturnal beetle of the genus Lucanus (as L. capreolus, and L. dama), having long, curved upper jaws, resembling a sickle. The grubs are found in the trunks of old trees.

hornedadjective (a.) Furnished with a horn or horns; furnished with a hornlike process or appendage; as, horned cattle; having some part shaped like a horn.

hornednessnoun (n.) The condition of being horned.

hornelnoun (n.) The European sand eel.

hornernoun (n.) One who works or deal in horn or horns.
 noun (n.) One who winds or blows the horn.
 noun (n.) One who horns or cuckolds.
 noun (n.) The British sand lance or sand eel (Ammodytes lanceolatus).

hornetnoun (n.) A large, strong wasp. The European species (Vespa crabro) is of a dark brown and yellow color. It is very pugnacious, and its sting is very severe. Its nest is constructed of a paperlike material, and the layers of comb are hung together by columns. The American white-faced hornet (V. maculata) is larger and has similar habits.

hornfishnoun (n.) The garfish or sea needle.

hornfootadjective (a.) Having hoofs; hoofed.

horningnoun (n.) Appearance of the moon when increasing, or in the form of a crescent.

hornishadjective (a.) Somewhat like horn; hard.

hornitonoun (n.) A low, oven-shaped mound, common in volcanic regions, and emitting smoke and vapors from its sides and summit.

hornlessadjective (a.) Having no horn.

hornotinenoun (n.) A yearling; a bird of the year.

hornowlnoun (n.) See Horned Owl.

hornpikenoun (n.) The garfish.

hornpipenoun (n.) An instrument of music formerly popular in Wales, consisting of a wooden pipe, with holes at intervals. It was so called because the bell at the open end was sometimes made of horn.
 noun (n.) A lively tune played on a hornpipe, for dancing; a tune adapted for such playing.

hornpoutnoun (n.) See Horned pout, under Horned.

hornsnakenoun (n.) A harmless snake (Farancia abacura), found in the Southern United States. The color is bluish black above, red below.

hornstonenoun (n.) A siliceous stone, a variety of quartz, closely resembling flint, but more brittle; -- called also chert.

horntailnoun (n.) Any one of family (Uroceridae) of large hymenopterous insects, allied to the sawflies. The larvae bore in the wood of trees. So called from the long, stout ovipositors of the females.

hornworknoun (n.) An outwork composed of two demibastions joined by a curtain. It is connected with the works in rear by long wings.

hornwortnoun (n.) An aquatic plant (Ceratophyllum), with finely divided leaves.

hornwracknoun (n.) A bryozoan of the genus Flustra.

hornyheadnoun (n.) Any North American river chub of the genus Hybopsis, esp. H. biguttatus.

horographynoun (n.) An account of the hours.
 noun (n.) The art of constructing instruments for making the hours, as clocks, watches, and dials.

horologenoun (n.) A servant who called out the hours.
 noun (n.) An instrument indicating the time of day; a timepiece of any kind; a watch, clock, or dial.

horologernoun (n.) A maker or vender of clocks and watches; one skilled in horology.

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH HORUS:

English Words which starts with 'ho' and ends with 'us':

hocusnoun (n.) One who cheats or deceives.
 noun (n.) Drugged liquor.
 verb (v. t.) To deceive or cheat.
 verb (v. t.) To adulterate; to drug; as, liquor is said to be hocused for the purpose of stupefying the drinker.
 verb (v. t.) To stupefy with drugged liquor.

hocuspocusnoun (n.) A term used by jugglers in pretended incantations.
 noun (n.) A juggler or trickster.
 noun (n.) A juggler's trick; a cheat; nonsense.
 verb (v. t.) To cheat.

holophanerousadjective (a.) Same as Holometabolic.

holostomatousadjective (a.) Having an entire aperture; -- said of many univalve shells.

homochromousadjective (a.) Having all the florets in the same flower head of the same color.

homodromousadjective (a.) Running in the same direction; -- said of stems twining round a support, or of the spiral succession of leaves on stems and their branches.
 adjective (a.) Moving in the same direction; -- said of a lever or pulley in which the resistance and the actuating force are both on the same side of the fulcrum or axis.

homodynamousadjective (a.) Pertaining to, or involving, homodynamy; as, successive or homodynamous parts in plants and animals.

homoeomerousadjective (a.) Having the main artery of the leg parallel with the sciatic nerve; -- said of certain birds.

homoeomorphousadjective (a.) Manifesting homoeomorphism.

homogamousadjective (a.) Having all the flowers alike; -- said of such composite plants as Eupatorium, and the thistels.

homogeneousadjective (a.) Of the same kind of nature; consisting of similar parts, or of elements of the like nature; -- opposed to heterogeneous; as, homogeneous particles, elements, or principles; homogeneous bodies.
 adjective (a.) Possessing the same number of factors of a given kind; as, a homogeneous polynomial.

homogenousadjective (a.) Having a resemblance in structure, due to descent from a common progenitor with subsequent modification; homogenetic; -- applied both to animals and plants. See Homoplastic.

homogonousadjective (a.) Having all the flowers of a plant alike in respect to the stamens and pistils.

homologousadjective (a.) Having the same relative position, proportion, value, or structure.
 adjective (a.) Corresponding in relative position and proportion.
 adjective (a.) Having the same relative proportion or value, as the two antecedents or the two consequents of a proportion.
 adjective (a.) Characterized by homology; belonging to the same type or series; corresponding in composition and properties. See Homology, 3.
 adjective (a.) Being of the same typical structure; having like relations to a fundamental type to structure; as, those bones in the hand of man and the fore foot of a horse are homologous that correspond in their structural relations, that is, in their relations to the type structure of the fore limb in vertebrates.

homomallousadjective (a.) Uniformly bending or curving to one side; -- said of leaves which grow on several sides of a stem.

homomorphousadjective (a.) Characterized by homomorphism.

homonomousadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to homonomy.

homonymousadjective (a.) Having the same name or designation; standing in the same relation; -- opposed to heteronymous.
 adjective (a.) Having the same name or designation, but different meaning or relation; hence, equivocal; ambiguous.

homophonousadjective (a.) Originally, sounding alike; of the same pitch; unisonous; monodic.
 adjective (a.) Now used for plain harmony, note against note, as opposed to polyphonic harmony, in which the several parts move independently, each with its own melody.
 adjective (a.) Expressing the same sound by a different combination of letters; as, bay and bey.

homopterousadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Homoptera.

homothermousadjective (a.) Warm-blooded; homoiothermal; haematothermal.

homotonousadjective (a.) Of the same tenor or tone; equable; without variation.

homotropousadjective (a.) Turned in the same direction with something else.
 adjective (a.) Having the radicle of the seed directed towards the hilum.

homunculusnoun (n.) A little man; a dwarf; a manikin.

horrendousadjective (a.) Fearful; frightful.

horrisonousadjective (a.) Sounding dreadfully; uttering a terrible sound.