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hay1 / / • n. grass that has been mown and dried for use as fodder. PHRASES: hit the hay inf. go to bed. hay2 • n. a country dance with interweaving steps similar to a reel. ∎  a winding figure in such a dance.

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hay grass cut and dried. OE. hēġ, hī(e)ġ = OS. hōi, OHG. hewi, houwi (Du. hooi, G. heu), ON. hey (whence the native word was reinforced), Goth. hawi :- Gmc. *χaujam, f. *χauwan cut down, HEW.

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hay
1. An enclosure or hedge.

2. Part of a forest that has been fenced off for hunting.

3. Grass that has been conserved by drying and that is to be used later as feed or bedding for livestock.

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hay
1. An enclosure or hedge.

2. Part of a forest which has been fenced off for hunting.

3. Grass that has been conserved by drying to be used later as feed or bedding for livestock.

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