hijsen

eysi

Woordenlijst Sranan . 2010.

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  • hoist — [16] The history of hoist cannot be traced back very far. It is an alteration of a now defunct hoise (probably due to the mistaking of the past form hoised for a present form), which itself was an alteration of an earlier heise. This probably… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • hissen — Vsw (Segel, Fahne) hochziehen erw. fach. (16. Jh.) Stammwort. Aus der niederdeutschen Seemannssprache (mndd. hissen); offenbar lautmalend nach dem Geräusch, das entsteht, wenn Taue über Rollen o.ä. gezogen werden. Neuer auch heißen (aus nndl.… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • hoist — (v.) 1540s, to raise, earlier hoise (c.1500), probably originally past tense of M.E. hysse (late 15c.), which is probably from M.Du. hyssen (Du. hijsen) to hoist, related to Low Ger. hissen and O.N. hissa upp raise. A nautical word found in most… …   Etymology dictionary

  • hoist — verb raise by means of ropes and pulleys. ↘haul up. noun 1》 an act of hoisting. 2》 an apparatus for hoisting something. 3》 the part of a flag nearest the staff. 4》 a group of flags raised as a signal. Phrases hoist one s flag (of an admiral) take …   English new terms dictionary

  • hissen — hissen: Das aus der niederd. Seemannssprache stammende Verb ist lautmalenden Ursprungs und ahmt das eigentümliche Geräusch nach, das beim Aufziehen der Segel oder dgl. entsteht. Niederd. hissen entspricht gleichbed. niederl. hijsen. Aus der… …   Das Herkunftswörterbuch

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