hisen etymology

Middle English word hisen comes from Proto-Germanic *hiz (This.)

Detailed word origin of hisen

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*hiz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) This.
his Old English (ang)
his Middle English (enm)
his English (eng) (archaic) Used as a genitive marker in place of ’s after a noun, especially a masculine noun ending in -s, to express the possessive case. [from 11th c.]. (dated) Belonging to a person of unspecified gender.. (obsolete) Its; belonging to it. (Now only when implying personification.) [11th-17th c.]. Belonging to him. [from 8th c.] That which belongs to him; the possessive case of he, used [...]
hisen Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as hisen

Descendants of *hiz
a ha halloo halou halow he heer her her-for here hider hiderto hidir hire hiren hirne his hit hither hyre hær it