[hash-eesh, -ish, ha-sheesh, hah-] /ˈhæʃ iʃ, -ɪʃ, hæˈʃiʃ, hɑ-/
the flowering tops and leaves of Indian hemp smoked, chewed, or drunk as a narcotic and intoxicant.
the dried resinous exudate of the flowering tops of this plant, containing larger amounts of the active ingredient.
a purified resinous extract of the dried flower tops of the female hemp plant, used as a hallucinogenic See also cannabis
any hallucinogenic substance prepared from this resin
1590s, from Arabic hashish “powdered hemp,” literally “dry herb,” from hashsha “it became dry, it dried up.”
hashish hash·ish (hāsh’ēsh’, -ĭsh, hā-shēsh’, hä-)
A purified resin prepared from the flowering tops of the female cannabis plant and smoked or chewed as a narcotic or an intoxicant.
/hɑˈʃɛm/ noun 1. (Judaism) a periphrastic way of referring to God in contexts other than prayer, scriptural reading, etc because the name itself is considered too holy for such use
[hash-uh-mahyt] /ˈhæʃ əˌmaɪt/ noun 1. official name of . /ˈhæʃɪˌmaɪt/ noun 1. the official name of Jordan1
[hash-er] /ˈhæʃ ər/ noun, Slang. 1. a waiter or waitress, especially in a . noun
noun A restaurant or lunch counter, esp a small or cheap place: We’ll inhale a few hamburgers at some fashionable hashery (1870+)