[hey-stee] /ˈheɪ sti/
adjective, hastier, hastiest.
moving or acting with ; speedy; quick; hurried.
made or done with or speed:
a hasty visit.
unduly quick; precipitate; rash:
a hasty decision.
brief; fleeting; slight; superficial:
a hasty glance.
impatient; impetuous; thoughtless; injudicious:
easily irritated or angered; irascible:
a hasty temper.
adjective -tier, -tiest
rapid; swift; quick
excessively or rashly quick
showing irritation or anger: hasty words
mid-14c., “speedy, quick,” by 1500s replacing or nativizing earlier hastif (c.1300) “eager, impetuous,” from Old French hastif “speedy, rapid; forward, advanced; rash, impetuous” (12c., Modern French hâtif), from haste (see haste). Meaning “requiring haste” is late 14c. (the sense in hasty pudding, 1590s, so called because it was made quickly); that of “rash” is from early 15c. Related: Hastiness. Old French also had a form hasti (for loss of terminal -f, cf. joli/jolif, etc.), which may have influenced the form of the English word.
The termination was doubtless from the first identified with native -i, -y, from OE -ig; and it is noticeable that the other Teutonic langs. have formed corresponding adjs. of that type: Du. haastig, Ger., Da., Sw. hastig. [OED]
noun 1. New England. cornmeal mush. 2. Chiefly British. a dish made of flour or oatmeal stirred into seasoned boiling water or milk and quickly cooked. noun 1. (Brit) a simple pudding made from milk thickened with tapioca, semolina, etc, and sweetened 2. (US) a mush of cornmeal, served with treacle sugar
uncovered, one of the Nethinim (Ezra 2:43; Neh. 7:46).
[hey-tuh-buh l] /ˈheɪ tə bəl/ adjective 1. . [hey-tuh-buh l] /ˈheɪ tə bəl/ adjective 1. meriting hatred or loathing.
verity, one of the eunuchs or chamberlains in the palace of Ahasuerus (Esther 4:5, 6, 9, 10).