hallelujah, interj. 1. hosanna, praise the Lord, praise God, praise be, glory be, glory to God, glory be to God in the highest, thanks be to God.
-n. 2. hosanna, paean, alleluia; cheer, hoorah, hooray, huzzah; exclamation, cry, shout, yell.
hallmark, n. 1. seal, stamp, seal or stamp of approval, cachet; trademark; (of gold and silver) plate mark.
2. mark, earmark, keynote, brand, badge, device; sign, sure sign, telltale sign, index, indicator, symptom.
hallo, n. 1. salutation, address, hail, call; cry, shout, exclamation.
-v. 2. exclaim, cry, cry out, shout, yell; hail, ac
cost, salute, greet, call to, call out to.
hallow, v. 1. sanctify, consecrate, dedicate; im mortalize, enshrine, bless, dignify; ordain, anoint, lay hands on, make holy.
2. venerate, revere, reverence, worship, adore, pay homage to, pay honor to; respect, honor, esteem, consider sacred; glorify, Archaic, magnify, exalt, deify, canonize, saint.
hallowed, adj. venerated, revered, reverenced, adored, worshiped, regarded as holy; holy, sacred, sanctified, consecrated, blessed; sacrosanct.
hallucinate, v. have hallucinations, fantasize, day dream, imagine, envision, Inf. see things; Sl. trip or trip out, Sl. turn on, Sl. freak out, Sl. have a bad trip.
hallucination, n. 1. illusion, aberration, false conception, imagining, figment of the imagination, Inf. pink elephant; mirage, vision, dream, daydream, Psychol, fantasy, Sl. trip, delirium; phantom, phantasm, ghost, Inf. spook, apparition, specter, shade, incubus, Spiritualism, ectoplasm, Ger. Doppelganger, wraith.
2. false notion, fallacy, misbelief, misconception, misconstruction, misinterpretation; delusion, selfdeception, self-deceit, distortion; misapprehension, Psychiatry, confusion, Psychiatry, disorientation, Psychiatry, hallucinosis.
halo, n. 1. nimbus, aureole, aureola, gloriole, crown, light, crown or ring of light; Both Fine Arts, vesica piscis, mandorla; corona, luminous cloud, Astron. chromosphere, Astron. coma, Biol, areola, Photography. halation; ring, band, circle, disk, O, doughnut, annulus, annulation, Entomology, annulet.
2. radiance, brilliance, brilliancy, luminosity, luminousness, illumination, luster, flow, effulgence, refulgence, refulgency, fulgentness; brightness, lucen-cy, shine, gleam, sparkle, Rare, lucence, Archaic. fulgar.
3. splendor, splendidness, resplendence, resplendency; glory, gloriousness, sublimity, grandeur, majesty, regalness; sanctity, sacredness, holiness, hallowedness, blessedness, saintliness, sainthood, godliness, spiritualness, spirituality.
4. aura, air, atmosphere, ambience; quality, complexion, tone.
halt1, v. 1. stop, come to a stop or a stand, cast anchor, brake, draw reign, (of an automobile) pull over, (of a ship) lie to, stop short, stop dead in one's tracks, stall or stall out, stand still, balk; draw or pull up, hold up, wait or wait up, stay, mark time.
2. arrest, bring to a stop or halt, check, stem, curb; terminate, end, bring to an end or close, quell, quash, crush, nip in the bud, put an end to, break up; block, blockade, obstruct, frustrate, foil, thwart, hinder, impede, clip one's wings, hold back, restrain.