What is helmet?

  • (noun): Armor plate that protects the head.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Helmet

A helmet is a form of protective gear worn on the head to protect it from injuries.

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Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen (toy Line) - Other Toys
... Optimus Prime Voice Changer Helmet - A re-release of the helmet from the 2007 film, but with some slight texture changes ... Bumblebee Voice Mixer Helmet - A new helmet featuring sound effects, battle phrases and the ability to change the user's voice into different music styles ...
Armor Of God - Pieces of Armor
... In the Biblical text of Ephesians chapter 6, there are 6 pieces of armor the helmet, shield, loins, feet, sword, and breastplate ... These pieces have a description of what they are helmet of salvation, shield of faith, loins girt with truth (belt of truth), feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace (peace ... Two of those articles, the helmet of Salvation and the breastplate of Righteousness, were lifted from the book of Isaiah ...
Conical Helmet
... The Conical helmet was a helmet worn by Illyrians, Veneti, Celts and many of the Ancient peoples of Italy ... The helmet sometimes had a plume but not always ...
Helmet, Virginia
... Helmet is an unincorporated community in King and Queen County, Virginia, United States. ...
Mitznefet (Israeli Military)
... The Mitznefet is a covering for the infantry helmet used by the Israeli Defense Forces as of 1994 ... It is considerably larger than the helmet, giving the impression of a militarised chef's hat ... The purpose of the floppy helmet cover is to break up the distinctive outline of a helmeted head and thus assist in the camouflage of the wearer ...

More definitions of "helmet":

  • (noun): A protective headgear made of hard material to resist blows.

Famous quotes containing the word helmet:

    It’s very hot,
    And weighs a lot,
    As many a guardsman knows,
    So off that helmet goes.
    Sir William Schwenck Gilbert (1836–1911)

    Saul clothed David with his armor; he put a bronze helmet on his head and clothed him with a coat of mail. David strapped Saul’s sword over the armor, and he tried in vain to walk, for he was not used to them.
    Bible: Hebrew, 1 Samuel 17:38-39.

    Saul was very tall.

    She left the web, she left the loom,
    She made three paces through the room,
    She saw the water-lily bloom,
    She saw the helmet and the plume,
    She looked down to Camelot.
    Out flew the web and floated wide;
    The mirror cracked from side to side;
    “The curse is come upon me,” cried
    The Lady of Shalott.
    Alfred Tennyson (1809–1892)