[her-key-nee-uh] /hərˈkeɪ ni ə/
an ancient province of the Persian empire, SE of the Caspian Sea.
an ancient district of Asia, southeast of the Caspian Sea
ancient region southeast of the Caspian Sea, from Greek Hyrkania, said to be from an Indo-European *verkana “country of wolves” [Zonn, I., et al., “The Caspian Sea Encyclopedia,” 2010]
[hahy-suh n] /ˈhaɪ sən/ noun 1. a Chinese green tea dried and prepared from twisted leaves, especially of the early crop (young hyson) /ˈhaɪsən/ noun 1. a Chinese green tea, the early crop of which is known as young hyson and the inferior leaves as hyson skin
[his-uh p] /ˈhɪs əp/ noun 1. any of several aromatic herbs belonging to the genus Hyssopus, of the mint family, especially H. officinalis, native to Europe, having clusters of small blue flowers. 2. any of several related or similar plants, especially of the genera Agastache or Gratiola. 3. Bible. a plant, perhaps the origan, whose […]
hysteralgia hys·ter·al·gi·a (hĭs’tə-rāl’jē-ə, -jə) n. The occurence of pain in the uterus. Also called hysterodynia, metralgia, metrodynia.
1. variant of before a vowel: hysterectomy.
hysteratresia hys·ter·a·tre·sia (hĭs’tər-ə-trē’zhə, -zhē-ə) n. Atresia of the uterine cavity, usually resulting from inflammatory endocervical adhesions.