[hahy-vahyt] /ˈhaɪ vaɪt/
a member of an ancient people inhabiting Canaan, conquered by the Israelites.
one of the original tribes scattered over Palestine, from Hermon to Gibeon in the south. The name is interpreted as “midlanders” or “villagers” (Gen. 10:17; 1 Chr. 1:15). They were probably a branch of the Hittites. At the time of Jacob’s return to Canaan, Hamor the Hivite was the “prince of the land” (Gen. 24:2-28). They are next mentioned during the Conquest (Josh. 9:7; 11:19). They principally inhabited the northern confines of Western Palestine (Josh. 11:3; Judg. 3:3). A remnant of them still existed in the time of Solomon (1 Kings 9:20).
adjective having a positive blood test result for the AIDS virus HIV
[hahy-wos-ee] /haɪˈwɒs i/ noun 1. a river in NE Georgia, SW North Carolina, and SE Tennessee, flowing N to the Tennessee River. 150 miles (241 km) long.
/ˈhaɪjə; ˌhaɪˈjɑː/ sentence substitute 1. an informal term of greeting interjection A salutation upon meeting: The staccato cry of ”Hi!,” which we judged to be the almost universal greeting [first form 1862+, second 1940+; probably based on hi, ”hey,” exclamation used to call attention, found by 1475] Related Terms hi
/ˌhɪzbəˈlɑː/ noun 1. a variant spelling of Hezbollah