Or hyde; Anglo-Saxon unit of measurement used to measure the extent of arable land; it varied from about 296 ha/120 acres in the east of England to as little as 99 ha/40 acres in Wessex. One hide was regarded as sufficient to support a peasant and his household; it was the area that could be plowed in a season by one plow and one team of oxen. The hide was the basic unit of assessment for taxation and military service; under Norman rule it became the basis for the feudal tax of hidage.
1. Body covering of a living animal; SYN. pelt, skin.
2. The dressed skin of an animal (especially a large animal); SYN. fell.
hide | englesko - srpski prevod
(Irregular preterit, past participle: hid, hidden).
1. To be or go into hiding; keep out of sight, as for protection and safety: SYN. hide out.
2. To go into hiding or conceal oneself.
3. To prevent from being seen or discovered; SYN. conceal.
old unit of land area equal to 120 acres.