Grass that has been mown and dried for use as fodder,
A country dance with interweaving steps similar to a reel
A winding figure in such a dance
grass mowed and cured for use as fodder
convert (plant material) into hay
(hays) United States lawyer and politician who formulated a production code that prescribed the moral content of United States films from 1930 to 1966 (1879-1954)
(hays) United States lawyer involved in several famous court trials (1881-1954)
(hays) a town in central Kansas
Hay is grass, legumes or other herbaceous plants that have been cut, dried, and stored for use as animal fodder, particularly for grazing livestock such as cattle, horses, goats, and sheep. Hay is also fed to pets such as rabbits and guinea pigs. ...
"Hay" is the lead single from Crucial Conflict's debut album, The Final Tic. Produced by member Wildstyle, "Hay" became the group's only charting single and their breakthrough hit, peaking at No. 18 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 2 on the Hot Rap Singles chart. ...
Hay is a surname, and may refer to * Alexander Hay (1806–1882), Mayor of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania * Andrew Leith Hay, Scottish soldier, politician and author * Andrew Ross Hay, First commoner to file by Queen Mother's Coffin, Radio Haslar presenter
* Barry Hay, Dutch musician
* Bill Hay, ...
(Hays (KS)) Hays is a city in and the county seat of Ellis County, Kansas, United States. It is the largest city in northwestern Kansas and an economic and cultural center of the region. Hays is also a college town, home to Fort Hays State University. ...
(Hays (Pittsburgh)) Hays is a neighborhood in the 31st Ward of southeastern Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is represented on by the representative of (currently Doug Shields). It occupies ZIP codes 15227, 15207, and 15236. It is named after James H. ...
(Hays (surname)) Hays is the surname of: * Alexander Hays, a general in the Federal army during the American Civil War * Anna Mae Hays, first woman in the U.S. ...
(Hays) My maiden name. I loved being a Hays before I got married. I loved it so much, it was difficult for me to give it up...so I didn't. I stopped using my middle name and use my maiden name as my middle name. S still doesn't know that legally, I'm still a Hays.
(Haies) ridges of land that separated each district
If you dream of mowing hay, you will find much good in life, and if a farmer your crops will yield abundantly. To see fields of newly cut hay, is a sign of unusual prosperity. ...
A green itchy material that collects between layers of clothing, especially in unmentionable places.
Similar to 'grassy', only more so.
Heb. hasas (Prov., xxvii, 25), a dried herb for cattle. "Stubble" in Is., v, 24; xxxiii, 11, also translates hasas.
v Cohoes County, 2 NY (2 Comst) 159, 161; 51 Am Dec 279 (1849) (as the law "prohibits all direct injury," if one cannot do activity without casting debris upon neighbor, due to "the higher right of others to the lawful possession of their property," the perpetrator "must abandon that mode of ...
Sleep on the job; any kind of sleep. Caboose was sometimes called hay wagon
Dried feed such as rye, alfalfa, clover, grass or oats. Hay is gathered by a piece of farm machinery (a baler) that processes it into rectangular or round bales.
slang for hash or hashish, from the flowering tops and leaves of Indian hemp, which were called "dry vegetation" by Arabs, and used as an intoxicant. Compare HUBBLE-BUBBLE, GRASS, STICK, CAN SA, PIGTAIL, DOPE, JUNK, STONED, TAR BABY.
Product such as alfalfa and certain grasses which are cut, baled and fed to animals.
A flavor characteristic found in certain teas at certain seasons; a woody, grassy, or stalky flavor. Undesirable in black teas, not always desirable in oolongs and greens.
William Delisle (1887), Text Book of British Fungi, London: Swan Sonnenschein etc.
is essential for the health of all rabbits for a variety of reasons. A steady supply of hay will help prevent hairballs and other digestive tract problems in rabbits. Additionally, it provides a number of necessary vitamins and minerals at a low calorie cost. ...