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1560s, "ring of light around the sun or moon," from Latin halo (nominative halos), from Greek halos "disk of the sun or moon; ring of light around the sun or moon" (also "disk [..]
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A halo is an area of light, usually circular, around the head of a holy figure in religious painting; it is also associated with some of the Classical gods and goddesses, such as Apollo, who sometimes [..]
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Any of a family of colored or whitish rings, arcs, pillars or spots of light that appear in the sky and are explained by the reflection or refraction of light by ice crystals. They are usually found i [..]
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A daylily's halo is an eye that is relatively narrow or indistinct.
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a ring of light around the sun or moon, or around the heads of holy people in paintings
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high-altitude, low-opening jumping for insertion of troops behind enemy lines. The jump is begun from 15,000 feet.
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A light line around object edges in an image, produced by the USM (sharpening) technique.
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A light line around object edges in an image, produced by the USM (sharpening) technique.
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The emanation that appears around the head.
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the best game ever. R.I.P master chief

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A glowing ring of light surrounding a object such as a channel letter which has been lit from behind. (See also halo lighting.)
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(n) an indication of radiant light drawn around the head of a saint(n) a toroidal shape(n) a circle of light around the sun or moon
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A metal ring used for patients with spinal cord injuries of the neck which encircles the patient's head to allow for proper alignment of the neck and spinal cords. [Click Here To Return To List]
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(n.) (a) The extended outer portions far above and below the plane of a galaxy such as the Milky Way. The halo is thought to contain a large fraction of the total mass of the galaxy, mostly in the for [..]
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V emit (vapor| etc); be fragrant
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A halo is a medical device used to stabilize the cervical spine after traumatic injuries to the neck, or after spine surgery. The apparatus consists of a halo vest, stabilization bars, and a metal ring encircling the patient's head and fixated to the skull with multiple pins. The metal pins push up to the skull and not into it. The are placed [..]
Source: spine-health.com

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Lightening of black ink when it is printed near another colour.
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A ring or arc of light around the sun or moon that is caused by the refraction of sunlight through dense ice crystals in the atmosphere.
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Circle of light around a luminous body. Particularly applied to such a circle around Sun or Moon
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Circle or globe depicted around someone's head in religious art, showing that they are especially revered. Harmika
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Groups of optical phenomena, in the form of rings, arcs, pillars or bright spots, produced by the refraction or reflection of light by ice crystals suspended in the atmosphere.
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A prismatically colored or whitish circle or arcs of a circle with the sun or moon at its center; coloration, if not white, is from red inside to blue outside (opposite that of a corona); fixed in siz [..]
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Any of a variety of bright circles or arcs centered on the sun or moon, caused by the refraction or reflection of light by ice crystals suspended in the earth's atmosphere and exhibiting prismatic coloration ranging from red inside to blue outside.
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Outer region of a galaxy, contains globular clusters, a few stray stars, and dark matter.
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An optical phenomenon produced by ice crystals in cirrus clouds. The ice crystals in the upper troposphere refracts and reflects the light, and can sometimes split the light into colors, creating an arc or circle in the sky around the sun or moon.
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on ski-lift, circular metal frame which extends below spring box on T-bar and directs rope.
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A ring or arc that encircles the sun or moon when seen through an ice crystal cloud or a sky filled with falling ice crystals. Halos are produced by refraction and reflection of light through the ice [..]
Source: weatherzone.com.au

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A circular band of light, sometimes tinged with rainbow colors, seen around the Sun or moon, caused by the refraction, reflection, and dispersion of light through ice particles suspended within high a [..]
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Any of a family of coloured or whitish rings, arcs, pillars or spots of light that appear in the sky and are explained by the reflection or refraction of light by ice crystals (often in the form of ci [..]
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A ring or arc that encircles the sun or moon. Halos are caused by the refraction
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The ring of light that seems to encircle the sun or moon when veiled by cirrus clouds. To produce this phenomena, the ice crystals must be in a heterogeneous arrangement to refract the sunlight. The m [..]
Source: communityweather.org.nz

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The ring of light that seems to encircle the sun or moon when veiled by cirrus clouds
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Any of a variety of bright circles or arcs centered on the sun or moon, caused by the refraction or reflection of light by ice crystals suspended in the earth's atmosphere and exhibiting prismati [..]
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The ring of light that seems to encircle the sun or moon when veiled by cirrus clouds. To produce this phenomena, the ice crystals must be in a heterogeneous arrangement to refract the sunlight. The most commonly observed is a halo that forms at a 22° radius, although another one at 46° radius may also be seen.
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Forming compound words with the sense of ‘sea, salt, salt water’.
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halo circular band of coloured light, visible around the Sun or Moon etc., caused by reflection and refraction of light by ice crystals in the atmosphere
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Any of a variety of bright circles or arcs centered on the sun or moon, caused by the refraction or reflection of light by ice crystals suspended in the earth's atmosphere and exhibiting prismatic coloration ranging from red inside to blue outside.
Source: w1.weather.gov

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before vowels hal-, word-forming element meaning "salt, sea," from Greek hals (genitive halos) "a lump of salt, salt generally," in Homer, "the sea," from PIE *sal- (1) & [..]
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