For more complete information respecting the writers of this period, see Bentkowaki's hist.
As I did so, I heard the “hist” of another arrow passing my cheek.
Among many other illustrations which might be given of this distinction of classes by dress, see Monteil, hist.
This singular placard is given in extenso by Gerdesius, hist.
His name is not mentioned by Wood in the list given in hist.
The dates of these letters, in connection with a statement in the hist.
And while the sergeant spoke the soldier had resumed his watch, and suddenly they heard him whisper, "hist!"
Quintin's speech is given in full by La Place, 93-109; hist.
His other poems are chiefly of the religious kind, which makes it probable that the hist.
On Cardano as an investigator and discoverer, see Libri, hist.
exclamation commanding silence, attested from 1610s; probably so chosen because the sound is both easy to hear and suddenly silent.
Variant of histo-.
history: Hist! Goodbye!