[hey-mahr-kit] /ˈheɪˌmɑr kɪt/
a famous London market 1644–1830.
a street in London, site of this market, known for its theaters.
a playhouse erected in London in 1720 and still in use.
noun 1. a square in Chicago: scene of a riot (Haymarket Riot) in 1886 between police and labor unionists.
[hey-mou] /ˈheɪˌmaʊ/ noun 1. stored in a barn. 2. . /ˈheɪˌmaʊ/ noun 1. a part of a barn where hay is stored 2. a quantity of hay stored in a barn or loft
[heynz] /heɪnz/ noun 1. Elwood [el-woo d] /ˈɛlˌwʊd/ (Show IPA), 1857–1925, U.S. inventor.
- Hay-Pauncefote Treaty
[hey-pawns-foo t] /ˈheɪˈpɔns fʊt/ noun 1. an agreement (1901) between the U.S. and Great Britain giving the U.S. the sole right to build a canal across Central America connecting the Atlantic and Pacific.