from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. Variant of hote.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A Middle English form of heat.
- See hight.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Dan kunt u het bescheiden, in bed, meer dan een glas van uw favoriete hete toddy ondertekenen.
May 30, 2010 at 3:14 pm jus kold eis waddah, pleis. ai has spent teh dae in teh sun adn hete, adn ai iz brownd tu eh toest!
They would probably hete you rather than themselves with a sad sack of crap.
Shur wud be boaring if it wuz awlwaiz nais, sum ranez at nite, maibe, nd den sunshain but nawt tu hawt. up tu abowt 80 fur a liddul wile, nd den kul orf agen. we hab hete awn stil abowt 2 wekez ago.
Send þe Crabbe to þe kychyn / þere for to hete, agayn hit facche to þy souerayne sittynge at mete;
And so, my noble rederes, vntil the hete of somer fullie abateth, ich shal be up wyth litel Lowys, in hys attic room, playinge of video games and drinkinge depe draughtes of mountayne dewe.
If Mexicans hete the US so much why do they come here?
In this ile and many othere, men berye not no dede men: for the hete is there so gret, that in a lityle tyme the flesche wil consume fro the bones.
Men hewen the trees with an hatchet, alle aboute the fote of the tree, tille that the bark be parted in many parties; and than comethe out ther of a thikke lykour, the whiche thei resceyven in vesselles, and dryen it at the hete of the sonne; and than thei han it to a mylle to grynde; and it becomethe faire mele and white.
In Ethiope alle the ryveres and alle the watres ben trouble, and thei ben somdelle salte, for the gret hete that is there.
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