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Patrono:Gmh[[Category:Patrono:Gmh derivations|Halt]] halt (imperative of halten); Old High German haltan. (Eng. usg. ca. 1598 in one sense, the intransitive verb sense wasn't used until 1656)

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Infinitive
to Halt

Third person singular
Halts

Simple past
Halted

Past participle
Halted

Present participle
Halting

to Halt (third-person singular simple present Halts, present participle Halting, simple past and past participle Halted)
  1. (intransitive) to stop either temporarily or permanently
  2. (transitive) to cause something to stop
    • The contract negotiations halted operations for at least a week.
  3. (intransitive) to waver or be hesitant
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Singular
Halt

Plural
Halts

Halt (plural Halts)
  1. A cessation, either temporary or permanent.
    • The contract negotiations put a halt to operations.
  2. A minor railway station (usually unstaffed) in the United Kingdom.
    • The halt itself never achieved much importance, even with workers coming to and from the adjacent works.
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As used before the 12th century. From the Old English healt, akin to Old High German halz[1], lame, and Gothic 𐌷𐌰𐌻𐍄𐍃 (halts).[2]. Cognates include Danish halt.

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Infinitive
to Halt

Third person singular
Halts

Simple past
Halted

Past participle
Halted

Present participle
Halting

to Halt (third-person singular simple present Halts, present participle Halting, simple past and past participle Halted)
  1. to proceed lamely
  2. to waver
  3. to falter

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Singular
Halt

Plural
Halts

Halt (plural Halts)
  1. (dated) lameness; a limp.
  2. (used with a plural verb) lame people, esp. severely lamed ones (usually preceded by the)
    • the halt and the blind.

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Halt (comparative more Halt, superlative most Halt)

Positive
Halt

Comparative
more Halt

Superlative
most Halt

  1. lame

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  1. w:Merriam-Webster Dictionary, halt: "ME, from OE healt; akin to OHG halz, lame"
  2. Etymology of halt

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halt

  1. lame

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Patrono:Hu-participle

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  • IPA: /ˈhɒlt/

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halt

  1. died

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  • IPA: [hal̪ˠt̪ˠ]

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Halt m.

  1. Mutated form of alt.

et:halt fa:halt fr:halt ko:halt io:halt it:halt kn:halt lo:halt hu:halt ml:halt pl:halt ru:halt simple:halt fi:halt sv:halt ta:halt te:halt tr:halt vi:halt zh:halt

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