hez

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Verb[edit]

hez

  1. Eye dialect spelling of has.
    • 1896, Bret Harte, In a Hollow of the Hills[1]:
      He's here with some of his folks az hez got inter trouble--I'm forgettin' to tell ye.
    • 1904, Harold Steele Mackaye, The Panchronicon[2]:
      "Well, then, you c'n explain it to them as hez ben to high school, an' that's sister Phoebe.
    • 1911, Eugene Field, Second Book of Tales[3]:
      Jim was visibly excited; he let go the telephone, and, turning around, full over against us, he said, "By ----, boys! the stage hez been robbed!"

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin faex, faecis.

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Noun[edit]

hez f (plural heces)

  1. dregs, sediment
  2. (derogatory) scum
  3. (in the plural) excrement, dung

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