[has-uh k] /ˈhæs ək/
a thick, firm cushion used as a footstool or for kneeling.
a rank tuft of coarse grass or sedge, as in a bog.
a firm upholstered cushion used for kneeling on, esp in church
a thick clump of grass
Old English hassuc “clump of grass, coarse grass,” of unknown origin. Sense of “thick cushion” is first recorded 1510s, with the likely connection being the perceived similarity of a kneeling cushion and a tuft of grass.
[hast] /hæst/ verb, Archaic. 1. 2nd person singular present indicative of . [hav; unstressed huh v, uh v; for 26 usually haf] /hæv; unstressed həv, əv; for 26 usually hæf/ verb (used with object), present singular 1st person have, 2nd have or (Archaic) hast, 3rd has or (Archaic) hath, present plural have; past singular 1st […]
[ahs-tah lah vees-tah; English hah-stuh luh vee-stuh] /ˈɑs tɑ lɑ ˈvis tɑ; English ˈhɑ stə lə ˈvi stə/ interjection, Spanish. 1. until I see you; until we meet; so long. noun good bye Word Origin Spanish Spanish, literally “until the meeting (again),” salutation in parting.
[ahs-tah lwe-gaw; English hah-stuh loo-ey-goh] /ˈɑs tɑ ˈlwɛ gɔ; English ˈhɑ stə luˈeɪ goʊ/ interjection, Spanish. 1. see you later; so long. Spanish, literally “until soon;” salutation in parting.
[ahs-tah mah-nyah-nah; English hah-stuh muh n-yah-nuh] /ˈɑs tɑ mɑˈnyɑ nɑ; English ˈhɑ stə mənˈyɑ nə/ interjection, Spanish. 1. see you tomorrow.