• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Hithe A port or small haven; -- used in composition; as, Lambhithe, now Lambeth .
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n hithe A port or haven. The word is obsolete except as used in the names of a few English places, as Hythe, Rotherhithe, Queenhithe, Lambeth (Anglo-Saxon Lambehīth, Lambhīth).
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Hithe hīth a small haven.
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
AS. hȳð,. Cf. Hide to conceal
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
A.S. hýð.


In literature:

My, thee hith bonthe thtick out!
"Dorothy Dainty's Gay Times" by Amy Brooks
When I cried out the pink elephant put hith trunk right around my neck.
"The Meadow-Brook Girls Under Canvas" by Janet Aldridge
Hith thermon wath beautiful in the school-room.
"Gladys, the Reaper" by Anne Beale
He wouldn't thay hith little girl wath lathy, would he?
"The Meadow-Brook Girls in the Hills" by Janet Aldridge
We believe him to be under thome influence, and tho we're bent on breaking hith chains.
"Afloat" by Alan Douglas
If thilenthe be golden he ith the heavietht weight of hith time.
"The Long Roll" by Mary Johnston
Lil Artha lookth like a pirate chief, and ath for Mark, you'd think hith brains might be breaking out.
"Pathfinder" by Alan Douglas
He'll turn hith wee finger to the ceiling oftener than he puts hith forefinger to the pen, I'm thinking.
"The House with the Green Shutters" by George Douglas Brown
The river wall had openings or gates at Dowgate and Bishopsgate, and probably at Queen Hithe.
"The History of London" by Walter Besant
Why does a dog waggle hith tail?
"The Universal Reciter" by Various
Particularly Hithe stands on an eminence cover'd with wood.
"A Letter Book" by George Saintsbury
They had passed Hithe, and were nearly off Dimchurch, when they saw the lugger at some distance from them getting under weigh.
"Christmas Stories" by Edward Berens
I expect after all I'll just have to get Tom Cropthey to let me pull that tooth of hith that aches like thixty.
"Camp Fires of the Wolf Patrol" by Alan Douglas
I know hith breed, boyth.
"Endurance Test" by Alan Douglas
We read of Corn Hithe, Pease Hithe, Flax Hithe, Garlic Hithe and others.
"Highways and Byways in Cambridge and Ely" by Edward Conybeare
Sonny's always flightened wizout hith muvver.
"On the Face of the Waters" by Flora Annie Steel
Blazeth'll give poor 'ickle mummie hith bicky, and be a dood 'ickle boy.
"Red Rowans" by Flora Annie Steel
Michaell att Quene Hith 78.
"Maps of Old London" by Anonymous
He everidged up purty good, too, in hithe ...
"Yellowstone Nights" by Herbert Quick

In poetry:

Sandwich and Romney, Hastings, Hithe, and Dover
Were all alert that day,
To see the French war-steamers speeding over,
When the fog cleared away.
"The Warden Of The Cinque Ports. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The First)" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

In science:

In the present work, if the physical density of a gas particle is above its particular adaptive H2 formation threshold ρHIth , then it is eligible to be a member of the wind.
Molecular hydrogen regulated star formation in cosmological SPH simulations
Generally, the values of ρHIth are higher for each particle than in the previous SF models, allowing for particles to reach higher densities before becoming eligible to form stars.
Molecular hydrogen regulated star formation in cosmological SPH simulations
This plot also shows that for a given metallicity, a lower h returns higher ρHIth .
Molecular hydrogen regulated star formation in cosmological SPH simulations
The accumulation of particles at Z = 10−3Z(cid:12) corresponds to those that have yet to be enriched by SF, but they have varying ρHIth due to variations in h.
Molecular hydrogen regulated star formation in cosmological SPH simulations