from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • A Middle English form of hit.


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  • An affiliated Germanic word passed into French, which reshaped it into the noun hutte, from which English has a word evoking folktales and their forbidding forest settings replete with magical transformations: hut.

    The English Is Coming!

  • S.hutte MF, Treffers PE, Kloosterman GJ, S.epmati S. Management of premature rupture of the membranes: the risk of vaginal examination to the infant.


  • Posséder dans sa hutte Une table, un vieux lit, Des cartes, une flûte, Un broc que Dieu remplit; Un portrait de maîtresse, Un coffre et rien dedans; Eh gai! c’est la richesse Du gros

    The Paris Sketch Book


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