How to spell HEI correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell hei correctly

  • he He doesn't love me.
  • heir She thought much more of him than of us, because he was a boy, and was to be the heir to the property.
  • hem He came up to his brother, beaming with joy, kissed the hem of his robe, and told him in a tone of triumph that he hoped to become a father.
  • hen "He needn't bring a hen, because he belongs to the family.
  • hep "Ain't you hep yet?" George betrayed some little exasperation in addition to his disappointment.
  • hew With their swords they then hew away at their shields, helmets, and hauberks.
  • hex One thing, however, he had learned was that the hex at least worked on humans.
  • hi This," touching the disfiguring blue patch again, "was a closer miss, Hi.
  • lei Umilissima serva di Lei, Signore, mi commandi.
  • pei It is easy to conceive how strong an impression the refusal of an individual to comply with the ceremonies of the country was likely to make on the minds of the Emperor and his court; how much they must have suffered in their own opinion, and how greatly must their pride have been mortified, to find that by no trick, nor artifice, nor stretch of power, could they prevail on an English Embassador to forego the dignity and respect due to the situation he held at their court, whither they were now convinced he had not come, as was signified in painted letters on the colours of the ships that transported the embassy up the Pei-ho, "to offer tribute to the Emperor of China."
  • wei Japan invaded the peninsula more frequently than before, and our emissaries were despatched to the Chinese province established to the north of it. Nay, not only that, some of them penetrated into the interior of China proper, as far as the capital of Wei, and on the way back seem to have been escorted by a Chinese official stationed in the peninsular province.
  • Her I'll tell her to ask her mother."
  • Hey And how are the good ladies, hey; and how are you yourself?
  • Hui The Master said, Hui treated me as his father.
  • HES "A' can hardly believe ma ears, Jess, an' the Sabbath tae; their verra jidgment hes gane frae the fouk o' Drumtochty.
  • HEB 95:7, 8, 11; Heb.

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