How to Pronounce haloes?

Correct pronunciation for the word "haloes" is [hˈe͡ɪlə͡ʊz], [hˈe‍ɪlə‍ʊz], [h_ˈeɪ_l_əʊ_z].

"Haloes" in context

Halo is something that is associated primarily with angels. It used to be seen as a representation of something celestial and divine, as it was often seen around depictions of gods and religious figures in artwork. Nowadays, it has evolved and is used in many different contexts.

A Halo can refer to the bright ring of light around the sun or moon. This can be seen as a physical phenomenon due to the refraction of sunlight by the water droplets in the atmosphere.

In literature, halo can also refer to a type of light around a person's head or a character's head.

Usage over time for haloes:

This graph shows how "haloes" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

35 words made out of letters HALOES

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