- to hang. North. Scotch. See Gloss, to G. Douglas's Virgil.
A glossary of provincial and local words used in England. Francis Grose. 1790.
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hing — hing·er; shao·hing; hing; … English syllables
Hing — Hing, so v.w. Asa foetida … Pierer's Universal-Lexikon
Hing-pu — Hing pu, das Justiztribunal in China, s.d. (Geogr.) … Pierer's Universal-Lexikon
Hing — Recorded in several spellings including Hing, Hindge, Hinge, Hinges, Indge and possibly others this would seem to be an English surname. It is reasonably well recorded in the surviving church registers of the city of London since at least the… … Surnames reference
hing — When fibers on a velvet like surface, such as upholstery lay in a different direction from most other fibers. This would apply as well to carpet, suede, etc. I could tell where he sat by the hing marks on the sofa. OR I had just carefully… … Dictionary of american slang
hing´er — hinge «hihnj», noun, verb, hinged, hing|ing. –n. 1. a joint on which a door, gate, cover, or lid moves back and forth. 2. a natural joint doing similar work: »the hinge of the knee, the hinge of a clam. 3. Figurative. that on which something else … Useful english dictionary
Hing — Asant Asant (Ferula asafoetida) Systematik Unterklasse: Asternähnliche (Asteridae) Ordnung … Deutsch Wikipedia
hing — male salmon (Salmo salar) or trout (Salmo trutta) (English dialect) … Dictionary of ichthyology
hing — hịng → hängen * * * hịng: ↑ 1hängen. * * * hịng: 2↑hängen … Universal-Lexikon
hing — I Mawdesley Glossary to hang. To he honged. II North Country (Newcastle) Words to hang … English dialects glossary
hing — hịng Imperfekt, 1. und 3. Person Sg; ↑hängen1 … Langenscheidt Großwörterbuch Deutsch als Fremdsprache