The Collaborative International Dictionary
Haik \Haik\ (h[=a]k; Ar. h[aum]*[-e]k), n. [Ar. h[=a]["i]k, fr.
h[=a]ka to weave.]
A large piece of woolen or cotton cloth worn by Arabs as an
outer garment. [Written also hyke.]
n. 1 (alternative form of haik English) 2 (alternative form of huke English)
Usage examples of "hyke".
The Disk of Hyke was then forced to take evasive manoeuvres of its own, and finally destroyed the missile with a second volley.
Behind Dom the Disk of Hyke towered over the desert for twenty-three decks, looking more than anything like a scaled-up 19th century riverboat.
Somehow, the camp looked forsaken and forlorn without the massive presence of the Disk of Hyke, and Scame, looking at the back of Marguerite Dom ahead of him, saw for the first time a fallible, undefended individual man.
Only the element of surprise had enabled them to gain this much, even though the Disk of Hyke had departed.
The Disk of Hyke had returned, accompanied by a Legitimacy battlecruiser.
Dort Lancin, his older and more taciturn brother Artur, Dumaroy, Jotter Hyke, Val Palasco, Connar Jaffe, Sim Starle-but no Logan Quade.
You, Jaffe, an” Hyke, and Palasco – Only don’t you come whinin’ to me when you’re cleaned out, and there’re goat tracks all over your ranges.
You, Jaffe, an’ Hyke, and Palasco – Only don’t you come whinin’ to me when you’re cleaned out, and there’re goat tracks all over your ranges.
You, Jaffe, an' Hyke, and Palasco – Only don't you come whinin' to me when you're cleaned out, and there're goat tracks all over your ranges.