Definition of Hewgh

1. imitating the sound of an arrow [interj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hewgh

heuristical
heuristically
heuristics
heveas
hevery
hew
hew out
hewable
hewe
hewed
hewer
hewers
hewest
heweth
hewettite
hewgh (current term)
hewhole
hewing
hewings
hewn
hews
hewwo
hex
hex-
hex-androus
hex head bolt
hex head bolts
hex head screw
hex head screws
hex head wrench

Literary usage of Hewgh

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Publications of the Harleian Society by Harleian Society (1891)
"21 Arthure s. of Hugh [hewgh] Lunne Sep. 21 A poore man that died in the streete Sep. 21 John s. of George Pitman Sep. ..."

2. Depositions and Other Ecclesiastical Proceedings from the Courts of Durham by Church of England Diocese of Durham, James Raine (1845)
"... the said hewgh Frende tolde this examinate that Charles Shawe was content to become ... and after this examinate had welcomed hym home, and upon hewgh ..."

3. Transactions (1878)
"... of vs Richd trafford and hewgh lacie for all 1570. ... it hewgh Lacie Sin xl«. Itm pd for or meat & drink att London for xviij dayes being iij persons ..."

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