Origin of hoyden
OTHER WORDS FROM hoydenhoy·den·ish, adjectivehoy·den·ism, noun
How to use hoyden in a sentence
Betsy wrote, "From that moment Las Cases never liked me, after this adventure, and used to call me a little rude hoyden."Napoleon's Young Neighbor|Helen Leah Reed
And to make sure work, Young Hoyden is lock'd up at the first approach of the Enemy.
Bessie rode Miss Hoyden, the doctor's little mare, and trotted along at a brisk pace by his stout cob Brownie.
I remember him at Scituate years ago, when he was a young ship-builder and I a curly-haired hoyden of five or six.Louisa May Alcott|Louisa May Alcott
Then Miss Hoyden shall trot along with me, and we'll call for you—not later than ten, Bessie, and you'll not keep me waiting.