No mention of his birthplace, no hinting at his citizenship, no allusions to Kenya.
The Internet gossipers immediately speculated that Kadyrov might well be hinting at the existence of a second wife.
Geometric forms line the wall and fill the room with a subtle scent of pine – hinting at the name.
c.1600, apparently from obsolete hent, from Middle English hinten "to tell, inform" (c.1400), from Old English hentan "to seize," from Proto-Germanic *hantijanan (cf. Gothic hinþan "to seize"), related to hunt (v.). Modern sense and spelling first attested in Shakespeare.
1640s, from hint (n.). Related: Hinted; hinting.