Meaning of HIP in English

HIP

I. noun Etymology: Middle English ~e, from Old English hēope; akin to Old High German hiafo ~ Date: before 12th century rose ~ , II. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English hype; akin to Old High German huf ~ Date: before 12th century 1. the laterally projecting region of each side of the lower or posterior part of the mammalian trunk formed by the lateral parts of the pelvis and upper part of the femur together with the fleshy parts covering them, ~ joint , the external angle formed by the meeting of two sloping sides of a roof that have their wall plates running in different directions, III. interjection Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1827 — used in a cheer IV. adjective (~per; ~pest) Etymology: alteration of 2hep Date: 1904 1. having or showing awareness of or involvement in the newest developments or styles , very fashionable ; trendy , aware or appreciative of something, ~ly adverb V. transitive verb (~ped; ~ping) Date: circa 1932 to make aware ; tell , inform , VI. noun Date: 1952 ~ness

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