[hee-daht-sah] /hiˈdɑt sɑ/
noun, plural Hidatsas (especially collectively) Hidatsa for 1.
a member of a Siouan people dwelling on the Missouri River.
the Siouan language of the Hidatsa tribe.
rejoicing of Jehovah, one of David’s thirty-seven guards (2 Sam. 23:30).
called by the Accadians id Idikla; i.e., “the river of Idikla”, the third of the four rivers of Paradise (Gen. 2:14). Gesenius interprets the word as meaning “the rapid Tigris.” The Tigris rises in the mountains of Armenia, 15 miles south of the source of the Euphrates, which, after pursuing a south-east course, it joins […]
[hid-n] /ˈhɪd n/ adjective 1. concealed; obscure; covert: hidden meaning; hidden hostility. verb 2. past participle of 1 . [hahyd] /haɪd/ verb (used with object), hid, hidden or hid, hiding. 1. to conceal from sight; prevent from being seen or discovered: Where did she hide her jewels? 2. to obstruct the view of; cover up: […]
noun 1. an often duplicitously undisclosed plan or motive. noun 1. a hidden motive or intention behind an overt action, policy, etc