hine

see hin.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

Examples from the Web for hine

Contemporary Examples of hine

  • Hine, of course, is famous for his images of working people – mostly children – stuck in an unjust and cruel system.

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    Child Labor ... of Love

    Blake Gopnik

    January 16, 2014

Historical Examples of hine

  • (hine) be healse ge-nam (clasped him around the neck, embraced him), 1873.

    Beowulf

    Unknown

  • When we got roun' hine de jail, I invite him to perject his coat.

    P'laski's Tunament

    Thomas Nelson Page

  • These cuts were for the most part drawn by Brine, Hine, and Newman.

    The History of "Punch"

    M. H. Spielmann

  • He directs by suggestion and the family circle talks of Major Hine.

    The Modern Railroad

    Edward Hungerford

  • Fuller led at the start, but was caught by Hine at the fourth hurdle.