5 letter words starting with h

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  • HAAFS
  • HAARS
  • HAATS
  • HABIT
  • HABLE
  • HABUS
  • HACEK
  • HACKS
  • HACKY
  • HADAL
  • HADED
  • HADES
  • HADJI
  • HADST
  • HAEMS
  • HAERE
  • HAETS
  • HAFFS
  • HAFIZ
  • HAFTA
  • HAFTS
  • HAGGS
  • HAHAM
  • HAHAS
  • HAICK
  • HAIKA
  • HAIKS
  • HAIKU
  • HAILS
  • HAILY
  • HAINS
  • HAINT
  • HAIRS
  • HAIRY
  • HAITH
  • HAJES
  • HAJIS
  • HAJJI
  • HAKAM
  • HAKAS
  • HAKEA
  • HAKES
  • HAKIM
  • HAKUS
  • HALAL
  • HALDI
  • HALED
  • HALER
  • HALES
  • HALFA
  • HALFS
  • HALID
  • HALLO
  • HALLS
  • HALMA
  • HALMS
  • HALON
  • HALOS
  • HALSE
  • HALSH
  • HALTS
  • HALVA
  • HALVE
  • HALWA
  • HAMAL
  • HAMBA
  • HAMED
  • HAMEL
  • HAMES
  • HAMMY
  • HAMZA
  • HANAP
  • HANCE
  • HANCH
  • HANDI
  • HANDS
  • HANDY
  • HANGI
  • HANGS
  • HANKS
  • HANKY
  • HANSA
  • HANSE
  • HANTS
  • HAOLE
  • HAOMA
  • HAPAS
  • HAPAX
  • HAPLY
  • HAPPI
  • HAPPY
  • HAPUS
  • HARAM
  • HARDS
  • HARDY
  • HARED
  • HAREM
  • HARES
  • HARIM
  • HARKS
  • HARLS
  • HARMS
  • HARNS
  • HAROS
  • HARPS
  • HARPY
  • HARRY
  • HARSH
  • HARTS
  • HASHY
  • HASKS
  • HASPS
  • HASTA
  • HASTE
  • HASTY
  • HATCH
  • HATED
  • HATER
  • HATES
  • HATHA
  • HATHI
  • HATTY
  • HAUDS
  • HAUFS
  • HAUGH
  • HAUGO
  • HAULD
  • HAULM
  • HAULS
  • HAULT
  • HAUNS
  • HAUNT
  • HAUSE
  • HAUTE
  • HAVAN
  • HAVEL
  • HAVEN
  • HAVER
  • HAVES
  • HAVOC
  • HAWED
  • HAWKS
  • HAWMS
  • HAWSE
  • HAYED
  • HAYER
  • HAYEY
  • HAYLE
  • HAZAN
  • HAZED
  • HAZEL
  • HAZER
  • HAZES
  • HAZLE
  • HEADS
  • HEADY
  • HEALD
  • HEALS
  • HEAME
  • HEAPS
  • HEAPY
  • HEARD
  • HEARE
  • HEARS
  • HEART
  • HEAST
  • HEATH
  • HEATS
  • HEATY
  • HEAVE
  • HEAVY
  • HEBEN
  • HEBES
  • HECHT
  • HECKS
  • HEDER
  • HEDGE
  • HEDGY
  • HEEDS
  • HEEDY
  • HEELS
  • HEEZE
  • HEFTE
  • HEFTS
  • HEFTY
  • HEIAU
  • HEIDS
  • HEIGH
  • HEILS
  • HEIRS
  • HEIST
  • HEJAB
  • HEJRA
  • HELED
  • HELES
  • HELIO
  • HELIX
  • HELLA
  • HELLO
  • HELLS
  • HELLY
  • HELMS
  • HELOS
  • HELOT
  • HELPS
  • HELVE
  • HEMAL
  • HEMES
  • HEMIC
  • HEMIN
  • HEMPS
  • HEMPY
  • HENCE
  • HENCH
  • HENDS
  • HENGE
  • HENNA
  • HENNY
  • HENRY
  • HENTS
  • HEPAR
  • HERBS
  • HERBY
  • HERDS
  • HERES
  • HERLS
  • HERMA
  • HERMS
  • HERNS
  • HERON
  • HEROS
  • HERPS
  • HERRY
  • HERSE
  • HERTZ
  • HERYE
  • HESPS
  • HESTS
  • HETES
  • HETHS
  • HEUCH
  • HEUGH
  • HEVEA
  • HEVEL
  • HEWED
  • HEWER
  • HEWGH
  • HEXAD
  • HEXED
  • HEXER
  • HEXES
  • HEXYL
  • HEYED
  • HIANT
  • HIBAS
  • HICKS
  • HIDED
  • HIDER
  • HIDES
  • HIEMS
  • HIFIS
  • HIGHS
  • HIGHT
  • HIJAB
  • HIJRA
  • HIKED
  • HIKER
  • HIKES
  • HIKOI
  • HILAR
  • HILCH
  • HILLO
  • HILLS
  • HILLY
  • HILSA
  • HILTS
  • HILUM
  • HILUS
  • HIMBO
  • HINAU
  • HINDS
  • HINGE
  • HINGS
  • HINKY
  • HINNY
  • HINTS
  • HIOIS
  • HIPED
  • HIPER
  • HIPES
  • HIPLY
  • HIPPO
  • HIPPY
  • HIRED
  • HIREE
  • HIRER
  • HIRES
  • HISSY
  • HISTS
  • HITCH
  • HITHE
  • HIVED
  • HIVER
  • HIVES
  • HIZEN
  • HOACH
  • HOAED
  • HOAGY
  • HOARD
  • HOARS
  • HOARY
  • HOAST
  • HOBBY
  • HOBOS
  • HOCKS
  • HOCUS
  • HODAD
  • HODJA
  • HOERS
  • HOGAN
  • HOGEN
  • HOGGS
  • HOGHS
  • HOGOH
  • HOGOS
  • HOHED
  • HOICK
  • HOIED
  • HOIKS
  • HOING
  • HOISE
  • HOIST
  • HOKAS
  • HOKED
  • HOKES
  • HOKEY
  • HOKIS
  • HOKKU
  • HOKUM
  • HOLDS
  • HOLED
  • HOLES
  • HOLEY
  • HOLKS
  • HOLLA
  • HOLLO
  • HOLLY
  • HOLME
  • HOLMS
  • HOLON
  • HOLOS
  • HOLTS
  • HOMAS
  • HOMED
  • HOMER
  • HOMES
  • HOMEY
  • HOMIE
  • HOMME
  • HOMOS
  • HONAN
  • HONDA
  • HONDS
  • HONED
  • HONER
  • HONES
  • HONEY
  • HONGI
  • HONGS
  • HONKS
  • HONKY
  • HONOR
  • HOOCH
  • HOODS
  • HOODY
  • HOOEY
  • HOOFS
  • HOOGO
  • HOOHA
  • HOOKA
  • HOOKS
  • HOOKY
  • HOOLY
  • HOONS
  • HOOPS
  • HOORD
  • HOORS
  • HOOSH
  • HOOTS
  • HOOTY
  • HOOVE
  • HOPAK
  • HOPED
  • HOPER
  • HOPES
  • HOPPY
  • HORAH
  • HORAL
  • HORAS
  • HORDE
  • HORIS
  • HORKS
  • HORME
  • HORNS
  • HORNY
  • HORSE
  • HORST
  • HORSY
  • HOSED
  • HOSEL
  • HOSEN
  • HOSER
  • HOSES
  • HOSEY
  • HOSTA
  • HOSTS
  • HOTCH
  • HOTEL
  • HOTEN
  • HOTIS
  • HOTLY
  • HOTTE
  • HOTTY
  • HOUFF
  • HOUFS
  • HOUGH
  • HOUND
  • HOURI
  • HOURS
  • HOUSE
  • HOUTS
  • HOVEA
  • HOVED
  • HOVEL
  • HOVEN
  • HOVER
  • HOVES
  • HOWAY
  • HOWBE
  • HOWDY
  • HOWES
  • HOWFF
  • HOWFS
  • HOWKS
  • HOWLS
  • HOWRE
  • HOWSO
  • HOWTO
  • HOXED
  • HOXES
  • HOYAS
  • HOYED
  • HOYLE
  • HUBBA
  • HUBBY
  • HUCKS
  • HUDNA
  • HUDUD
  • HUERS
  • HUFFS
  • HUFFY
  • HUGER
  • HUGGY
  • HUHUS
  • HUIAS
  • HUIES
  • HUKOU
  • HULAS
  • HULES
  • HULKS
  • HULKY
  • HULLO
  • HULLS
  • HULLY
  • HUMAN
  • HUMAS
  • HUMFS
  • HUMIC
  • HUMID
  • HUMOR
  • HUMPH
  • HUMPS
  • HUMPY
  • HUMUS
  • HUNCH
  • HUNDO
  • HUNKS
  • HUNKY
  • HUNTS
  • HURDS
  • HURLS
  • HURLY
  • HURRA
  • HURRY
  • HURST
  • HURTS
  • HURTY
  • HUSHY
  • HUSKS
  • HUSKY
  • HUSOS
  • HUSSY
  • HUTCH
  • HUTIA
  • HUZZA
  • HUZZY
  • HWYLS
  • HYDEL
  • HYDRA
  • HYDRO
  • HYENA
  • HYENS
  • HYGGE
  • HYING
  • HYKES
  • HYLAS
  • HYLEG
  • HYLES
  • HYLIC
  • HYMEN
  • HYMNS
  • HYNDE
  • HYOID
  • HYPED
  • HYPER
  • HYPES
  • HYPHA
  • HYPHY
  • HYPOS
  • HYRAX
  • HYSON
  • HYTHE

Sometimes the solution is an uncommon word, then It’s time to learn something new. Here’s the definition of a few of these words:

Definition of hajis

hajis (noun)

  1. One who has participated in a hajj.
  2. A Muslim or Arab.

Definition of hokum

hokum (noun)

  1. (An instance of) meaningless nonsense with an outward appearance of being impressive and legitimate.
  2. (An instance of) excessively contrived, hackneyed, or sentimental material in a film, television programme, theater production, etc.
  3. A film, television programme, theater production, etc., containing excessively contrived, hackneyed, or sentimental material.
  4. A genre of blues song or music, often characterized by sexual innuendos or satire.

Definition of horse

horse (noun)

  1. Any of several animals related to Equus ferus caballus.
  2. Equipment with legs.
  3. Type of equipment.
  4. A mass of earthy matter, or rock of the same character as the wall rock, occurring in the course of a vein, as of coal or ore; hence, to take horse (said of a vein) is to divide into branches for a distance.
  5. The sedative, antidepressant, and anxiolytic drug morphine, chiefly when used illicitly.
  6. An informal variant of basketball in which players match shots made by their opponent(s), each miss adding a letter to the word "horse", with 5 misses spelling the whole word and eliminating a player, until only the winner is left. Also HORSE, H-O-R-S-E or H.O.R.S.E. (see Variations of basketball#H-O-R-S-E).
  7. (among students) A translation or other illegitimate aid in study or examination.
  8. (among students) horseplay; tomfoolery

horse (verb)

  1. To frolic, to act mischievously. (Usually followed by "around".)
  2. To provide with a horse; supply horses for.
  3. To get on horseback.
  4. To sit astride of; to bestride.
  5. (of a male horse) To copulate with (a mare).
  6. To take or carry on the back.
  7. To place (someone) on the back of another person, or on a wooden horse, etc., to be flogged; (hence) to flog.
  8. To urge at work tyrannically.
  9. To charge for work before it is finished.

horse (noun)

  1. Heroin (drug).

Definition of hucks

hucks (noun)

  1. (Ultimate Frisbee) A long throw, generally at least half a field in length.
  2. A drop or jump off a cliff or cornice.

hucks (verb)

  1. To throw or chuck.
  2. To throw oneself off a large jump or drop.
  3. To throw one's body in the air, possibly in a way that is ungraceful or lacks skill.
  4. (Ultimate Frisbee) To throw a frisbee a long distance.
  5. (Ultimate Frisbee) To make a long throw with the frisbee; to start a point by making such a throw.
  6. (mountain biking) To attempt a particularly big jump or drop, often haphazardly.
  7. (mountain biking) To make a maneuver in a clumsy or poorly planned way.
  8. (whitewater kayaking) To paddle off a waterfall or to boof a big drop.

hucks (noun)

  1. A person's hip.

hucks (verb)

  1. To haggle in trading.