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  • 1 Host — Host …

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  • 2 Host — • Archaeological and historical aspects Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Host     Host     † …

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  • 3 Host — Host(s) may refer to:In Christianity: * Heavenly host, an army of good angels in Heaven * Host (Holy Communion), bread in the EucharistIn culture: * Host (event), a television or radio show presenter * Host (album), a 1999 album by the band… …

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  • 4 host — host·al; host·ess ship; host·ing; host·less; host·ly; kink·host; host; non·host; host·ess; …

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  • 5 Host — (h[=o]st), n. [OE. host, ost, OF. host, ost, fr. L. hostis enemy, LL., army. See {Guest}, and cf. {Host} a landlord.] 1. An army; a number of men gathered for war. [1913 Webster] A host so great as covered all the field. Dryden. [1913 Webster] 2 …

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  • 6 Host — [hoʊst] (englisch „Wirt“, „Gastgeber“) steht für: Host (Datenbankanbieter), Computer, der im Internet Datenbanken zur Verfügung stellt Host (Informationstechnik), Computer, der Dienste in einem Rechnernetz zur Verfügung stellt ein Gerät mit IP… …

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  • 7 Host — 〈[ hoʊst] m. 6〉 1. 〈kurz für〉 Hostcomputer 2. Adresse im Internet [engl., eigtl. „Gastgeber“] * * * Host [hoʊst ], der; [s], s [engl. host ↑ (Hostess)] (EDV): (in einem System von Computern od. Terminals) Zentralrechner mit permanenter… …

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  • 8 host — Ⅰ. host [1] ► NOUN 1) a person who receives or entertains guests. 2) the presenter of a television or radio programme. 3) a person, place, or organization that holds and organizes an event to which others are invited. 4) often humorous the… …

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  • 9 host — host1 [hōst] n. [ME hoste < OFr hoiste < ML(Ec) hostia, consecrated host < L, animal sacrificed, prob. < hostire, to recompense, requite] 1. a wafer of the bread used in a Eucharistic service 2. [H ] a consecrated Eucharistic wafer… …

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  • 10 Host — (h[=o]st), n. [OE. host, ost, OF. hoste, oste, F. h[^o]te, from L. hospes a stranger who is treated as a guest, he who treats another as his guest, a hostl prob. fr. hostis stranger, enemy (akin to E. guest a visitor) + potis able; akin to Skr.… …

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  • 11 Höst — Høst ist der Name von Gerd Høst Heyerdahl (1915−2007), norwegische Schauspielerin, Schriftstellerin und Professorin für Germanistik Jens Kragh Høst (1772−1844), dänischer Jurist, Historiker und Übersetzer …

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  • 12 Host — Host: host  утилита  DNS клиент в UNIX системах. hosts  текстовый файл, используемый во многих операционных системах как база данных доменных имен Host   общепринятое сокращение (обозначение) имени ботаника, которое… …

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  • 13 Høst — ist der Name folgender Personen: Gerd Høst Heyerdahl (1915−2007), norwegische Schauspielerin, Schriftstellerin und Professorin für Germanistik Jens Kragh Høst (1772−1844), dänischer Jurist, Historiker und Übersetzer Höst ist ein Ortsteil von… …

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  • 14 Host — Host, v. i. To lodge at an inn; to take up entertainment. [Obs.] Where you shall host. Shak. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 15 host — verb. This is first recorded in the 15c, and is not a modern verbalization of the noun. For this reason, objection to the use of host meaning ‘to act as host or compère of (a television show)’ is somewhat misconceived, although it is often… …

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  • 16 host — [n1] person who entertains, performs anchor, anchor person, emcee, entertainer, innkeeper, keeper, manager, moderator, owner, person of the house, presenter, proprietor; concept 352 Ant. guest, visitor host [n2] large group army, array, cloud,… …

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  • 17 Host — (h[=o]st), n. [LL. hostia sacrifice, victim, from hostire to strike.] (R. C. Ch.) The consecrated wafer, believed to be the body of Christ, which in the Mass is offered as a sacrifice; also, the bread before consecration. [1913 Webster] Note: In… …

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  • 18 Host — Host, v. t. To give entertainment to. [Obs.] Spenser. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 19 Host — Host, bei Pflanzennamen für Nikolaus Thomas Host, geb. 6. Dez. 1761 in Fiume, gest. 13. Jan. 1834 als Arzt in Schönbrunn. Er schrieb: »Icones et descriptiones graminum austriacorum« (Wien 1801–09, 4 Bde.); »Salix« (Bd. 1, das. 1828) …

    Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • 20 host — index body (collection), mass (body of persons), plurality, quantity Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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