het


het
het [khet]
n.
the eighth letter of the Hebrew alphabet (ח)

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  • ḤET — (Heb. חֵת ;ח), the eighth letter of the Hebrew alphabet; its numerical value is therefore 8. It is pronounced as a fricative pharyngeal. The earliest representation of the ḥet is in a pictograph of a fence ! …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • het up — /het/, Informal. 1. indignant; irate; upset: She was really het up about the new city tax. 2. enthusiastic: John is suddenly het up about racing cars. [1920 25; het, archaic or dial. ptp. of heat + UP] * * * …   Universalium

  • het up — [ˌhet ˈʌp] adj [not before noun] BrE informal [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: Old past participle of heat] anxious, upset, or slightly angry het up about/over ▪ Mike tends to get het up about silly things …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • het up — ☆ het up [het ] n. [het, dial. pt. & pp. of HEAT] Slang excited or angry …   English World dictionary

  • het up — [ ,het ʌp ] adjective INFORMAL excited, worried, or angry about something: AGITATED …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • het up — het′ up′ [[t]hɛt[/t]] adj. Slang. 1) inf indignant; irate; upset 2) inf enthusiastic • Etymology: 1920–25; het, archaic or dial. ptp. of heat+up …   From formal English to slang

  • het up — ► ADJECTIVE informal ▪ angry and agitated. ORIGIN from dialect het «heated, hot» …   English terms dictionary


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