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- n. Alternative form of haik.
- n. Alternative form of huke.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See haik, and huke.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as huke.
- n. Same as haik.
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If you are in the city you are on the spot; if you are in the country, "hyke" for the city!
Eye lyks to hyke da mowntins woff my fiancecat too.
Tobey Tall says: in the Uk the minimum wage is Â£5. 25 and many companies are signing up to hyke that up to Â£7 and hour for people to have a fair wage
Aye fink Aye gotta kleen teh cookies oar sumpin, mai abatar haz taekin ah hyke….grumble, grumble
"Well then what did she want to hyke off to live among those Dutchmen for, when one of the best houses in England was open to her?"
The meal which Elisha poured into the pot was a symbolic sign that the noxious quality of the herbs was removed. lap full -- The hyke, or large cloak, is thrown loosely over the left shoulder and fastened under the right arm, so as to form a lap or apron.
The usual size of a hyke is six yards long and five or six feet broad, serving the
_insurrectos_; the blame Gover'ment being in possession of all the trails leadin 'into the hinterland; so says he,' What for a game would it be for me to hyke up to 'Frisco an' git in touch with my financial backers an 'conspirate to smuggle down a load o' arms? '
"List halloa! list halloa!" cried Herne, "that's he! that's he! hyke!
Berner's Boke of Hawking and Hunting.] hyke a Beaumont!