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the skin of an animal

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Ancient Measurement Terms: A unit of measurement for assessment of tax, theoretically 120 acres, although it could vary between 60 and 240 acres. By custom it was the land that could be cultivated by an ox plough team in one year. In the Devonshire Domesday Book, it seemed to average about 64 acres.
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[n] - the dressed skin of an animal (especially a large animal) 2. [n] - body covering of a living animal 3. [v] - go into hiding or conceal oneself 4. [v] - be or go into hiding 5. [v] - prevent from being seen or discovered
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originally a unit, varying between 40 and 1000
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Anglo-Saxon unit of measurement used to measure the extent of arable land; it varied from about 296 ha/120 acres in the east of England to as little as 99 ha/40 acres in Wessex. One hide was...
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Hide (hīd) transitive verb [ imperfect Hid (hĭd); past participle Hidden (hĭd'd'n), Hid ; present participle & verbal noun Hiding (hīd'ĭng).] [ Middle English ...
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Hide intransitive verb To lie concealed; to keep one's self out of view; to be withdrawn from sight or observation. « Bred to disguise, in public 'tis you hide Pope. Hide and seek , a play of children, in which some hide themselves, and others seek them. ...
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Hide noun [ Anglo-Saxon hīd , earlier hīged ; probably orig., land enough to support a family; confer Anglo-Saxon hīwan , hīgan , members of a household, and English hind a peasant.] (O. Eng. Law.) (a) An abode or dwelling....
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Hide noun [ Middle English hide , hude , Anglo-Saxon hȳd ; akin to Dutch huid , Old High German hūt , German haut , Icelandic hūð , Dan. & Swedish hud , Latin cutis , Greek ky`tos ; and confer Greek
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Hide (hīd) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Hided ; present participle & verbal noun Hiding .] To flog; to whip. [ Prov. Eng. & Low, U. S.]
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1. The skin of an animal, either raw or dressed; generally applied to the undressed skins of the larger domestic animals, as oxen, horses, etc. ... 2. The human skin; so called in contempt. 'O tiger's heart, wrapped in a woman's hide!' (Shak) ... Origin: OE.hide, hude, AS. Hd; akin to D. Huid, OHG, ht, G. Haut, Icel. H, Dan. & Sw. Hud, L. Cutis...
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pelt noun body covering of a living animal
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verb prevent from being seen or discovered; `Muslim women hide their faces`; `hide the money`
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verb be or go into hiding; keep out of sight, as for protection and safety; `Probably his horse would be close to where he was hiding`; `She is hiding out in a cabin in Montana`
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• (n.) An abode or dwelling. • (v. i.) To lie concealed; to keep one`s self out of view; to be withdrawn from sight or observation. • (v. t.) To withhold from knowledge; to keep secret; to refrain from avowing or confessing. • (n.) The skin of an animal, either raw or dressed; -- generally applied to the undressed skins of the l...
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in early English history, the land necessary to support a free peasant family. In the 12th and 13th centuries, the hide commonly appeared as 120 ...
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the pelt taken from a cow, steer, or bull of the bovine species, from the pelt of a horse, or from the integument of some other large adult animal. ... [4 related articles]
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Hide is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `from the hide` Hid,Hide The name Hide doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Hide seems to be unique!
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[Creed song] The band had released EPs and imports throughout the Eastern hemisphere. There was also a Spanish import with a gray background and their logo with the song name as cover art. The real EP artwork is of the Creed bandmates staring into the sun, with Stapp covering his face to see through the light. ==Chart performance== ...
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[Joy Williams Single] ===Rationale=== ...
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[Joy Williams song] `Hide` is the smash lead single from Joy Williams` third album Genesis. It is available digitally on the internet. This song also appears on the WOW Hits 2006 compilation album. ==Track listing== ==Chart performance== ==Awards== In 2006, the song was nominated for a Dove Award for Pop/Contemporary Song of the Year at the...
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In mediaeval England, a hide was the amount of land that could support one household, and the hide unit of measurement was used for assessing taxation on land (geld).
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The skin of the animal. A by-product on the animal post slaughter.
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The skin of the animal. A by-product on the animal post slaughter.
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[unit] The hide was originally, in early Anglo-Saxon England (around the 7th century), an amount of land sufficient to support a family or household. Later it became a notional unit of assessment, which served to quantify the contribution to public liabilities to be made by the owners or inhabitants of an area of land. These liabilities inc...
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