Did you perchance mean hythe?
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete variant of hie.
“Great Regulars: The alliterative form is remarkably flexible across a range of tones and subjects, but my favourite passages have always been the evocations of bleak northern weather and terrain that permeate the poem: "The werbelande wynde wapped fro the hyghe/And drof uch dale ful of dryftes ful grete" adapted by Simon Armitage as "then a whip-cracking wind comes whistling between hills/Driving snow into deepening drifts in the dales".”
“And every gerner hathe a zate, for to entre with inne, a lytille hyghe fro the erthe.”
“In this contree ben righte hyghe hilles, toward the ende of Macedonye.”
“Beware also of vayne glory/lyftynge vp your vysage & voyce on hyghe as wymen done in the worlde.”
“¶ Beware of hyghe speche & clamorous/and see that thy wordes be fewe well sette & resonable.”
“¶ Beware to be Inquysytyf/or to muse on hyghe maters and subtyll.”
“Receyue mercyfull Ihesu this hyghe & holy sacryfyce to the comfort of all [that] ben on lyue & deed/& wouchesauf this daye [that] it be to vs & to all them a synguler refresshynge & feest/that we so releued [with] this brede of lyue & lambe Inmaculate/borne of the blessyd virgyn Mary may Ioye in thy laude & glorye eternally.”
“¶ And for as moche that by the holy ordynaunce the consecracyon therof & offerynge vp to thy hyghe mageste for the quycke and deed oonly belongeth to the order of preesthode.”
“Botte soare on hyghe, & yn the sonne-bemes sheene;”
“Wythe pillars large, and spyre full hyghe and rounde.”
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