It must have been after HT overcame Ttr that he started his kinsman Parbat to me with tribute and an accoutred horse.
So he 'greed to pay for it in Mockers, an' he to'HT he know'd where he'd get 'em foh sure.
The scribes, being acquainted with the graph st for t, HT (see KH 249 note), mechanically substituted the latter here.
On am feoran dge gesette se lmiHTiga ealle tungla and gearlice tda, and HT t h wǽron to tcne dagum and gearum.
The heart is formed from the mesoblastic layers, where they meet in the middle dorsal line (fig. 185 C, HT).
Wie a Bettler HT er sich bei der Thr gestellt, un' in die ugen HT sich a hntische Bakosche gemlt!
Se wlhreowa fder Herodes lfde fif suna, ry he HT acwellan on his feorh-adle, ran e he gewite.
HT Kakar had killed Malik Hasts father and destroyed the fort; there it now lay in ruins.
Hence the French spelling st is occasionally substituted for English HT.
Thus, the adjective for hot was HT, side by side with which was an adverb HT (dissyllabic), meaning hotly.