The Anglish Moot
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Old English sb English
Hyne n A servant, farm or agricultural labourer; a peasant, a hind.
Hyne adv Hence, from this place; away, departed, (is gone), is no more. 2. from this world,out of this life.
Hyne phr "Here and Hyne" - both in this world and the next.
Hyneforth adv Henceforth.
Hynewards adv Hencewards.
Hyssop n A small bushy aromatic plant of the mint family, the bitter minty leaves of which are used in cooking and herbal medicine.
Hythe n A variant spelling of Hithe; wharf, landing place, harbour.
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