[hey-trid] /ˈheɪ trɪd/
the feeling of one who ; intense dislike or extreme aversion or hostility.
a feeling of intense dislike; enmity
early 13c., from hate + rare suffix -red, from Old English ræden “state, condition,” related to verb rædan “to advise, discuss, rule, read, guess.” See read (v.) and cf. second element of kindred and proper names Æþelræd and Alfred.
among the works of the flesh (Gal. 5:20). Altogether different is the meaning of the word in Deut. 21:15; Matt. 6:24; Luke 14:26; Rom. 9:13, where it denotes only a less degree of love.
[hat-shep-soot] /hætˈʃɛp sut/ noun 1. 1495–75 b.c, queen of Egypt. /hætˈʃɛpsuːt/ noun 1. queen of Egypt of the l8th dynasty (?1512–1482 bc). She built a great mortuary temple at Deir el Bahri near Thebes
- Hats off to
Congratulations to, as in Hats off to Claire! She’s set a new record for the mile. This expression alludes to taking off one’s hat as a sign of respect. [ Mid-1800s ]
- Hat stand
noun 1. a frame or pole equipped with hooks or arms for hanging up hats, coats, etc
[hat-uh] /ˈhæt ə/ noun 1. Mohammed, 1902–1980, Indonesian political leader: vice president of the Republic of Indonesia 1945–49, 1950–56; prime minister 1948, 1949–50.