[hahy-ing] /ˈhaɪ ɪŋ/
past participle of .
verb (used without object), hied, hieing or hying.
to hasten; speed; go in haste.
verb (used with object), hied, hieing or hying.
to hasten (oneself):
Hie yourself down to this once-in-a-lifetime sale!
a present participle of hie
verb hies, hieing, hying, hied
(archaic or poetic) to hurry; hasten; speed
(in Scotland) Highlands and Islands Enterprise
Old English higian “strive, hasten,” originally “to be intent on,” from Proto-Germanic *hig- (cf. Middle Dutch higen “to pant,” Middle Low German hichen, German heichen). Related: Hied; hies; hieing.
[hik-sohs, -sos] /ˈhɪk soʊs, -sɒs/ noun 1. a nomadic people who conquered and ruled ancient Egypt between the 13th and 18th dynasties, c1700–1580 b.c.: believed to have been a Semitic people that originally migrated into Egypt from Asia. /ˈhɪksɒs/ noun (pl) -sos 1. a member of a nomadic Asian people, probably Semites, who controlled Egypt […]
[hahy-luh] /ˈhaɪ lə/ noun 1. a tree frog of the genus Hyla. /ˈhaɪlə/ noun 1. any tree frog of the genus Hyla, such as H. leucophyllata (white-spotted hyla) of tropical America
1. a combining form meaning “wood,” “matter,” used in the formation of compound words: hylophagous; hylotheism. combining form 1. indicating matter (as distinguished from spirit): hylozoism 2. indicating wood: hylophagous word-forming element meaning “wood, forest; matter,” from Greek hylo-, from hylos “wood; matter,” of unknown origin.
[hahy-luh-mawr-fik] /ˌhaɪ ləˈmɔr fɪk/ adjective, Philosophy. 1. (of a creature) composed of corporeal and spiritual matter.