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Saltos de línea: hind

adjetivo

[attributive]
(Especially of a bodily part) situated at the back; posterior: a hind leg
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This was associated with infection by a flatworm or fluke infection called Ribeiroia, which formed cysts near the hind legs.
  • The same held true when they injected the drug into multiple ganglia that connect to the tail and hind legs.
  • Herodotus rejoins that camels have four thighbones in their hind legs, and that their genitals face backwards.
Sinónimos

Frases

on one's hind legs

1
see leg.

Origen

Middle English: perhaps shortened from Old English behindan (see behind).

Palabras que riman con hind

affined, behind, bind, blind, find, humankind, interwind, kind, mankind, mind, nonaligned, resigned, rind, unaligned, unassigned, unconfined, undefined, undersigned, undesigned, unlined, unrefined, unsigned, wynd

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hind 2 Saltos de línea: hind

sustantivo

A female deer, especially a red deer or sika in and after the third year.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Our second visit was a success and as we got closer to the farm we saw a group of hinds and deer gracing peacefully in the fields near the farm.
  • Highland landowners have predicted ‘genocide’ if close seasons, which vary for stags and hinds, are ended.
  • It said the harbourer could recognise stags but not hinds.

Origen

Old English, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch hinde and German Hinde, from an Indo-European root meaning 'hornless', shared by Greek kemas 'young deer'.

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hind 3 Saltos de línea: hind

sustantivo

archaic, chiefly Scottish
1A skilled farm worker, typically married and with a tied cottage.
1.1A farm steward or bailiff.
1.2A peasant or rustic.

Origen

Late Old English hīne 'household servants', apparently from hīgna, hīna, genitive plural of hīgan, hīwan 'family members'.

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