[hahy-doo k] /ˈhaɪ dʊk/
one of a class of mercenary soldiers in 16th-century Hungary.
an outlaw who engaged in brigandage and irregular warfare against the Turks in the Slavic regions of the Ottoman Empire.
a male servant or attendant dressed in semimilitary Hungarian costume.
a rural brigand in the European part of the Ottoman Empire
[hahy-fuh] /ˈhaɪ fə/ noun 1. a seaport in NW Israel. /ˈhaɪfə/ noun 1. a port in NW Israel, near Mount Carmel, on the Bay of Acre: Israel’s chief port, with an oil refinery and other heavy industry. Pop: 269 400 (2003 est)
[heyg] /heɪg/ noun 1. Douglas, 1st Earl, 1861–1928, British field marshal: commander in chief of the British forces in France 1915–18. /heɪɡ/ noun 1. Douglas, 1st Earl Haig. 1861–1928, British field marshal; commander in chief of the British forces in France and Flanders (1915–18)
[hahyk, heyk] /haɪk, heɪk/ noun 1. an oblong cloth used as an outer garment by the Arabs. /haɪk; heɪk/ noun 1. an Arab’s outer garment of cotton, wool, or silk, for the head and body
[heyt-ash-ber-ee, -buh-ree] /ˈheɪtˈæʃ bɛr i, -bə ri/ noun 1. a district of San Francisco, in the central part of the city: a center for hippies and the drug culture in the 1960s.