hay

  • 1 Hay — is a generic term for grass or legumes that have been cut, dried, and stored for use as animal feed, particularly for grazing animals like cattle, horses, goats, and sheep. Hay can also be fed to pets such as guinea pigs and rabbits, though they… …

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  • 2 Hay — ist der Name folgender Personen: Alex Hay (1933–2011), schottischer Golflehrer und kommentator Alexandre Hay (1919–1991), Schweizer Jurist; Präsident des Internationalen Komitees des Roten Kreuzes (IKRK) Barry Hay (* 1948), indisch… …

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  • 3 Hay — Hay, n. [OE. hei, AS. h[=e]g; akin to D. hooi, OHG. hewi, houwi, G. heu, Dan. & Sw. h[ o], Icel. hey, ha, Goth. hawi grass, fr. the root of E. hew. See {Hew} to cut.] Grass cut and cured for fodder. [1913 Webster] Make hay while the sun shines.… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4 Hay — /hay/, n. John Milton, 1838 1905, U.S. statesman and author. * * * I In agriculture, dried grasses and other foliage used as animal feed. Typical hay crops are timothy, alfalfa, and clover. Usually the material is cut in the field while still… …

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  • 5 hay — hay1 [hā] n. [ME hei < OE hieg (akin to Ger heu) < base of OE heawan, to cut: see HEW] 1. grass, alfalfa, clover, etc. cut and dried for use as fodder 2. Slang bed, often, specif., as a place for sexual intercourse ☆ 3. Slang a small amount …

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  • 6 hay — hay; hay·doo·dle; hay·er; hay·sel; lin·hay; na·ma·ma·hay; hay·lage; le·hay·yim; …

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  • 7 HAY — could refer to:* Hay; dried grass. * Haycock Airport, Alaska, United States; IATA airport code HAY. * Hayes and Harlington railway station, England; National Rail station code HAY. * HAY the Danish design company …

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  • 8 hay — grass mown, O.E. heg (Anglian), hieg, hig (W.Saxon) grass cut or mown for fodder, from P.Gmc. *haujam (Cf. O.N. hey, O.Fris. ha, M.Du. hoy, Ger. Heu, Goth. hawi hay ), lit. that which is cut, or that which can be mowed, from PIE *kau …

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  • 9 hay — ► NOUN ▪ grass that has been mown and dried for use as fodder. ● hit the hay Cf. ↑hit the hay ● make hay (while the sun shines) Cf. ↑make hay while the sun shines DERIVATIVES hayi …

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  • 10 hay — [heı] n [U] [: Old English; Origin: hieg] 1.) long grass that has been cut and dried, often used as food for cattle 2.) make hay (while the sun shines) to take the opportunity to do something now, because you may not be able to do it later 3.)… …

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  • 11 Hay — Hay, v. i. To cut and cure grass for hay. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 12 Hay — (h[=a]), n. [AS. hege: cf. F. haie, of German origin. See {Haw} a hedge, {Hedge}.] 1. A hedge. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] 2. A net set around the haunt of an animal, especially of a rabbit. Rowe. [1913 Webster] {To dance the hay}, to dance in a ring.… …

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  • 13 Hay —   [heɪ], John Milton, amerikanischer Diplomat und Schriftsteller, * Salem (Indiana) 8. 10. 1838, ✝ Newbury (New Hampshire) 1. 7. 1905; war 1861 65 Sekretär des Präsidenten A. Lincoln, danach Schriftsteller und Diplomat (Freund von H. Adams). Als… …

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  • 14 Hay — Hay, v. i. To lay snares for rabbits. Huloet. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 15 Hay [2] — Hay (spr. hē), John, nordamerikan. Staatsmann, geb. 8. Okt. 1838 in Salem (Indiana), war Sachwalter am Obergericht des Staates Illinois, bis er 1861 Präsident Lincolns Privatsekretär wurde. Den Bürgerkrieg machte er als Lincolns Adjutant mit und… …

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  • 16 Háy —   [ haːi], Gyula (Julius), ungarischer Schriftsteller, * Abony (Bezirk Pest) 5. 5. 1900, ✝ Ascona 7. 5. 1975; studierte in Budapest Architektur, emigrierte 1919 nach Niederschlagung der Räterepublik nach Deutschland, lebte in Dresden und Berlin,… …

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  • 17 hay — [ heı ] noun uncount * long grass that has been cut and dried, used for feeding animals make hay (while the sun shines) to do something while a situation allows you to, because the situation may not last very long => HIT1 …

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  • 18 Hay — Nom fréquent dans les Deux Sèvres, également porté dans la Mayenne et le Pas de Calais. Désigne celui qui est originaire d un lieu dit (le) Hay, équivalent masculin de la haie. Parfois rencontré en Béarn, il y a un sens très différent (voir… …

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  • 19 Hay|ti|an — «HAY tee uhn, shuhn», adjective, noun. = Haitian. (Cf. ↑Haitian) …

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  • 20 Hay [1] — Hay u. Zusammensetzungen, s.u. Hai …

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