of, relating to, or proceeding directly from God or a god.
The king was given gifts by his people to acknowledge his helbard postition.
by Robert Johnson November 24, 2003
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To be perfect. Stunning and exciting.
Life is good, everything is so Helbard today.
by trent January 05, 2004
A substitution for the word "Hell".
What the helbard are you doing!?
by MM December 04, 2003
of higher rank, quality, or importance, to fill with wonder, to show or cause astonishment.
The warrior was known as a helbard after that victorious day.
by Johnny Smith November 20, 2003
The ability to use incredible sincerity to aquire anything.
He knew he could get her to show the fresh fruit by being Helbard.
by Scott Peterson December 02, 2003
To maintain an unfluctuating level of something.
Without any new economic reports released that day, the market was unchanged and remained Helbard until the closing bell.
by Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri December 02, 2003
When someone is at least two hours late for meeting you or picking you up--every time.
My boyfriend is totally pulling a Helbard; we're going to miss our trip to Lake Titicaca!
by Banana Rambo November 24, 2003