[hat-shep-soot] /hætˈʃɛp sut/
1495–75 b.c, queen of Egypt.
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.
[hat] /hæt/ noun 1. a shaped covering for the head, usually with a crown and brim, especially for wear outdoors. 2. Roman Catholic Church. verb (used with object), hatted, hatting. 3. to provide with a hat; put a hat on. Idioms 4. hat in hand, humbly; respectfully: He approached the boss, hat in hand. 5. […]