Him
Him \Him\ (h[i^]m), pron. Them. See {Hem}. [Obs.] --Chaucer. [1913 Webster]

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  • HIM — en 2008. Datos generales Origen Helsinki, Finlandia …   Wikipedia Español

  • HIM — HIM …   Википедия

  • HIM — is the objective form of he.Him or HIM may also refer to:Music* HIM (Finnish band), a Finnish Love metal band * HIM (Japanese Band),a J Rock band * HiM (American band), a post rock group from the United States of America * Him , a 1980 song by… …   Wikipedia

  • him — [ weak ım, strong hım ] pronoun *** Him can be used in the following ways: as a pronoun, being the object form of he: I don t trust him. My sister plays tennis with him. in a one word answer or after the verb to be : Who said that? Him. I knew it …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Him — Him, pron. [AS. him, dat. of h[=e]. [root]183. See {He}.] The objective case of he. See {He}. [1913 Webster] Him that is weak in the faith receive. Rom. xiv. 1. [1913 Webster] Friends who have given him the most sympathy. Thackeray. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • him — W1S1 [ım strong hım] pron [object form of he ] [: Old English;] 1.) used to refer to a man, boy, or male animal that has already been mentioned or is already known about ▪ Are you in love with him? ▪ Why don t you ask him yourself? ▪ He repeated… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • him — /him/, pron. 1. the objective case of he, used as a direct or indirect object: I ll see him tomorrow. Give him the message. 2. Informal. (used instead of the pronoun he in the predicate after the verb to be): It s him. It isn t him. 3. Informal.… …   Universalium

  • him — [him] pron. [OE him, dat. of he, he, merged in sense with hine, acc. of he] objective form of HE1 [help him; give him the book ]: also used as a predicate complement with a linking verb, although this usage is objected to by some [ that s him ] …   English World dictionary

  • HIM — …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • him — O.E. him, originally dative masc. and neut. of HE (Cf. he); beginning 10c. it replaced hine as masculine accusative, a regional process completed by 15c. The dative roots of the m ending are retained in German (ihm) and Dutch (hem). Hine persists …   Etymology dictionary

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