Definition of Hynde
1. a type of deer [n -S] - See also: deer
Lexicographical Neighbors of Hynde
Literary usage of Hynde
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Tribal Custom in Anglo-Saxon Law: Being an Essay Supplemental To: (1) The by Frederic Seebohm (1902)
"1) considers ' hynde ' to be an old form of' ten' and to refer to the number of soldiers of whom the twelve - hynde and six-hynde men were ..."
2. The Diary of Henry Machyn, Citizen and Merchant-taylor of London, from A.D by Henry Machyn, John Gough Nichols (1848)
"Sir John hynde, made a serjeant at law 1535, a judge of the Common Pleas 1546. When Nicholas Charles surveyed the church of St. Dun- stan's in the West, ..."
3. Golden Numbers: A Book of Verse for Youth by Nora Archibald Smith (1902)
"Oh, it's hynde Horn fair, and it's hynde Horn free; Oh, where were you born, and in what countrie? " " In a far distant countrie I was born; But of home and ..."
4. From the Hills of Dream: Threnodies, Songs, and Other Poems by William Sharp (1907)
"Gillanders reined and looked at her: " hynde, Queen and Love," he said, " I wooed in love, I come in love, to this the tryst we made: " Why are your eyes so ..."
5. The Ballads of Scotland by William Edmondstoune Aytoun (1858)
"hynde HORN. VERSIONS of this old ballad have been severally given by Messrs Kinloch, ... hynde Horn fair, and hynde Horn free, 0 where were you born, ..."
6. English and Scottish Ballads by Francis James Child (1866)
"hynde ETIN. (See p. 179. ... She had na pu'da nut, a nut, A nut but barely ane, Till up started the hynde Etin, Says, " Lady 1 let thae alane. ..."
7. The Accounts of the Wardens of the Parish of Morebath, Devon. 1520-1573 by John Erskine Binney, Frederic William Weaver (1904)
"... Richard Don was be hynde ixd where of he payd . yjd John Norman at Pole was be hynde vd where of he Robyn Rumbelow was be hynde vjd where of he payd ijd ..."