Hest

• (n.) Command; precept; injunction.
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Hest

Hest noun [ Anglo-Saxon h...s , from h...tan to call, bid. See Hight , and confer Behest .] Command; precept; injunction. [ Archaic] See Behest . 'At thy hest .' Shak. « Let him that yields obey the victor's hest .» Fairfax.
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hest

[Archaic] a behest; a bidding; an order. Miranda was commanded not to reveal her name.
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