[hahy-mahyn-did] /ˈhaɪˈmaɪn dɪd/
having or showing high, exalted principles or feelings.
having or characterized by high moral principles
(archaic) arrogant; haughty
c.1500, “arrogant;” 1550s, “morally lofty,” from high (adj.) + minded. Related: High-mindedness.
- High moby
/hi:’ mohb’ee/ The high half of a 512K PDP-10’s physical address space; the other half was of course the low moby. This usage has been generalised in a way that has outlasted the PDP-10; for example, at the 1990 Washington D.C. Area Science Fiction Conclave (Disclave), when a miscommunication resulted in two separate wakes being […]
[hahy-muhk-uh-muhk, -muhk-uh-muhk] /ˈhaɪˌmʌk əˈmʌk, -ˈmʌk əˌmʌk/ noun 1. an important, influential, or high-ranking person, especially one who is pompous or conceited. noun 1. a conceited or haughty person
[hahy-nekt] /ˈhaɪˈnɛkt/ adjective 1. (of a garment) high at the neck.
[hahy-nis] /ˈhaɪ nɪs/ noun 1. the quality or state of being ; loftiness. 2. (initial capital letter) a title of honor given to members of a royal family (usually preceded by His, Her, Your, etc.). /ˈhaɪnɪs/ noun 1. the condition of being high or lofty /ˈhaɪnɪs/ noun 1. preceded by Your, His, or Her. a […]