Words that Start with Ha: Your Quick List for Scrabble & Vocabulary Building

Discover a variety of words beginning with “ha” to enhance your vocabulary and understanding of the English language.

  1. Habit- A regular practice or routine.
  2. Habitat- Natural environment of an organism.
  3. Habitable- Suitable for living.
  4. Haberdashery- Store selling men’s clothing or sewing supplies.
  5. Habiliment- Clothing.
  6. Habituate- To become accustomed to.
  7. Hack- To cut roughly or gain unauthorized access to data.
  8. Hackle- Long slender feathers on the necks of birds.
  9. Hackney- To use something to mundane excess.
  10. Hacksaw- A saw used for cutting metal.
  11. Hadal- Pertaining to the deepest zones of the ocean.
  12. Haddock- A type of fish.
  13. Hades- Underworld abode of the dead in Greek mythology.
  14. Haemoglobin- Protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen.
  15. Haft- The handle of a tool or weapon.
  16. Haggle- Bargain persistently, typically over the cost of something.
  17. Hagiography- Biography that idealizes its subject.
  18. Haiku- A Japanese form of short poetry.
  19. Hail- Pellets of frozen rain or a call to attract attention.
  20. Hair- The fine thread-like strands growing from the skin of humans, mammals, and some other animals.
  21. Hairline- The line where the hair on the scalp meets the forehead.
  22. Hake- A type of marine fish.
  23. Halcyon- Calm, peaceful, and happy; prosperous.
  24. Hale- Strong and healthy.
  25. Half- One of two equal parts of a whole.
  26. Halfhearted- Without enthusiasm or energy.
  27. Halibut- A type of flatfish.
  28. Halide- A binary compound of a halogen with another element or group.
  29. Hall- A large room for meetings, receptions, or other events.
  30. Hallmark- A distinctive feature, especially one of excellence.
  31. Hallowed- Holy; sacred.
  32. Halo- A circle of light shown around or above the head of a person in art; a ring of light.
  33. Halogen- A group of highly reactive elements including fluorine and chlorine.
  34. Halt- To stop.
  35. Halve- To divide into two equal parts.
  36. Ham- The thigh of a hog cured for food.
  37. Hamburg- A type of beef patty.
  38. Hamlet- A small village.
  39. Hammer- A tool with a heavy head and a handle used for pounding.
  40. Hamper- A large basket with a lid used for laundry; to hinder or impede.
  41. Hand- The end part of a person’s arm beyond the wrist, including the palm, fingers, and thumb.
  42. Handbag- A small bag used by women to carry everyday personal items.
  43. Handball- A sport in which players hit a ball with their hand.
  44. Handbook- A book giving information such as facts on a particular subject or instructions for operating a machine.
  45. Handcraft- To make skillfully by hand.
  46. Handful- A quantity that fills the hand.
  47. Handicap- A circumstance that makes progress or success difficult.
  48. Handkerchief- A square cloth used for wiping the face or nose.
  49. Handle- A part by which a thing is held, carried, or controlled.
  50. Handmade- Made by hand, not by machine.
  51. Handover- The act of transferring responsibility or control.
  52. Handrail- A rail used for support or steadying oneself, especially on stairs.
  53. Handshake- A gripping and shaking of hands, as a greeting or conclusion of an agreement.
  54. Handsome- Pleasing in appearance; good-looking.
  55. Handstand- An act of balancing on one’s hands with the feet in the air.
  56. Handwriting- The style or manner of a person’s writing with a pen or pencil.
  57. Handy- Convenient to handle or use; useful.
  58. Hang- To suspend or be suspended freely.
  59. Hangar- A large building where aircraft or spacecraft are stored.
  60. Hanger- A frame or hook for hanging clothes on.
  61. Hangout- A frequently visited place.
  62. Hank- Coil or loop of yarn or thread.
  63. Hanker- Feel a strong desire for or to do something.
  64. Hansel- A gift given as a token of good luck.
  65. Hapless- Unlucky.
  66. Happen- To take place or occur.
  67. Haploid- Having a single set of unpaired chromosomes.
  68. Happenstance- Coincidence.
  69. Happy- Feeling or showing pleasure or contentment.
  70. Harangue- A lengthy and aggressive speech.
  71. Harass- Subject to aggressive pressure or intimidation.
  72. Harbor- A place on the coast where ships may moor in shelter.
  73. Hard- Solid, firm, and rigid; not easily broken, bent, or pierced.
  74. Hardcore- The most active or committed members of a group.
  75. Harden- Become or make hard or harder.
  76. Hardship- Severe suffering or deprivation.
  77. Hardware- Tools, machinery, and other durable equipment.
  78. Hardwood- Wood from broadleaved trees.
  79. Hare- A fast-running, long-eared mammal that resembles a large rabbit.
  80. Harem- The separate part of a Muslim household reserved for wives, concubines, and female servants.
  81. Hark- Listen attentively.
  82. Harlot- A prostitute or promiscuous woman.
  83. Harm- Physical injury or mental damage.
  84. Harmonica- A small musical instrument played by blowing or drawing air through reed chambers.
  85. Harmonize- Add harmonies to (a melody).
  86. Harmony- The combination of simultaneously sounded musical notes to produce chords and chord progressions having a pleasing effect.
  87. Harness- A set of straps and fittings by which a horse or other draft animal is fastened to a cart, plow, etc.
  88. Harp- A musical instrument consisting of a frame over which stretched strings are fastened.
  89. Harpoon- A long spear-like instrument used in fishing to catch fish or large marine mammals.
  90. Harried- Feeling strained as a result of having demands persistently made on one; harassed.
  91. Harrow- Farming tool with spikes or disks for breaking up soil.
  92. Harrowing- Acutely distressing.
  93. Harry- Persistently carry out attacks on (an enemy).
  94. Harsh- Unpleasantly rough or jarring to the senses.
  95. Hart- An adult male deer.
  96. Harvest- The process or period of gathering in crops.
  97. Hash- Chop food into small pieces, often with a gravy or sauce; a dish of diced or chopped meat and often vegetables.
  98. Haste- Excessive speed or urgency of movement or action; hurry.
  99. Hasten- Be quick to do something.
  100. Hasty- Done or acting with excessive speed or urgency; hurried.

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