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Hines, Earl
▪ American musician in full  Earl Kenneth Hines , byname  Fatha  born Dec. 28, 1903, Duquesne, Pa., U.S. died April 22, 1983, Oakland, Calif.  American jazz pianist, ...
Hines, Earl (Kenneth)
born Dec. 28, 1905, Duquesne, Pa., U.S. died April 22, 1983, Oakland, Calif. U.S. pianist and bandleader who had a profound influence on the development of jazz piano. Known as ...
Hines, Gregory
▪ American dancer, actor, and choreographer in full  Gregory Oliver Hines  born Feb. 14, 1946, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Aug. 9, 2003, Los Angeles, Calif.  American tap ...
Hines, Gregory Oliver
▪ 2004       American dancer and actor (b. Feb. 14, 1946, New York, N.Y.—d. Aug. 9, 2003, Los Angeles, Calif.), was widely acknowledged as the finest tap dancer of his ...
Hines, Jerome
▪ 2004 Jerome Albert Link Heinz        American opera singer (b. Nov. 8, 1921, Hollywood, Calif.—d. Feb. 4, 2003, New York, N.Y), was a respected bass who sang for 41 ...
Hines, the Right Rev. John Elbridge
▪ 1998       American religious leader who, as the presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church from 1965 to 1974, pursued a socially progressive and activist agenda, ...
Hines (hīnz), Earl. Known as “Fatha.” 1905-1983. American musician. A prominent jazz pianist for 50 years, he first gained wide recognition for his recordings with Louis ...
/huynz"vil/, n. a town in SE Georgia. 11,309. * * *
—hingeless, adj. —hingelike, adj. /hinj/, n., v., hinged, hinging. n. 1. a jointed device or flexible piece on which a door, gate, shutter, lid, or other attached part turns, ...
hinge joint
Anat. ginglymus. [1795-1805] * * *
hinge joint n. A joint, such as the elbow, in which a convex part of one bone fits into a concave part of another, allowing motion in only one plane. * * *
/hing"euhm/, n. a city in SE Massachusetts. 20,339. * * * ▪ Massachusetts, United States       town (township), Plymouth county, eastern Massachusetts, U.S. It lies on ...
hinging post.
See hanging post. * * *
Hingis, Martina
▪ 1998       Martina Hingis dominated women's tennis in 1997, winning three of the four major tournaments and replacing Steffi Graf as the world's top-ranked player. The ...
Hin·gis (hĭngʹgəs), Martina. Born 1980. Czechoslovakian-born tennis player who in 1997 won the Wimbledon, U.S., and Australian singles titles to become the world's youngest ...
/hingk"tee/, adj., hinktier, hinktiest. Slang. hincty. * * *
Hinn Island
▪ island, Norway Norwegian  Hinnøya        island, in the Norwegian Sea, northern Norway. Forming part of the Vesterålen group and with an area of 849 square miles ...
/hin"ee/, n., pl. hinnies. the offspring of a male horse and a female donkey. Cf. mule1 (defs. 1, 2). [1680-90; obs. hinne ( < L hinnus; akin to Gk gínnos mule) + -Y2] * * *
▪ Japan       city, eastern Tokyo to (metropolis), east-central Honshu, Japan. It is located on the Tama River on the railway linking Tachikawa and Hachiōji. Hino was a ...
hinoki cypress
/hi noh"kee/ an evergreen tree, Chamaecyparis obtusa, of Japan, having scalelike leaves and orange-brown cones, grown for timber and as an ornamental. [1720-30; < Japn hi-no-ki, ...
/hinz"dayl'/, n. a city in NE Illinois, near Chicago. 16,726. * * *
/hin"sheuhl wood'/, n. Sir Cyril Norman, 1897-1967, English chemist: Nobel prize 1956. * * *
Hinshelwood, Sir Cyril Norman
▪ British chemist born June 19, 1897, London, Eng. died Oct. 9, 1967, London       British chemist who worked on reaction rates and reaction mechanisms, particularly ...
Hinshelwood,Sir Cyril Norman
Hin·shel·wood (hĭnʹshəl-wo͝od', -chəl-), Sir Cyril Norman. 1897-1967. British chemist. He shared a 1956 Nobel Prize for research on the kinetics of chemical reactions. * ...
Hinsley, Arthur
▪ British cardinal born Aug. 25, 1865, Carlton, Yorkshire, Eng. died March 17, 1943, Buntingford, Herefordshire  English Roman Catholic cardinal and fifth archbishop of ...
—hinter, n. /hint/, n. 1. an indirect, covert, or helpful suggestion; clue: Give me a hint as to his identity. 2. a very slight or hardly noticeable amount; soupçon: a hint of ...
See hint. * * *
/hin"teuhr land'/, n. 1. Often, hinterlands. the remote or less developed parts of a country; back country: The hinterlands are usually much more picturesque than the urban ...
▪ Myanmar also called  Henzada        town, southwestern Myanmar (Burma). Hinthada is situated along the Irrawaddy River opposite Tharrawaw, with which it is linked ...
/hin"tn, -teuhn/, n. 1. Christopher, Baron Hinton of Bankside, born 1901, British nuclear engineer. 2. William Augustus, 1883-1959, U.S. medical researcher and educator. * * ...
Hinton, Christopher Hinton, Baron
▪ British engineer born May 12, 1901, Tisbury, Wiltshire, England died June 22, 1983, London       engineer who was a leading figure in the development of the nuclear ...
Hinton, Milt
▪ American musician byname of  Milton John Hinton,  also called  the Judge   born June 23, 1910, Vicksburg, Mississippi, U.S. died December 19, 2000, New York ...
Hinton, Milton John
▪ 2001       American jazz artist and photographer (b. June 23, 1910, Vicksburg, Miss.—d. Dec. 19, 2000, Queens, N.Y.), was among the great jazz bassists during a ...
Hinton, William Howard
▪ 2005       American agronomist (b. Feb. 2, 1919, Chicago, Ill.—d. May 15, 2004, Concord, Mass.), authored Fanshen: A Documentary of Revolution in a Chinese Village ...
hip1 —hipless, adj. —hiplike, adj. /hip/, n., adj., v., hipped, hipping. n. 1. the projecting part of each side of the body formed by the side of the pelvis and the upper ...
/aych"uy"pee"/ or, sometimes, /hip/ Health Insurance Plan. * * * ▪ anatomy       in anatomy, the joint between the thighbone ( femur) and the pelvis; also the area ...
hip boot
a hip-high boot, usually of rubber, worn by fishermen, firefighters, etc. [1890-95, Amer.] * * *
hip boots
hip boots n. high, usually waterproof boots that extend to the top of the legs * * *
hip dysplasia
Vet. Pathol. a genetic disorder, typically affecting young dogs of medium- to large-sized breeds, characterized by alteration and malformation of the hip joint. * * * ▪ ...
hip hop
n [U] 1. a type of modern music consisting of rap with an electronic backing, often made by combining and repeating short pieces of recorded music. It was started in the late ...
hip joint
a ball-and-socket joint between the head of the femur and the innominate bone. [1785-95] * * *
hip pointer
hip pointer n. a painful bruise or torn muscle at the upper ridge of the pelvis * * *
hip roof
—hip-roofed, adj. Archit. a roof with sloping ends and sides; a hipped roof. See illus. under roof. [1720-30] * * * ▪ architecture also called  hipped roof   roof that ...
/hip"hop'/, Slang. n. 1. the popular subculture of big-city teenagers, which includes rap music, break dancing, and graffiti art. 2. See rap music. adj. 3. of, pertaining to, or ...
hip-huggers [hip′hug΄ərz] n. pants fitted very tightly around the hips, with the waistline just above the hips: also hip huggers * * * hip-hug·gers ...
hip-shooter [hip′sho͞ot΄ər] n. a person who acts or talks in a rash, impetuous way: also hip shooter or hipshooter hip-shooting adj. * * *
/hip"bohn'/, n. 1. See innominate bone. 2. the ilium. [1350-1400; ME; see HIP1, BONE] * * *
hip boot n. A very high boot extending to the hips, worn especially by fishers. * * *
/hip"hug'euhr/, adj. 1. (of a garment) having a close-fitting waistline placed at the hip rather than at the natural waist: hiphugger jeans. n. 2. hiphuggers, trousers having ...
hip joint n. The ball-and-socket joint formed by the head of the femur and the cup-shaped cavity of the hipbone. * * *
/hip"lengkth', -length'/, adj. reaching to or covering the hips, as clothing: a hiplength sweater. [1920-25; HIP1 + LENGTH] * * *
See hip2. * * *
See hiply. * * *
var. of hippo- before a vowel: hipparch. * * *
hipparch [hip′ärk΄] n. 〚Gr hipparchos: see HIPPO- & -ARCH〛 in ancient Greece, a cavalry commander * * *
/hi pahr"keuhs/, n. 1. died 514 B.C., tyrant of Athens 527-514. 2. c190-c125 B.C., Greek astronomer. * * * or Hipparchos born , Nicaea, Bithynia died after 127 BC, ...
▪ artificial satellite in full  High Precision Parallax Collecting Satellite   Earth-orbiting satellite launched by the European Space Agency in 1989 that over the next ...
Hippasus of Metapontum
▪ Greek philosopher flourished c. 500 BC       philosopher, early follower of Pythagoras, coupled by Aristotle with Heraclitus (Heracleitus) in identifying fire as the ...
hipped1 /hipt/, adj. 1. having hips. 2. having the hips as specified (usually used in combination): broad-hipped; narrow-hipped. 3. (esp. of livestock) having the hip injured or ...
hipped roof n. Variant of hip roof. * * *
Hippel, Theodor Gottlieb von
▪ German writer born Jan. 31, 1741, Gerdauen, Prussia [now Zheleznodorozhny, Russia] died April 23, 1796, Königsberg [now Kaliningrad, Russia]  German writer of the late ...
hippety-hop or hippity-hop [hip′ə tē häp′] adj., adv. with a hopping movement vi. hippety-hopped, hippety-hopping to move by or as if by hopping * * *
/hip"ee euhs/, n. fl. 6th century B.C., tyrant of Athens (brother of Hipparchus, son of Pisistratus). * * * died 490 BC Tyrant of Athens (528/527–510). He succeeded his ...
Hippias Of Elis
▪ Greek philosopher flourished 5th century BC, , Elis, in the Peloponnese, Greece       Sophist philosopher who contributed significantly to mathematics by discovering ...
/hip"ee/, n. a person, esp. of the late 1960s, who rejected established institutions and values and sought spontaneity, direct personal relations expressing love, and expanded ...
/hip"ee deuhm/, n. the lifestyle and world of hippies, esp. in the 1960s. [1965-70, Amer.; HIPPIE + -DOM] * * *
/hip"oh/, n., pl. hippos. Informal. hippopotamus. [by shortening] * * * ▪ ancient North African ports       either of two ancient ports on the coast of North ...
/hip"oh/, n. See Hippo Regius. * * * ▪ ancient North African ports       either of two ancient ports on the coast of North Africa.       Hippo, later called ...
Hippo Regius
/hip"oh ree"jee euhs/ a seaport of ancient Numidia: St. Augustine was bishop here A.D. 395-430; the site of modern Annaba, in Algeria. Also called Hippo. * * *
Hippo Zarytus
/hip"oh zeuh ruy"teuhs/ ancient name of Bizerte. * * *
a combining form appearing in loanwords from Greek, where it meant "horse" (hippodrome); on this model, used in the formation of compound words (hippology). Also, esp. before a ...
/hip'euh kam"peuhl/, adj. Anat. of or pertaining to the hippocampus. [1830-40; HIPPOCAMP(US) + -AL1] * * *
hippocampal gyrus
Anat. a convolution on the inner surface of the temporal lobe of the cerebrum, bordering the hippocampus. Also called hippocampal convolution. [1880-85] * * *
/hip'euh kam"peuhs/, n., pl. hippocampi /-puy, -pee/. 1. Class. Myth. a sea horse with two forefeet, and a body ending in the tail of a dolphin or fish. 2. Anat. an enfolding of ...
/hip"euh kras'/, n. an old medicinal cordial made of wine mixed with spices. [1325-75; ME ypocras, appar. short for ypocras wyn (trans. of ML vinum hippocraticum; so called ...
—Hippocratic /hip'euh krat"ik/, Hippocratical, adj. /hi pok"reuh teez'/, n. ("Father of Medicine") c460-c377 B.C., Greek physician. * * * born с 460 BC, island of Cos, ...
Hippocrates of Chios
▪ Greek mathematician flourished c. 440 BC       Greek geometer who compiled the first known work on the elements of geometry nearly a century before Euclid. Although ...
See Hippocrates. * * *
Hippocratic oath
an oath embodying the duties and obligations of physicians, usually taken by those about to enter upon the practice of medicine. [1740-50] * * * ▪ ethical ...
Hippocratic oath n. An oath of ethical professional behavior sworn by new physicians, inaccurately attributed to Hippocrates. * * *
—Hippocrenian, adj. /hip"euh kreen', hip'euh kree"nee/, n. a spring on Mount Helicon sacred to the Muses and regarded as a source of poetic inspiration. * * *
—hippodromic /hip'euh drom"ik/, adj. /hip"euh drohm'/, n. 1. an arena or structure for equestrian and other spectacles. 2. (in ancient Greece and Rome) an oval track for horse ...
/hip"euh grif'/, n. a fabulous creature resembling a griffin but having the body and hind parts of a horse. Also, hippogryph. [1645-55; earlier hippogryph, Latinized < It ...
—hippological /hip'euh loj"i keuhl/, adj. —hippologist, n. /hi pol"euh jee/, n. the study of horses. [1850-55; HIPPO- + -LOGY] * * *
/hi pol"i teuh'/, n. Class. Myth. a queen of the Amazons, variously said to have been killed by Hercules or to have been conquered and married by Theseus. * * *
/hi pol"i teuhs/, n. Also, Hippolytos /hi pol"i teuhs, -tos'/. Class. Myth. the son of Theseus who was falsely accused by his stepmother, Phaedra, of raping her after he had ...
Hippolytus of Rome, Saint
▪ antipope born c. 170 died c. 235, , Sardinia; Western feast day August 13, Eastern feast day January 30       Christian martyr who was also the first antipope ...
Hippolytus, Canons of Saint
▪ Christian literature formally  Canons of the Church and Precepts Written by Hippolytus, Archbishop of Rome, According to the Ordinances of the Apostles        a ...
/hi pom"euh neez'/, n. Class. Myth. the successful suitor of Atalanta. * * *
▪ Greek philosopher also called  Hippo, or Hipponax   flourished c. 450 BC , southern Italy?       philosopher who revived the belief of the 6th-century philosopher ...

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