Origin of hin
Examples from the Web for hin
Hin′duism, Hin′dooism, the religion and customs of the Hindus.
And the tenth part of an ephi of flour, which shall be tempered with the, purest oil, of the measure of the fourth part of a hin.The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version|Various
Ze steel get hin ze roll, ze stamp break, ze tram break, ze men kick.Blue Goose|Frank Lewis Nason
At this time the sounds Hin and others may be made, alternately or optionally, according to habit.The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana|Vatsyayana
Hin ten minutes' time he was seated at a purfekly luvly lunch, and a peggin away with sitch a happytight as princes mite enwy!
British Dictionary definitions for hin
Word Origin for hin
Word Origin and History for hin
Old English hine, accusative of he; replaced by dative him in early Middle English; cognate with German ihn. Surviving somewhat in s.w. English and Kentish dialect.