the objective case of he, used as a direct or indirect object:
I’ll see him tomorrow. Give him the message.
Informal. (used instead of the pronoun he in the predicate after the verb to be):
It’s him. It isn’t him.
Informal. (used instead of the pronoun his before a gerund):
We were surprised by him wanting to leave.
Informal. a male:
Is the new baby a her or a him?
a former name of Homs
/hɪm; unstressed ɪm/
refers to a male person or animal: they needed him, she baked him a cake, not him again!
(mainly US) a dialect word for himself he ought to find him a wife
His (or Her) Imperial Majesty
Old English him, originally dative masculine and neuter of he; beginning 10c. it replaced hine as masculine accusative, a regional process completed by 15c. The dative roots of the -m ending are retained in German (ihm) and Dutch (hem). Hine persists, barely, as the southern England dialectal ‘un, ‘n for “him.”
Her (or His) Imperial Majesty
[him-ler; German him-luh r] /ˈhɪm lər; German ˈhɪm lər/ noun 1. Heinrich [hahyn-rikh] /ˈhaɪn rɪx/ (Show IPA), 1900–45, German Nazi leader and chief of the secret police. /German ˈhɪmlər/ noun 1. Heinrich (ˈhainrɪç). 1900–45, German Nazi leader, head of the SS and the Gestapo (1936–45); committed suicide
[him-self; medially often im-self] /hɪmˈsɛlf; medially often ɪmˈsɛlf/ pronoun 1. an emphatic appositive of or 1 : He himself spoke to the men. 2. a reflexive form of : He cut himself. 3. (used in absolute constructions): Himself the soul of honor, he included many rascals among his intimates. 4. (used as the object of […]
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[him-yuh-rahyt] /ˈhɪm yəˌraɪt/ noun 1. one of an ancient people of southern Arabia speaking a Semitic language. 2. a descendant of these people. adjective 3. . /ˈhɪmjəˌraɪt/ noun 1. a member of an ancient people of SW Arabia, sometimes regarded as including the Sabeans adjective 2. of or relating to this people or their culture