See also: HID and híd

English edit

Pronunciation edit

  • enPR: hĭd, IPA(key): /hɪd/
  • (file)
  • Rhymes: -ɪd

Verb edit

hid

  1. simple past of hide
  2. (archaic) past participle of hide
    • 1611, The Holy Bible, [] (King James Version), London: [] Robert Barker, [], →OCLC, Luke 8:17:
      Foꝛ nothing is ſecret, that ſhall not be made manifeſt: neither any thing hid, that ſhall not be knowen, and come abꝛoad.
    • 1815 December (indicated as 1816), [Jane Austen], chapter I, in Emma: [], volume II, London: [] [Charles Roworth and James Moyes] for John Murray, →OCLC, page 6:
      Oh! here it is. I was sure it could not be far off; but I had put my huswife upon it, you see, without being aware, and so it was quite hid, but I had it in my hand so very lately that I was almost sure it must be on the table.
    • 1873, Richard Morris, Walter William Skeat, “Glossarial Index”, in Specimens of Early English[1], volumes II: From Robert of Gloucester to Gower, A.D. 1298—A.D. 1393, Oxford: Clarendon Press, page 490:
      To dark is still used in Swaledale (Yorkshire) in the sense of to lie hid, as, 'Te rattens [rats] mun ha bin darkin whel nu [till now]; we hannot heerd tem tis last fortnith'.

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hid

  1. (archaic) hither, to here, towards this place

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Etymology 1 edit

Noun edit

hid

  1. Alternative form of hide (concealment)

Etymology 2 edit

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hid

  1. Alternative form of hit (it)

Etymology 3 edit

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hid (plural hides)

  1. Alternative form of hyde (skin)

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hid

  1. Alternative form of hythe (landing place, port)

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hid (third-person singular simple present hideth, present participle hidende, first-/third-person singular past indicative and past participle hidde)

  1. Alternative form of hiden (to hide)

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hid

  1. Alternative form of hideth: third-person singular present of hiden
  2. Alternative form of hidde: simple past/past participle of hiden

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hid

  1. Alternative form of hyed: simple past/past participle of hyen