Host

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Host (masculine) and hostess (feminine) most often refer to a person responsible for guests at an event or providing hospitality during it.

Host may also refer to:

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Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

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Computing and technology[edit]

Groups or formations[edit]

  • Cossack host, an organic and administrative subdivision of Cossacks in Imperial Russia; host names reflected location or origin
  • Furious Host or the Wild Hunt, a European folk myth
  • Host, a great number; multitude
  • Host, an archaic military term for an army

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Science[edit]

  • Host (biology), an organism harboring another organism or organisms on or in itself
  • Host (psychology), personality as emphasized in treating dissociative identity disorder

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