Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • An obsolete preterit of hang.

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Examples

  • He also used assassination to dispatch dissenting voices: Song Chin-u in 1945, Y Un-hyng in 1947, and Kim Ku (1876–1949); other critics of Rhee, such as Pak Hn-yng (1900–55), had fled to the North (Oct. 1946), and still others had died of illness.

    Aug. 5

  • Syngman Rhee became president, and cabinet posts went to An Ch'ang-ho, Yi Tong-hwi (1873–1928 or 1935), Kim Kyu-sik (1881–1950), Mun Ch'ang-bm, and Ch'oe Chae-hyng.

    1912

  • On Aug. 15, the Japanese asked Y Un-hyng (1886–1947), and he accepted with the proviso that all political prisoners be freed, that food be provided for the next three months, and that there be no Japanese interference of any kind.

    3. Korea (North and South), 1945-2000

  • Maister Alexander Galloway Person, of Kynkèll, was with us in thir Illis (the Hebridæ), and be adventure liftet up ane see tangle, hyng and full of mussil schellis, "one of which he opened," bot than he was mair astonist than afore, for he saw na fische in it bot ane perfit schapin foule.

    Notes and Queries, Number 21, March 23, 1850

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