an ancient Hebrew unit of liquid measure equal to about one and one half gallons (5.7 liters).
a Hebrew unit of capacity equal to about 12 pints or 3.5 litres
Old English hine, accusative of he; replaced by dative him in early Middle English; cognate with German ihn. Surviving somewhat in s.w. English and Kentish dialect.
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/ˈhiːnəˈhiːnə/ noun (pl) hinahina 1. another name for mahoe
/ˈhiːkɔɪ/ noun 1. a walk or march, esp a Māori protest march verb 2. (intransitive) to take part in such a march
[hahyk] /haɪk/ verb (used without object), hiked, hiking. 1. to walk or march a great distance, especially through rural areas, for pleasure, exercise, military training, or the like. 2. to move up or rise, as out of place or position (often followed by up): My shirt hikes up if I don’t wear a belt. 3. […]
/ˈhɪŋklɪ/ noun 1. a town in central England, in Leicestershire. Pop: 43 246 (2001)