[hahy-mee] /ˈhaɪ mi/
noun, Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive.
a contemptuous term used to refer to a Jewish male.
“Jewish male” (derogatory), by early 1980s, apparently originally among black Americans, from common Jewish masc. proper name Hymie, a pet form of Hyman, from Hebrew, literally “life” (the masc. counterpart of Eve).
A Jewish male •Apparently chiefly black use: A little curly-haired Hymie pleading his case
[1980s+; fr the Jewish given name Hyman]
[him] /hɪm/ noun 1. a song or ode in praise or honor of God, a deity, a nation, etc. 2. something resembling this, as a speech, essay, or book in praise of someone or something. verb (used with object) 3. to praise or celebrate in a hymn; express in a hymn. verb (used without object) […]
[him-nl] /ˈhɪm nl/ noun 1. Also called hymnbook [him-boo k] /ˈhɪmˌbʊk/ (Show IPA). a book of for use in a religious service. adjective 2. of or relating to . /ˈhɪmnəl/ noun 1. a book of hymns adjective 2. of, relating to, or characteristic of hymns n. c.1500, imnale, himnale, from Medieval Latin hymnale, from ymnus, […]
noun 1. (def 2). noun 1. . 2. Also called common meter, hymnal stanza. Prosody. a ballad stanza of four iambic lines and strict rhymes, often used in hymns, rhyming abcb or abab. noun 1. another term for common time 2. the usual stanza form of a ballad, consisting of four iambic lines rhyming a […]
[him-nist] /ˈhɪm nɪst/ noun 1. a composer of . /ˈhɪmnɪst/ noun 1. a person who composes hymns