an officer having charge of hedges and fences around a town common, especially to keep cattle from breaking through and to impound stray cattle.
[hey-werd] /ˈheɪ wərd/
Leland, 1902–71, U.S. theatrical producer.
a city in central California, SE of Oakland.
(Brit, obsolete) a parish officer in charge of enclosures and fences
proper name, from Old English hege-weard “guardian of the fence/hedge.” His original duties seem to have been protecting the fences around the Lammas lands, when enclosed, to prevent cattle from breaking in while the crops grew.
[hey-wahyuh r] /ˈheɪˌwaɪər/ noun 1. used to bind bales of . adjective, Informal. 2. in disorder: The town is haywire because of the bus strike. 3. out of control; disordered; crazy: The car went haywire. He’s been haywire since he got the bad news. /ˈheɪˌwaɪə/ adjective (postpositive) (informal) 1. (of things) not functioning properly; disorganized […]
[hey-wurth] /ˈheɪ wɜrθ/ noun 1. Rita (Margarita Carmen Cansino) 1918–87, U.S. dancer and actress.
whom God beholds, an officer of Ben-hadad II., king of Syria, who ultimately came to the throne, according to the word of the Lord to Elijah (1 Kings 19:15), after he had put the king to death (2 Kings 8:15). His interview with Elisha is mentioned in 2 Kings 8. The Assyrians soon after his […]
[Sephardic Hebrew khah-zahn; Ashkenazic Hebrew khah-zuh n] /Sephardic Hebrew xɑˈzɑn; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈxɑ zən/ noun, plural hazanim [Sephardic Hebrew khah-zah-neem; Ashkenazic Hebrew khah-zaw-nim] /Sephardic Hebrew xɑ zɑˈnim; Ashkenazic Hebrew xɑˈzɔ nɪm/ (Show IPA). English, hazans. Hebrew. 1. a cantor of a synagogue. /xaˈzan; English ˈhɑːzən/ noun 1. variant spellings of chazan