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5 Letter Words Starting with H – Wordle Guides

We have the complete list of all 5-letter words beginning with H to help you solve today's daily Wordle puzzle.

Wordle is the popular word puzzle game where players get six tries to figure out a hidden daily 5 letter word. It’s not always as easy as it might sound, and some days, the word is much more challenging than others. If you run out of ideas for which words to guess next and your Wordle clue starts with H, we have a list of words to help you out. Use these words if you’re stumped and need some ideas.

Words Starting with H

Below is a complete list of 5 letter words starting with the letter H. There are a total of 489 words, but we trimmed the list down to include only potential Wordle answers. The remaining list is 69 words long, which is much more manageable and increases your odds of picking a winner. Use any of these words in your daily Wordle puzzles if you need some ideas.

5-Letter Words Starting with H List

  • habit
  • hairy
  • halve
  • handy
  • happy
  • hardy
  • harem
  • harpy
  • harry
  • harsh
  • haste
  • hasty
  • hatch
  • hater
  • haunt
  • haute
  • haven
  • havoc
  • hazel
  • heady
  • heard
  • heart
  • heath
  • heave
  • heavy
  • hedge
  • hefty
  • heist
  • helix
  • hello
  • hence
  • heron
  • hilly
  • hinge
  • hippo
  • hippy
  • hitch
  • hoard
  • hobby
  • hoist
  • holly
  • homer
  • honey
  • honor
  • horde
  • horny
  • horse
  • hotel
  • hotly
  • hound
  • house
  • hovel
  • hover
  • howdy
  • human
  • humid
  • humor
  • humph
  • humus
  • hunch
  • hunky
  • hurry
  • husky
  • hussy
  • hutch
  • hydro
  • hyena
  • hymen
  • hyper

That is our complete list of all 5-letter words that start with H. These are all Wordle-compatible guesses, so, hopefully, you can get some good ideas and think of something to use for your next guess. For related content, word lists, and guides, you can check out our website’s Wordle section.

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