H hour
noun Etymology: H, abbreviation for hour Date: 1918 the hour set for launching a specific tactical operation

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  • H-hour — ☆ H hour [āch′our΄ ] n. ZERO HOUR …   English World dictionary

  • H-hour — n. the hour at which an operation is scheduled to begin. Etymology: H for hour + HOUR * * * /aych oweur , ow euhr/, n. the time, usually unspecified, set for the beginning of a planned attack. [H (for hour) + HOUR; cf. D DAY] * * * Hˈ hour noun… …   Useful english dictionary

  • H-hour — Truppen der US Navy landen am D Day am Omaha Beach Der Begriff D Day bezeichnet im Englischen größtenteils den Stichtag militärischer Operationen. Ein vergleichbarer deutscher Begriff ist Tag X, im Französischen jour J. In vielen Sprachen steht… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • h hour — noun Usage: usually capitalized 1st H Etymology: h (II) (abbreviation for hour) : the hour set for launching a specific tactical operation compare d day, zero hour …   Useful english dictionary

  • H-hour — /aych oweur , ow euhr/, n. the time, usually unspecified, set for the beginning of a planned attack. [H (for hour) + HOUR; cf. D DAY] * * * …   Universalium

  • H-hour — noun the time of day at which an attack or other military operation is scheduled to begin. Origin First World War: from H (for hour) + hour …   English new terms dictionary

  • H-hour — seaborne assault landing hour; specific time an operation or exercise begins …   Military dictionary

  • H-hour — noun The hour at which any major event planned for the future is set to begin, as used in United States military …   Wiktionary

  • H-HOUR — (specific Hour Operation Commences) (Governmental » Military) …   Abbreviations dictionary

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