5-letter words containing h, e, a

  • -head — indicating a person having a preoccupation as specified
  • -rhea — -rrhea
  • aahed — Simple past tense and past participle of aah.
  • ached — to have or suffer a continuous, dull pain: His whole body ached.
  • achee — Alternative spelling of akee.
  • acher — (obsolete) usher.
  • aches — Plural form of ache.
  • ahead — Something that is ahead is in front of you. If you look ahead, you look directly in front of you.
  • aheap — in a heap
  • ahent — behind
  • ahern — Bertie. born 1951, Irish politician; leader of the Fianna Fáil party (1994–2008); prime minister of the Republic of Ireland (1997–2008)
  • aleph — the first letter in the Hebrew alphabet (א) articulated as a glottal stop and transliterated with a superior comma (')
  • almeh — Alternative form of almah.
  • aruhe — the edible root of a fern
  • ashed — Simple past tense and past participle of ash.
  • ashen — Someone who is ashen looks very pale, especially because they are ill, shocked, or frightened.
  • asher — the son of Jacob and ancestor of one of the 12 tribes of Israel
  • ashes — ruins or remains, as after destruction or burning
  • ashet — a shallow oval dish or large plate
  • athel — a male given name.
  • bache — (obsolete) The dale of a stream or rivulet.
  • bathe — If you bathe in a sea, river, or lake, you swim, play, or wash yourself in it. Birds and animals can also bathe.
  • beach — A beach is an area of sand or stones beside the sea.
  • beath — to heat, esp unseasoned wood in order to straighten it
  • behan — Brendan. 1923–64, Irish writer, noted esp for his plays The Quare Fellow (1954) and The Hostage (1958) and for an account of his detention as a member of the Irish Republican Army, Borstal Boy (1958)
  • bekah — a half shekel
  • belah — an Australian casuarina tree, Casuarina cristata, yielding a useful timber
  • bhave — Vinoba [vee-noh-buh] /viˈnoʊ bə/ (Show IPA), 1895–1982, Indian religious leader and mystic.
  • bohea — a black Chinese tea, once regarded as the choicest, but now as an inferior grade
  • brahe — Tycho (ˈtyːço). 1546–1601, Danish astronomer, who designed and constructed instruments that he used to plot accurately the positions of the planets, sun, moon, and stars
  • cache — A cache is a quantity of things such as weapons that have been hidden.
  • caneh — a Hebrew unit of length, consisting of 6 cubits
  • cashe — (spelling)   It's spelled "cache".
  • chace — (obsolete) chase; pursue.
  • chafe — If your skin chafes or is chafed by something, it becomes sore as a result of something rubbing against it.
  • chape — a metal tip or trimming for a scabbard
  • chare — a chore, esp. a household chore
  • chase — If you chase someone, or chase after them, you run after them or follow them quickly in order to catch or reach them.
  • chate — (Scotland) To cheat.
  • chave — I have
  • cheap — Goods or services that are cheap cost less money than usual or than you expected.
  • chear — (obsolete) cheer.
  • cheat — When someone cheats, they do not obey a set of rules which they should be obeying, for example in a game or exam.
  • cheka — the secret police set up in 1917 by the Bolshevik government: reorganized in the Soviet Union in Dec 1922 as the GPU
  • chela — a large pincer-like claw of such arthropods as the crab and scorpion
  • chewa — a member of a Negroid people of Malawi, E Zambia, and N Zimbabwe, related to the Bemba
  • dacheLilly, 1914?–1989, U.S. hat designer, born in France.
  • daesh — a name used to refer to ISIS/ISIL, the radical Sunni Muslim organization: use of this name is said to delegitimize the group's claim to be an "Islamic state.".
  • deash — to take ash out of or away from (a syrup containing ash ions)
  • death — Death is the permanent end of the life of a person or animal.

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