Definition of Hylegs

1. hyleg [n] - See also: hyleg



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hylegs

hygrothermal
hygrothermograph
hying
hyke
hykes
hyl-
hyla
hylaeosaurus
hylarchical
hylas
hylase
hylding
hyldings
hyle
hyleg
hylegs (current term)
hylephobia
hyles
hyletics
hylic
hylic tumour
hylicism
hylicisms
hylicist
hylicists
hylics
hylism
hylisms
hylist
hylists

Literary usage of Hylegs

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1. Bibliotheca Indica by Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal, Asiatic Society (Calcutta, India) (1907)
"One of the hylegs in use was the last conjunction of the Sun and Moon (syzygy) before the birth, and another was the last antecedent opposition of the Sun ..."

2. Little Stings by Thomas William Hodgson Crosland (1907)
"... the Dey of Deys, the Wizard of Oz, the Emir of Pish and the Satrap of Tush—hakims, maliks, khans, hylegs, ..."

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