- hebdomadal council,
- heber, reginald
Origin of hebe
noun Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive.
Origin of Hebe1
Examples from the Web for hebe
Children don't require 'cream of roses' and 'Hebe bloom' and—and all that sort of thing, you know—to get 'emselves up.Molly Bawn|Margaret Wolfe Hamilton
I've been 'Hebe' for fourteen years and I've served all the fancy drinks you can name over the brass railing of that spring.Where There's A Will|Mary Roberts Rinehart
c.1600, Greek goddess of youth, daughter of Zeus and Hera, wife of Hercules, from Greek hebe "youth, youthful prime, strength of youth" (legally, "the time before manhood," in Athens 16, in Sparta 18), from PIE *yeg-wa- "power, youth, strength."
derogatory word for "a Jew," 1932, shortened from Hebrew