1. free from disease or infirmity; robust; vigorous: hale and hearty men in the prime of life.
Origin: before 1000; Middle English (north); Old English hāl whole
verb (used with object), haled, haling.
1. to compel (someone) to go: to hale a man into court.
2. to haul; pull.
Origin: 1175-1225; Middle English halen < Middle French haler < Germanic; compare Dutch halen to pull, fetch; akin to Old English geholian to get, German holen to fetch. See haul
1. (in Hawaii) a simple thatched-roof dwelling.
Origin: < Hawaiian; house, building
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yeah...I went there. I couldn't resist when I saw the word. lol