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Is hie a Scrabble word?
Yes. The word hie is a Scrabble US word. The word hie is worth 6 points in Scrabble:
Is hie a Scrabble UK word?
Yes. The word hie is a Scrabble UK word and has 6 points:
Is hie a Words With Friends word?
Yes. The word hie is a Words With Friends word. The word hie is worth 5 points in Words With Friends (WWF):
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hie ihe hei ehi ieh eih
Note: these 'words' (valid or invalid) are all the permutations of the word hie. These words are obtained by scrambling the letters in hie.
From Middle English hien, hyen, highen, heiȝen, hiȝen, from Old English hīgian (“to hie, hasten, strive”), from Proto-West Germanic *hīgōn, from Proto-Germanic *hīgōną (“to breathe, snort”), from Proto-Indo-European *ḱēygʰ- (“swift, fierce, violent”).
Cognate with Dutch hijgen (“to pant”), German heichen (“to choke, gasp for breath”), Danish hige (“to aspire, long”), Latin cieō (“set in motion, invoke, provoke”), Ancient Greek κινέω (kinéō, “move, set in motion”).
hie (third-person singular simple present hies, present participle hying or hieing, simple past and past participle hied)
Unlike most reflexive verbs, “hie” generally takes the simple object pronouns rather than the reflexive pronouns. Thus “we hied us” and “hie you,” rather than “we hied ourselves” and “hie yourself.” This peculiarity most likely arises from a sense that the poetic connotations of “hie” accord well with the archaic practice of using object pronouns with reflexive verbs.
hie (plural hies)
hie f (indefinite plural hie, definite singular hia, definite plural hiet)
hioa (“to grind, sand, polish”) + -e
From Dutch heie, related to the verb heien (“to drive into the ground”).
hie f (plural hies)
From Old High German hia, alternative form of hiar, from Proto-West Germanic *hēr.
From Middle High German hie, from Old High German hiar, from Proto-West Germanic *hēr.
From earlier hē, from Proto-West Germanic *hiʀ, from Proto-Germanic *hiz.
Reflecting an earlier regularised form of *hijai, from Proto-West Germanic *hiʀ, from Proto-Germanic *hīz (“these, these ones”), masculine plural of *hiz.
hīe (accusative hīe, genitive heora, dative him)
From Old Frisian hī. Cognates include West Frisian hy and Dutch hij.
hie (oblique him)