The hip or hyp, the vapours, depression of spirits, blue devils.
He was author of a weekly paper, called The hyp Doctor, for which he had 100 a year.
Berkeley, Gray, and Swift used hyps or the hyp for hypochondriasis, and the adjective was apparently common.
A throat-fly infests the reindeer, which is also frequently attacked by hyp.
Kaitoi taut' ouk oid' hops exnechthn eipein ou proelomenos all' hyp' auts tou logou ts akolouthias anankastheis.
"The Captain wants to see old hyp," one of his aides replied.
Persons subject to the hyp complain of the northeast wind, as increasing their malady.
As used in the early eighteenth century, the term "hyp" was perhaps not far from what our century has learned to call Angst.
When once hyp and hypt were confounded with hip and hipped, hyppish would suffer and lose definition.
hyp—oh, dear, if the train should be gone—to wait until next day—alone—in Drammen!
Variant of hypo-.