hithe


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hithe

(haɪð) or

hythe

n
1. (Human Geography) archaic Brit a small harbour or landing-place
2. (Historical Terms) archaic Brit a small harbour or landing-place
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Worboys sold his home in Rother hithe, South East London, and a place in Harpenden, Herts, after he was jailed.
But confidence is hithe Thigh in the camp that they have hit form at the right time.
I would note a few concerns ranging from the pedantic--Englishmen's "blue boar" (160) for example is in the Spitalfields, not Queen Hithe (40)--to the fairly significant.
Trefnu i'w dalu wedi i mi ddod adre, a chwarae teg i Gwyn, aeth o a'r crysau at fy chwaer yn y Parc, ac mi ddoth hithe a nhw heibio ar ei ffordd i nol bwyd Indiaidd o dre (roedd yr hen ffliw 'na yn golygu mai aros adre i ddathlu fydden nhw).