[hahy-wos-ee] /haɪˈwɒs i/
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
an ancestor of the prophet Zephaniah (1:1).
(Neh. 10:17), one who sealed the covenant.