The branch of knowledge that studies the past; the assessment of notable events. (noun)
A set of events involving an entity. (noun)
A record or narrative description of past events. (noun)
The list of past and continuing medical conditions of an individual or family. (noun)
A record of previous user events; specifically, a browser history, a history of visited Web pages. (noun)
Something that no longer exists or is no longer relevant. (noun)
To narrate or record. (verb)
Examples of word history
Collingwood arrives at the claim that history is the study of mind by reflecting on what we mean when we use the word Ëœhistoryâ„¢.
The form differs from the content, _history_ differs from the _reality_ of which it is the history, and morality is more than the story of its vicissitudes, of its gradual, painful development from the pre-historic times to our own.
That _history_ and _argument_ are so rejected by all parties affecting to be _reformed_ churches, will appear from the following citations from their own authoritative judicial declarations: "Authentic history and sound argument are always to be highly valued; but they should not be incorporated with the confession of the Church's faith."
Bismarck had pondered over the lessons of history, because, as he said, _history teaches one how far one may safely go_.
Everything is seen to be an antiquity, with a history behind it -- a _natural history_, which enables us to understand in some measure how it has come to be as it is.