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Correct spelling: holy
- h[= o]' li, adj. perfect in a moral sense: pure in heart: religious: set apart to a sacred use.-- adv. H[= O]' LILY, in a holy manner: piously.-- n. H[= O]' LINESS, state of being holy: religious goodness: sanctity: a title of the pope.-- adj. H[= O]' LY-CRU'EL ( Shak.), cruel through excess of holiness.-- ns. H[= O]' LY-DAY, a formal spelling of holiday ( q.v.); H[= O]' LY-OFF'ICE, the Inquisition; H[= O]' LY-ROOD, the holy cross in R.C. churches over the entrance to the chancel; H[= O]' LYSTONE, a sandstone used by seamen for cleansing the decks, said to be named from cleaning the decks for Sunday.-- v.t. to scrub with a holystone.-- ns. H[= O]' LY-THURS'DAY, the day on which the ascension of our Saviour is commemorated, ten days before Whitsuntide; H[= O]' LY-WA'TER, water blessed by the priest or bishop for certain religious uses; H[= O]' LY-WEEK, the week before Easter, kept holy to commemorate our Lord's passion; H[= O]' LY-WRIT, the holy writings: the Scriptures.-- HOLY ALLIANCE, a league formed after the fall of Napoleon ( 1815) by the sovereigns of Austria Russia, and Prussia, professedly to regulate all national and international relations in accordance with the principles of Christian charity; HOLY CITY, Jerusalem: also specially applied to Rome, Mecca, Benares, Allahabad, & c.; HOLY COAT, the seamless coat of Jesus, claimed to be kept at Trèves; HOLY COMMUNION ( see COMMUNION); HOLY FAMILY, the infant Saviour with Joseph, Mary, & c.; HOLY GHOST, SPIRIT, the third person of the Trinity, proceeding from the Father and the Son; HOLY GRAIL ( see GRAIL); HOLY GRASS, a sweet-smelling grass about a foot high, with a brownish glossy lax panicle-- sometimes strewed on the floors of churches on festival days, whence its name; HOLY LAND, Palestine; HOLY OF HOLIES, THE MOST HOLY PLACE, the inner chamber of the Jewish tabernacle, which the high-priest alone might enter, and but once a year; HOLY ONE, God: Christ: the one who is holy, by way of emphasis: one separated to the service of God; HOLY ORDERS, ordination to the rank of minister in holy things: the Christian ministry; HOLY PLACES, scenes of the Saviour's life, the sepulchre, & c.; HOLY QUEST, the search for the Holy grail; HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE, the official denomination of the German Empire from 962 down to 1806, when Francis II. of Hapsburg resigned the imperial title; HOLY WAR, a name impiously given to a war for the extirpation of heresy, as that against the Albigenses, & c.: one of the Crusades. [ A.S. hálig, lit. whole, perfect, healthy-- hál, sound, whole; conn. with hail, heal, whole.]
HOLY abbreviation definitions:
hollar, henly, hotle, helthy, holow, foly, houly, hoply, hosile, heaily, highlly, thely, holdiay, holf, hikley, hadly, housely, holdy, hiley, holaday, hgihly, hochey, howy, jwly, holl, houla, helio, wholey, harmly, holoday, hiliry, homley, worly, hayely, heloo, holic, heyley, hiold, hevily, highle, holy, hlleo, hol, holyer, hrly, heollo, hooly, hely, hiighly, halll.