Haile

Haile (Ge'ez "the power of") may refer to:

People with the given name Haile
  • Haile Selassie of Ethiopia (1892–1975), Emperor of Ethiopia
  • Haile Gerima (born 1946), Ethiopian filmmaker
  • Haile Gebrselassie (born 1973), Ethiopian distance runner
  • Haile Yosadiq, warlord of the Zemene Mesafint
  • Haile Maryam, another warlord of the Zemene Mesafint, and father of Wube Haile Maryam
Other
  • Haile (robot), a robotic musician
Places
  • Haile, Cumbria, a place in Cumbria, England
  • Haile Homestead, a historic site in Florida, US
  • Haile Plantation, Florida

Other articles related to "haile":

Allied Leaders Of World War II - Empire of Ethiopia
... Haile Selassie I was the Emperor of Ethiopia from 1930 until 1974 ... Imru Haile Selassie Kassa Haile Darge Orde Wingate was a British Army Officer and commander of the Gideon Force during the East African Campaign ...
List Of United States Political Families (H) - The Hailes
... William Haile (1807–1876), New Hampshire State Senator 1854–1856, Governor of New Hampshire 1857–1859, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1860 ... Father of William Henry Haile ... William Henry Haile, Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts 1890–1893, candidate for Governor of Massachusetts 1892 ...
Sossina M. Haile - Life
... Haile's family fled Ethiopia during the coup in the mid-'70s, after soldiers arrested and nearly killed her historian father ... Before joining the Caltech faculty in 1996, Haile spent three years as an assistant professor at the University of Washington, Seattle ... Haile has received the NSF National Young Investigator Award (1994–99), Humboldt Fellowship (1992–93), Fulbright Fellowship (1991–92), and AT T Cooperative Research Fellowship (1986–92 ...
Haile (robot)
... Haile (pronounced Hi-lee) is a robot created at the Georgia Institute of Technology College of Computing programmed to listen to live musicians and accompany ... Haile's output is based on live-processing of the other musicians and not pre-recorded sequences ...