1. without this game most guys would spend most of their time masturbating
2. code word: group, all male, masturbating.
3. electronic circle jerk, multiguy mission.
1. Pedro, come over we're gonna play Halo.
--Okay I'll bring the tissues.
作者 Yessel 2005年1月17日
n. 1. GAME The best and most popular x-box game. Made by Bungie.
2. RELIGIOUS OBJECT a glowing ring of light surrounding Bible-era religious figures. 3. MILITARY A high altitude/low opening parachute jump, where a jumper exits the plane at around 30,000 feet and opens at around 1,000.
Let's go play Halo for 7 hours at a sleepover!

Your halos are glowing so brightly we won't need the lamps, that's very nice.

Richard Marcinko pulled a textbook HALO jump yesterday.
作者 Dev 2003年7月21日
1) bright glowing ring above the head of religious figures
2)a game for xbox and later PC made by bungie; considered by some to be the best game available on xbox
3) military parachute jump (hi altitude, low opening)
master chief jumping from a plane with a ring above his head would satisfy all three
作者 sir PEACH 2004年6月15日
High Altitude Low Opening.
Commonly used by British SAS army forces to enter hostile or unfriendly territories.
作者 Diego 2003年7月08日
1.a religous circular object above ones head

2.a religous circular object put into an xbox
tim:did you kno god had a halo

me:no shit he had halo its the best game ever
作者 Nick Schuler 2007年6月19日
A religious symbol ussually associated with the Bible and commonly used in paintings in the medieval era of saints etc.
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A First Person Shooter for Xbox with an strong storyline, amusing physics, great multiplayer, and great controls. Slightly overrated.
The young girls heart was so pure you could practically see a halo over her head.

Halo, beer, and 16 people.
作者 Takun 2004年6月26日
In military it is an abbreviation for High Altitude-Low Opening. In terms of a para-jump special forces do it to avoid detection. Soldiers are dropped from a high altitude like 10,000 ft and freefall until they reach about 500 ft or below
作者 Anonymous 2003年2月11日

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