A unit of liquid measure used by the ancient Hebrews, equal to about five liters.(noun)
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Use "hin" in a sentence
"If I say, "Leg die Feder hin" (Lay the pen down)! there sounds in response a _feder hin_."
"This idea also explains the intrusive -i- in the word hinθial 'spirit, ghost, shade' derived from the genitive of hinθ 'below, beneath, underneath' which we may now relate to an earlier form *hinθi."
"View It » this whole thing is very disturbing, I am not against any type of religion but it should be very obvious that muslims cannot be trusted, One of those preachers calls hin an '' hero '' give me a break"