Associations to the word «Hall»
HALL, noun. A corridor; a hallway.
HALL, noun. A meeting room.
HALL, noun. A manor house (originally because a magistrate's court was held in the hall of his mansion).
HALL, noun. A building providing student accommodation at a university.
HALL, noun. The principal room of a secular medieval building.
HALL, noun. (obsolete) Cleared passageway through a crowd.
HALL, proper noun. A British and Scandinavian topographic surname for someone who lived in or near a hall.
HALL, proper noun. A surname of German origin for someone associated with a salt mine.
HALL, proper noun. An Anglo-Norman surname.
HALL, proper noun. (UK) (rail transport) Hall class, a class of steam locomotives used on the GWR.
HALL EFFECT, noun. (physics) the effect in which a conductor that carries an electric current perpendicular to an applied magnetic field develops a voltage gradient transverse to both current and field
HALL EFFECTS, noun. Plural of Hall effect
HALL OF FAME, noun. (chiefly sports) A structure housing memorials to famous or illustrious individuals (especially ones of importance to some field), often containing a collection of memorabilia relating to them.
HALL OF FAME, noun. (video games) High-score table.
HALL OF MIRRORS, noun. A carnival attraction with curved mirrors that distort the viewer's appearance.
HALL OF MIRRORS, noun. (video games) (uncountable) A glitch in some three-dimensional games where a missing texture prevents part of the scene from being rendered correctly, causing a trail of previously rendered frames to appear instead.
HALL OF RESIDENCE, noun. A building for university students to live in.
HALL OF SHAME, noun. (humorous) Collection of the worst, most hated, or poorest quality entries in a particular subject, medium, field, etc.
HALL PASS, noun. (US) a permit to be out of class during school hours.
HALL PASS, noun. (by extension) (informal) a wife's permission for her husband to go for a night out with friends.
HALL PORTER, noun. A hotel worker who carries luggage to the rooms of guests.
HALL TREE, noun. A piece of furniture for hanging hats, coats, etc. after entering a building. It may include mirrors, a bench, and/or drawers or other storage space.
HALL TREES, noun. Plural of hall tree
HALL, noun. An interior passage or corridor onto which rooms open; "the elevators were at the end of the hall".
HALL, noun. A large entrance or reception room or area.
HALL, noun. A large room for gatherings or entertainment; "lecture hall"; "pool hall".
HALL, noun. A college or university building containing living quarters for students.
HALL, noun. The large room of a manor or castle.
HALL, noun. English writer whose novel about a lesbian relationship was banned in Britain for many years (1883-1943).
HALL, noun. United States child psychologist whose theories of child psychology strongly influenced educational psychology (1844-1924).
HALL, noun. United States chemist who developed an economical method of producing aluminum from bauxite (1863-1914).
HALL, noun. United States explorer who led three expeditions to the Arctic (1821-1871).
HALL, noun. United States astronomer who discovered Phobos and Deimos (the two satellites of Mars) (1829-1907).
HALL, noun. A large and imposing house.
HALL, noun. A large building used by a college or university for teaching or research; "halls of learning".
HALL, noun. A large building for meetings or entertainment.
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