Associations to the word «Hays»
HAY, noun. (uncountable) Grass cut and dried for use as animal fodder.
HAY, noun. (countable) Any mix of green leafy plants used for fodder.
HAY, noun. (slang) Cannabis; marijuana.
HAY, noun. A net set around the haunt of an animal, especially a rabbit.
HAY, noun. (obsolete) A hedge.
HAY, noun. (obsolete) A circular country dance.
HAY, verb. To cut grasses or herb plants for use as animal fodder.
HAY, verb. To lay snares for rabbits.
HAY, noun. The name of the letter for the h sound in Pitman shorthand.
HAY DEVIL, noun. A small whirlwind, usually of short duration, that swirls hay pieces and parts to great heights
HAY FEVER, noun. An allergy to the pollen of grass or other plants that causes symptoms similar to those of a cold; pollinosis.
HAY RIDE, noun. A leisurely ride in an open cart filled with hay throughout a scenic area.
HAY RIDE, noun. (figuratively) Any easy task.
HAY TEA, noun. The juice of hay extracted by boiling, used as food for cattle, etc.
HAY WAGON, noun. A wagon used to carry hay.
HAY WAGON, noun. An open cart filled with hay used for tourist hay rides.
HAY WAIN, noun. (obsolete) A large open vehicle, drawn by horses, used to carry loads of hay; a haywagon.
HAY WAINS, noun. Plural of hay wain
HAY, noun. Grass mowed and cured for use as fodder.
HAY, verb. Convert (plant material) into hay.
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