Crossword clues for human
- Type of corporate resources
- To err is ___
- Sentient being
- One who errs
- One of the primates
- Like you or me
- Like some rights
- Like one who errs?
- Animal kingdom ruler
- __ being (person)
- Word with interest and error
- Word before race or right
- What "to err" is
- The "H" of HR
- Spock, in part
- Sixth word in the Declaration of Independence
- Proverbial error-maker
- Prone to error
- Part of a race that includes Sophocles, Guy Fieri, and Indira Gandhi
- Most dangerous animal on Earth, many say
- Morris's naked ape
- Likely to err, eventually?
- Like the upper body of a centaur
- Like Spock's mother
- Like half of Spock's ancestry
- Kind of nature
- Kind of dynamo
- Fallible — person
- Error-prone, so they say
- Earth dweller
- Capable of mistakes
- Capable of error
- Being of our species
- All too fallible
- Alien's foe, in B-movies
- "To err is __ . . ."
- "Planet of the Apes" captive
- "Of ___ Bondage"
- "An ingenious assembly of portable plumbing": Morley
- "Almost ___" (new Karl Urban TV series)
- '08 Killers "Day & Age" hit
- ''To err is ___ ...''
- ___ condition
- ___ cannonball
- ___ being (person)
- __ resources
- High rung on the evolutionary ladder
- Capable of making mistakes
- Kind of cannonball
- Any of us
- Stifled laughs
- ___ nature
- What "to err is"
- Any living or extinct member of the family Hominidae
- Not perfect
- One of us
- Maugham's "Of ___ Bondage"
- Mistake maker
- A biped
- Person, ... being
- Anthropoid's cousin
- Not quite angelic
- Homo sapiens member
- Rarity on the other end of a help line, nowadays
- "The ___ Comedy": Saroyan
- Man, woman or child
- Continuous low sound, a note for one of us
- Considerate of Attila, say, protecting mother?
- Characteristic of people
- Sound of activity leading to a new person
- Smell article relating to a person
- Smell an earthling
- Person creating a stink with article
- Buzzword for one thing that bosses and workers all are
- Being that's apt to err?
- Individual involved with soldier can become malnourished
- Kind of race
- Tailless primate
- A person
- Like Homo sapiens
- You or me
- Man or woman
- Of mankind
- "To err is __"
- "Star Trek" race
- Like you and I
- Like one who errs, so they say
- "To err is ___"
- You, for one
- Word with resources or cannonball
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Human \Hu"man\, a. [L. humanus; akin to homo man: cf. F. humain. See Homage, and cf. Humane, Omber.] Belonging to man or mankind; having the qualities or attributes of a man; of or pertaining to man or to the race of man; as, a human voice; human shape; human nature; human sacrifices.
To err is human; to forgive, divine.
Human \Hu"man\, n. A human being. [Colloq.]
Sprung of humans that inhabit earth.
We humans often find ourselves in strange position.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
mid-15c., humain, humaigne, from Old French humain, umain (adj.) "of or belonging to man" (12c.), from Latin humanus "of man, human," also "humane, philanthropic, kind, gentle, polite; learned, refined, civilized," probably related to homo (genitive hominis) "man" (see homunculus) and to humus "earth," on notion of "earthly beings," as opposed to the gods (compare Hebrew adam "man," from adamah "ground"). Cognate with Old Lithuanian zmuo (accusative zmuni) "man, male person."\n
\nAs a noun, from 1530s. Its Old English cognate guma (from Proto-Germanic *guman-) survives only in disguise in bridegroom. Related: Humanness. Human rights attested by 1680s; human being by 1690s. Human relations is from 1916; human resources attested by 1907, American English, apparently originally among social Christians and drawn from natural resources.
(context notcomp English) Of or belonging to the species ''Homo sapiens'' or its closest relatives. n. A human being, whether man, woman or child. v
(lb en rare) To behave as or become, or to cause to behave as or become, a human.
adj. characteristic of humanity; "human nature"
relating to a person; "the experiment was conducted on 6 monkeys and 2 human subjects"
having human form or attributes as opposed to those of animals or divine beings; "human beings"; "the human body"; "human kindness"; "human frailty" [ant: nonhuman]
Human is a death metal band from Christchurch, New Zealand. It was originally formed on 8 March 1992 by brothers Paul and Scott Harrison (on drums and guitars respectively), and vocalist / guitarist Nathan Ballard, with bassist Vaughn Richardson fleshing out the line up in May that same year.
The band entered Nga Matuaka Studios in May and recorded a 3 track demo cassette titled "Organ Splatters" which was distributed freely throughout the heavy metal underground / tape swapping networks around at the time. The band later appeared on a September 1992 addition of New Zealand's 60 Minutes programme on the Television 3 network as part of a documentary that focused on suicide and depression, and the connection to heavy metal music.
The band went on to tour and record many times over in the years to follow, and despite some line up changes, the band continues today.
Humans are the only living members of the genus Homo. Human may also refer to:
Human is the fourth studio album by American Death metal band Death, released on October 22, 1991 by Relativity Records. The album marked the beginning of a major stylistic change for Death, being more technically complex and progressive than the band's previous efforts. The lyrics are more introspective when compared to the gore-based lyrics of Scream Bloody Gore and Leprosy or the social commentary on Spiritual Healing. This new style would continue to evolve on all following Death albums. This is the only album to feature guitarist Paul Masvidal, drummer Sean Reinert and the first to feature bassist Steve DiGiorgio.
Bass player Steve DiGiorgio left after the recording of this album (though he would later return to record Individual Thought Patterns). He was replaced by Skott Carino, who toured with the band in 1991 and 1992. Carino also recorded the first half of bass on "Cosmic Sea", and the rest of the song (including the bass solo) was recorded by DiGiorgio. The album also features guitarist Paul Masvidal and drummer Sean Reinert, both of the bands Æon Spoke and fellow technical death metal pioneers Cynic.
In 2011, Relapse Records and Perseverance Holdings Ltd. re-issued the album to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the original release. This edition was remixed by Jim Morris of Morrisound Recording Studios, includes bonus tracks, and was authorized by Schuldiner intellectual property lawyer Eric Greif. Greif stated that it was necessary to remix the album since "unbelievably Sony lost the original tape of the album mixes and any attempt to remaster from a CD would be a ripoff".
Human is a studio album released by Rod Stewart on 12 March 2001 (see 2001 in music). It was Stewart's nineteenth studio album and first, and only release, on Atlantic Records (Atlantic 7567-83411-2), a sister label to his previous label Warner Bros. Records.
It produced the singles "Run Back Into Your Arms", "I Can't Deny It", and "Don't Come Around Here". "I Can't Deny It" became a moderate hit and the album was certified gold by the British Phonographic Industry.
Modern humans ( Homo sapiens, primarily ssp. Homo sapiens sapiens) are the only extant members of Hominina clade (or human clade), a branch of the taxonomical tribe Hominini belonging to the family of great apes. They are characterized by erect posture and bipedal locomotion; manual dexterity and increased tool use, compared to other animals; and a general trend toward larger, more complex brains and societies.
Early hominins—particularly the australopithecines, whose brains and anatomy are in many ways more similar to ancestral non-human apes—are less often referred to as "human" than hominins of the genus Homo. Several of these hominins used fire, occupied much of Eurasia, and gave rise to anatomically modern Homo sapiens in Africa about 200,000 years ago. They began to exhibit evidence of behavioral modernity around 50,000 years ago. In several waves of migration, anatomically modern humans ventured out of Africa and populated most of the world.
The spread of humans and their large and increasing population has had a profound impact on large areas of the environment and millions of native species worldwide. Advantages that explain this evolutionary success include a relatively larger brain with a particularly well-developed neocortex, prefrontal cortex and temporal lobes, which enable high levels of abstract reasoning, language, problem solving, sociality, and culture through social learning. Humans use tools to a much higher degree than any other animal, are the only extant species known to build fires and cook their food, and are the only extant species to clothe themselves and create and use numerous other technologies and arts.
Humans are uniquely adept at utilizing systems of symbolic communication (such as language and art) for self-expression and the exchange of ideas, and for organizing themselves into purposeful groups. Humans create complex social structures composed of many cooperating and competing groups, from families and kinship networks to political states. Social interactions between humans have established an extremely wide variety of values, social norms, and rituals, which together form the basis of human society. Curiosity and the human desire to understand and influence the environment and to explain and manipulate phenomena (or events) has provided the foundation for developing science, philosophy, mythology, religion, anthropology, and numerous other fields of knowledge.
Though most of human existence has been sustained by hunting and gathering in band societies, increasing numbers of human societies began to practice sedentary agriculture approximately some 10,000 years ago, domesticating plants and animals, thus allowing for the growth of civilization. These human societies subsequently expanded in size, establishing various forms of government, religion, and culture around the world, unifying people within regions to form states and empires. The rapid advancement of scientific and medical understanding in the 19th and 20th centuries led to the development of fuel-driven technologies and increased lifespans, causing the human population to rise exponentially. By February 2016, the United States Census Bureau had estimated that the global human population had exceeded 7.3 billion.
"Human" is an electronic song performed by British group Goldfrapp. The song was written by the group with members of Startled Insects' (Tim Norfolk and Bob Locke), and produced by Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory for the duo's debut album Felt Mountain (2000). "Human" is the only track on Felt Mountain with additional songwriters. It was released as the album's third single on 26 February 2001. A sample of Human was used as the basis of the beat for "Freestyle 4" on Kanye West's album The Life of Pablo.
"Human" is the fourth single released by Canadian pop rock singer Skye Sweetnam. The song is the lead single released by Sweetnam off of her second album Sound Soldier. The song was produced by production group The Matrix.
Human is a Cantonese album by the singer Leo Ku, released in August 2006. The song "Never Too Late" earned Ku eighteen awards between the year 2006 and 2007. The song was based on the true story of one of his friends, who worked too hard and neglected the people around him until it was too late. Ku worked with the lyricist Albert Leung , to remind everyone to not work so hard and miss out everything in life.
Human is a surname of German and English origin which is particularly common in South Africa, the United States and Australia, and may refer to:
- John Human (born 1912), English cricketer
- Roger Human (born 1909), English cricketer
- Shirene Human (born 1980), South African figure skater
- Daan Human (born 1976), South African rugby union footballer
- Kost Human, South African rugby league footballer
"Human" is the fourteenth episode of military science fiction television series Stargate Universe. The episode originally aired on April 23, 2010 on Syfy in the United States, and on SPACE in Canada. The episode was directed by series creator, Robert C. Cooper and was written by Jeff Vlaming. The episode focuses on Dr. Rush working on modifying the chair interface, so that he can use it in an attempt to gain access to the master code while replaying the memories during his wife's dying days. The episode was viewed by 1.3 million Americans and was generally well received.
Humans are a race available for player characters in the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy roleplaying game. Although short-lived by comparison, humans are the most populous of all Dungeons & Dragons races. They are renowned for their diversity and ambition, and although they lack specializations like other races, they can excel in many areas. Subspecies of humans include the planetouched aasimar, genasi, and tieflings, as well as Vashar, the human equivalent of drow.
Human is a 1995 instrumental album released by British musician Gary Numan and music producer Michael R. Smith. It consists of 36 tracks from the 75 that had been written, but were largely unused, for the low-budget 1991 horror/science-fiction movie The Unborn. Numan recorded the music when he was signed with IRS Records, but that label refused to release it (ironically, in 1988, IRS asked Numan to record an instrumental album to be titled No Speak). In his autobiography, Numan described how the Unborn project came about:
Numan and Smith's music for The Unborn, written in early 1991, was later released as the album Human in 1995, through Numan's label Numa Records (it was the last commercially available release from Numa; Numan subsequently signed with Eagle Records in 1997).
Numan has described Human as "an hour-long collection of musical ideas, each with a specific mood or atmosphere in mind, not a conventional instrumental album."
Parts of some of the tracks have subsequently been used in later work by Numan. "A Little Lost Soul" is a semi-instrumental version of the Outland track "Soul Protection"; "Embryo" became the Sacrifice track "The Seed of a Lie"; "Big Alien" and "Mother" are instrumental versions of the Outland track "Heart"; "Tidal Wave" became the Outland track "From Russia Infected"; and "Needles" became the Sacrifice track "Pray".
Human is the fifth studio album by American recording artist Brandy, first released in France in December 2008 and by March 2009 in most international music markets. Distributed by Koch Records and Sony Music, the album marked Norwood's debut on the Epic Records label, following her split with Atlantic Records in 2005, and her reunion with long-time contributor and mentor Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, who wrote and executive produced most of the album with his songwriting collective.
Generally well received by critics, Human debuted at number fifteen on the US Billboard 200 with opening week sales of 73,000 copies, becoming Brandy's lowest-charting debut since her first album fourteen years prior. With a domestic sales total of 214,000 copies, it widely failed to revive the success of its predecessors. While leading single " Right Here (Departed)" scored Norwood her biggest chart success since 2002's " Full Moon," the album failed to impact elsewhere, resulting in lackluster sales in general and the release of just one other single, " Long Distance."
In mid-2009 during the recording sessions for Norwood's second album with Epic Records, Brandy ended her management contract with Roc Nation. This was followed by the termination of her contract with Epic, after singer-songwriter Amanda Ghost was appointed the new president of the label. Disappointed by its performance, Norwood later expressed her dislike of the album itself.
"Human" is a song by American rock band the Killers. Written and produced by the band members and co-produced by Stuart Price, it was released as the first single from their third studio album Day & Age (2009).
"Human" has received generally positive feedback from music critics, praising the composition, the musical influences, and the production. It became the third song by the band to enter the top 5 of the UK Singles Chart. It was their first top ten hit in the Netherlands (peaking at number 2). The song was released on a 7-inch picture disc throughout the world on various dates in November, with a B-side entitled "A Crippling Blow".
Human is the extended play project by CuttyStang Records artist Rachael Lampa, released in 2010.
'Human ' is a 1976 Mexican drama film. It was directed by Gustavo Alatriste. The film was made in England in 1971, but it wasn't until July 1976 that it was released.
Human is the debut EP released by singer-songwriter Darren Criss. Criss independently produced the EP and it was released digitally on July 20th, 2010. The EP reached No. 17 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers. As of April 2013, the EP has sold 27,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielson SoundScan.
"Human" is a song by American singer-songwriter Christina Perri. The song was written by Perri and Martin Johnson, who also produced the song. It was released on November 18, 2013, and is the lead single from Perri's second studio album, Head or Heart (2014). Released to generally positive reviews, "Human" has since become a Top 10 Adult Pop hit in the United States, as well as her third top 40 entry on the Billboard Hot 100.
Human is the debut studio album released by Northern Irish musician Max Cooper on March 10, 2014 through Fields Records. It features vocal contributions by Kathrin deBoer and Braids.
Human is the debut album by American hard rock band Projected. It was released on September 18, 2012. Initially envisioned as a solo project by founder John Connolly, the project eventually grew into a full-fledged band involving a number of musicians that he had intentions of working with, namely Scott Phillips of Creed and Alter Bridge, and Eric Friedman of Submersed. The album received generally positive reception but limited public exposure, as little promotion of the album in the way of touring was possible due to members' commitments to their respective bands.
Human is the eleventh studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Masaharu Fukuyama. It was released on April 2, 2014 through Universal Music Japan. The cover jacket of the album is the image of Fukuyama's brain as seen on an MRI scan. The album reached number 1 on the Oricon albums chart and has been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ).
The single's artwork was one of the fifty works entered into the shortlist for the 2015 Music Jacket Award committee.
' Human ' is the fifth studio album from Canadian rock band Three Days Grace. The album was released on March 31, 2015 through RCA Records. This is the group's first album not to feature former vocalist Adam Gontier, who was replaced by Matt Walst in 2014. It debuted at No. 16 on the '' Billboard 200.
Human is the fourth studio album by American rapper Joell Ortiz. The album is entirely produced by Illmind. The album was released on July 17, 2015, by Roseville Music Group and Yaowa! Nation.
Human is a 2015 documentary by French environmentalist Yann Arthus-Bertrand. The film is almost entirely composed of exclusive aerial footage and first-person stories told into the camera. It was the first movie to premiere in the General Assembly Hall of the United Nations, to an audience of 1,000 viewers, including the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
The film was financed by the Bettencourt Schueller Foundation, which gave it rights-free to the GoodPlanet Foundation, responsible for driving the project. An extended version of the film is officially freely available on YouTube (in three parts).
"Human" is a song by Swedish singer Oscar Zia. It was released on 28 February 2016 as a digital download in Sweden. The song was written and composed by Oscar Zia along with Victor Thell and Maria Smith. It placed second in the final of Melodifestivalen 2016.
Usage examples of "human".
CHAPTER XLIX LAETITIA AND SIR WILLOUGHBY We cannot be abettors of the tribes of imps whose revelry is in the frailties of our poor human constitution.
With the exception of Harry Keeler, who posed a direct threat to the Abiders, he had yet to see or hear of an Interloper killing a human being.
In response to his gesture, eyes now fully formed and ablaze, the two clouds of sooty vapor that had been hovering impatiently by his steel-booted feet ballooned to the size of black buffalo as they sped gleefully away from the dais to intercept the impudent, foolhardy human.
In many of his contemporaries also much the same fluctuation of mood was occurring, and to them as to Paul it seemed that the issue lay between the old faith, however modernized, and the complete abnegation of human dignity.
On this now leaped and twisted a more indescribable horde of human abnormality than any but a Sime or an Angarola could paint.
The scene I cannot describe--I should faint if I tried it, for there is madness in a room full of classified charnel things, with blood and lesser human debris almost ankle-deep on the slimy floor, and with hideous reptilian abnormalities sprouting, bubbling, and baking over a winking bluish-green spectre of dim flame in a far corner of black shadows.
The third and fourth humans on the island had tried to find their privacy as far from the abo village and the tunnel pool as possible.
She often returned home pale and silent, having reached the uttermost depths of human abomination, and never daring to say all.
But no human being loved the aborigines more, nor stood ready to lay down her life for them if it were necessary.
Archimages have included shielding aborigines who were in danger of being exterminated by hostile humans, and collecting and disposing of dangerous or inappropriate artifacts of the Vanished Ones that turned up in the ancient ruined cities.
Leafy green vegetables are the most absorbable form of calcium for both cows and humans.
The gap between what was human, with this smart, caring woman, and what was inhuman, with the gomers and the abusers, became too much.
It was not at the agonized contortions and posturing of the wretched boy that he was shocked, but at the cosmic obscenity of these beings which could drag to light the abysmal secrets that sleep in the unfathomed darkness of the human soul, and find pleasure in the brazen flaunting of such things as should not be hinted at, even in restless nightmares.
It goes on just about every personnel form he fills out, lots of people in the company have access to it -human resources, payroll, and, obviously, the outside travel agency.
If a man were called to fix the period in the history of the world, during which the condition of the human race was most happy and prosperous, he would, without hesitation, name that which elapsed from the death of Domitian to the accession of Commodus.