Slang a person who is noisy, wild, reckless, etc.
Origin of hellerhell (intransitive verb) + -er
- Historical a German copper coin or an Austrian bronze coin
- Eng. var. of haler or halier
Origin of hellerGerman from Middle High German haller, short for Haller pfenninc, penny of Hall: first coined (c. 1208) at Hall, Swabia
One who behaves recklessly or wildly.
Origin of hellerFrom hell