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Origin of hide

1
First recorded before 900; Middle English hiden, Old English hȳdan; cognate with Old Frisian hūda; akin to Greek keúthein “to hide”; see also hide2

synonym study for hide

1. Hide, conceal, secrete mean to put out of sight or in a secret place. Hide is the general word: to hide one's money or purpose; A dog hides a bone. Conceal, somewhat more formal, is to cover from sight: A rock concealed them from view. Secrete means to put away carefully, in order to keep secret: The spy secreted the important papers.

OTHER WORDS FROM hide

hid·a·ble, adjectivehid·a·bil·i·ty, nounhider, noun

Definition for hide (2 of 3)

hide2
[ hahyd ]
/ haɪd /

noun

the pelt or skin of one of the larger animals (cow, horse, buffalo, etc.), raw or dressed.
Informal.
  1. the skin of a human being: Get out of here or I'll tan your hide!
  2. safety or welfare: He's only worried about his own hide.
Australia and New Zealand Informal. impertinence; impudence.

verb (used with object), hid·ed, hid·ing.

Informal. to administer a beating to; thrash.
to protect (a rope, as a boltrope of a sail) with a covering of leather.

Origin of hide

2
First recorded before 900; Middle English; Old English hȳd; cognate with Dutch huid, Old Norse hūth, Danish, Swedish hud, Old High German hūt (German Haut ); akin to Latin cutis “skin,” Greek kýtos “hollow, container”; see also cutis, hide1

synonym study for hide

1. See skin.

OTHER WORDS FROM hide

hideless, adjective

Definition for hide (3 of 3)

hide3
[ hahyd ]
/ haɪd /

noun Old English Law.

a unit of land measurement varying from 60 to 120 acres (24 to 49 hectares) or more, depending upon local usage.

Origin of hide

3
First recorded before 900; Middle English hide, Old English hīd(e), hīg(i)d “portion of land, family,” from Germanic hīwidō; akin to Latin cīvis “citizen,” Greek keîsthai “to lie down, rest, remain, abide”
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British Dictionary definitions for hide (1 of 3)

hide1
/ (haɪd) /

verb hides, hiding, hid (hɪd), hidden (ˈhɪdən) or hid

to put or keep (oneself or an object) in a secret place; conceal (oneself or an object) from view or discoveryto hide a pencil; to hide from the police
(tr) to conceal or obscurethe clouds hid the sun
(tr) to keep secret
(tr) to turn (one's head, eyes, etc) away

noun

British a place of concealment, usually disguised to appear as part of the natural environment, used by hunters, birdwatchers, etcUS and Canadian equivalent: blind
See also hideout

Derived forms of hide

hidable, adjectivehider, noun

Word Origin for hide

Old English hӯdan; related to Old Frisian hēda, Middle Low German hüden, Greek keuthein

British Dictionary definitions for hide (2 of 3)

hide2
/ (haɪd) /

noun

the skin of an animal, esp the tough thick skin of a large mammal, either tanned or raw
informal the human skin
Australian and NZ informal impudence

verb hides, hiding or hided

(tr) informal to flog

Derived forms of hide

hideless, adjective

Word Origin for hide

Old English hӯd; related to Old Norse hūth, Old Frisian hēd, Old High German hūt, Latin cutis skin, Greek kutos; see cuticle

British Dictionary definitions for hide (3 of 3)

hide3
/ (haɪd) /

noun

an obsolete Brit unit of land measure, varying in magnitude from about 60 to 120 acres

Word Origin for hide

Old English hīgid; related to hīw family, household, Latin cīvis citizen
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Idioms and Phrases with hide

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