hest

[hest]
noun Archaic.

Origin:
before 1150; Middle English hest(e), Old English hǣs; akin to hātan to bid

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hest (hɛst)
 
n
an archaic word for behest
 
[Old English hǣs; related to hātan to promise, command]

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