A person who receives or entertains other people as guests
A large number of people or things
The bread consecrated in the Eucharist
An eastern Asian plant cultivated in the West for its shade-tolerant foliage and loose clusters of tubular mauve or white flowers
the host greeted the guests
a host of memories
Designating a dinner, bar, etc., at which guests are required to pay for their own food or drink.
A literary or biblical term for the angels
A country that holds a sporting or cultural event to which others are invited
An organism that supports the adult or sexually reproductive form of a parasite
An organism that supports the immature or nonreproductive forms of a parasite
A person who hosts the discussion on a radio talk show.
A joint host
A living cell in which a virus multiplies
A computer that mediates multiple access to databases mounted on it or provides other services to a computer network