The Word is:”hand”

hand

/hand/

noun

noun: hand; plural noun: hands
1.the end part of a person’s arm beyond the wrist, including the palm, fingers, and thumb.

“the palm of her hand”
synonyms: fist, palm; More
antonyms: foot

  • a prehensile organ resembling the hand and forming the end part of a limb of various mammals, such as that on all four limbs of a monkey.
  • WEST INDIAN
    a person’s arm, including the hand.
    “that dog bite me on mi hand, right below the elbow”
  • operated by or held in the hand.
    modifier noun: hand
    “hand luggage”
  • done or made manually rather than by machine.
    “hand signals”
  • informal
    a round of applause.
    “his fans gave him a big hand”
    synonyms: round of applause, clap, handclap, ovation, standing ovation; More
    antonyms: booing, catcalls
  • a person’s handwriting.
    “he inscribed the statement in a bold hand”
    synonyms: handwriting, writing, script, longhand, letters, pen; More
  • dated
    a pledge of marriage by a woman.
    “he wrote to request the hand of her daughter in marriage”
  • 2.so7.mething7 resembling a hand in form, in particular:

  • a bunch of bananas.

    “mottled hands of bananas”

  • BRITISH
    a forehock of pork.
  • 3.a pointer on a clock or watch indicating the passing of units of time.

    “the second hand”
    synonyms: pointer, indicator, needle, arrow, marker, index
    “the clock’s second hand”

    verb

    verb: hand; 3rd person present: hands; past tense: handed; past participle: handed; gerund or present participle: handing

    1.pick (something) up and give it to (someone).
    “he handed each man a glass”
    synonyms: pass, give, reach, let someone have, throw, toss; More
    antonyms: take away from
    informal
    make (abusive, untrue, or otherwise objectionable remarks) to (someone).
    “all the yarns she’d been handing me”

    2.hold the hand of (someone) in order to guide them in a specified direction.
    “he handed them into the carriage”
    synonyms: assist, help, aid, give someone a hand, give someone a helping hand, give someone assistance; More

    3.SAILING
    take in or furl (a sail).
    “hand in the main!”

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