Definition of Hechts
1. hecht [v] - See also: hecht
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hechts
Literary usage of Hechts
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities by William Smith (1891)
"Institutionen, § 172; Walter, Geschieht römischen hechts, § 720) ; and if this vie»? accepted, it would seem to be unnecessary (' some of those by whom it ..."
2. Political Dictionary: Forming a Work of Universal Reference, Both by Charles Knight (1846)
"... Hugo, Lehrbuch der (its- chichte des Römischen hechts, Berlin, 1832 ; History nf ... hechts, by Thibaut, 7th ed., Jena, 1828 ; l)as Corpus Juris in's ..."
3. Compendium of Modern Civil Law by Ferdinand Mackeldey (1845)
"hechts, ф 18. (h] Lebern fr.rrc among the Romans did not mean to give a law, hut to propose: one to the people, and was synonymous with rogare le- gem or ..."
4. The Proverbs of Scotland by Alexander Hislop (1868)
"Fair hechts mak fools fain, " Hope puts that haste into »uat ht-id, ... haste earns huly »lx-icl, Fair hechts wil| inak ..."
5. The ever green, being a collection of Scots poems, wrote by the ingenious by Evergreen (1874)
"... quhen thou hechts, And nevir let thy Hand thy Hecht delay; For then thy Hecht and thy ... But he that hechts, ..."