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Hy

[hahy] /haɪ/
noun
1.
a male given name, form of Hiram.

hy.

Electricity.
1.
(formerly) henry.
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  • Hy'se 'a been so long, old Davy, afore 'a come to see poor Bardie?

    The Maid of Sker Richard Doddridge Blackmore
  • This of itself proves that the Abbot of Hy was not its author.

  • This time it was a political question that attracted him from Hy.

  • And did Hy Paulett go often to the Greyhound and allay his thirst in the making of it?

    Thomas Hardy's Dorset Robert Thurston Hopkins
  • Hy, the Scotch tunes are just like a scolding, nagging woman.

    Quips and Quiddities William Davenport Adams
  • Hy verses are eternal, O my friend, For he who reads them reads them to no end.

    Quips and Quiddities William Davenport Adams
  • Hy´las.Youth loved by Hercules;stolen by the water nymphs, 267.

    Myths of Greece and Rome H. A. Guerber

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