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!
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.
life of (i.e., from) God, a native of Bethel, who built (i.e., fortified) Jericho some seven hundred years after its destruction by the Israelites. There fell on him for such an act the imprecation of Joshua (6:26). He laid the foundation in his first-born, and set up the gates in his youngest son (1 Kings […]
[hee-luh-muh n] /ˈhi lə mən/ noun, Australian. 1. a shield made of wood or bark.
/ˈhiːlənd/ adjective (Scot, dialect) 1. a variant of Highland 2. characteristic of Highlanders, esp alluding to their supposed gullibility or foolishness in towns or cities
[hahy-uh-muh l] /ˈhaɪ ə məl/ adjective 1. of or relating to winter; wintry. /ˈhaɪəməl/ adjective 1. a less common word for hibernal adj. “pertaining to winter,” 1550s, from Latin hiems “winter” (see hibernation).