Haler vs Hailer - What's the difference?

haler | hailer |


As a verb haler

is to tan (cause skin to go brown).

As a noun hailer is

a person who or a device which calls, summons loudly, or hails.

haler

English

Adjective

(head)
  • Comparative form of hale.
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    hailer

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A person who or a device which calls, summons loudly, or hails.
  • * 1880 , , Fellow Townsmen , ch. 1:
  • "Hullo, Downe—is that you?" said the driver of the vehicle, a young man of pale and refined appearance. "Jump up here with me, and ride down to your door."
    The other turned a plump, cheery, rather self-indulgent face over his shoulder towards the hailer .
    "O, good evening, Mr. Barnet—thanks," he said.

    Derived terms

    * loudhailer ----