What is hint?

  • (noun): A slight indication.
    Synonyms: clue
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on hint, hints:

Hardware Information Navigational Tool
... The Hardware Information Navigational Tool, or HINT, is an information web service developed by the former AG Communications Systems (now Alcatel-Lucent) which displays ... HINT started out as an internal resource used by GTD-5 EAX Engineering Services, Remote Technical Assistance, and Sales Support ... and the 5ESS product lines, numerous requests were made by HINT users to develop and expand the scope of HINT so that it includes the 5ESS switching system ...
Hint - Uppercase
... HINT = Hardware Information Navigational Tool HINT = Hierarchical INTegration, a computer benchmark ... HiNT = Nord-Trøndelag University College (Norwegian Høgskolen i Nord-Trøndelag) HINTS = Health Information National Trends Survey ...
... Identifiers Symbols HINT1 HINT NMAN PKCI-1 PRKCNH1 External IDs OMIM 601314 MGI 1321133 HomoloGene 3904 ChEMBL 5878 GeneCards HINT1 Gene EC number 3.-.-.- Gene Ontology Molecular ...
Hint (musician) - Recent Career
... After Hombre Recordings ceased operation, Hint signed to Brighton label Tru Thoughts ... Drawing on his love of Drum and Bass, House and Hip Hop, Hint's releases for the label took a more energetic, bass-heavy direction ... The release in 2008 of Hint's second album Driven From Distraction saw him collaborate for the first time in the studio with vocalists and other musicians, including (on the song "Muddled Morning") a ...
Eye & I - Track Listing
... All songs produced by Kardinal Offishall, except "Sweet Marie" and "Jeevin (Life)", produced by Saukrates ... "Breakdown (Keep Moving)" is co-produced by Saukrates ...

More definitions of "hint":

  • (verb): Drop a hint; intimate by a hint.
    Synonyms: suggest

Famous quotes containing the word hint:

    Although my parents have never been the kind to hint around about grandchildren, I can think of no better tribute to them than giving them some.... I can’t help thinking that the cycle is not complete until I can introduce them to a child of their child. And I can think of no better comfort when they are gone than to know that something of them lives on, not only in me but in my children.
    —Anne Cassidy. “Every Child Should Have a Father But....,” McCall’s (March 1985)

    Let the maiden, with erect soul, walk serenely on her way, accept the hint of each new experience, search in turn all the objects that solicit her eye, that she may learn the power and charm of her new-born being, which is the kindling of a new dawn in the recesses of space.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    My travel’s history,
    Wherein of antres vast and deserts idle,
    Rough quarries, rocks, and hills whose heads touch heaven,
    It was my hint to speak—such was my process—
    And of the cannibals that each other eat,
    The anthropophagi, and men whose heads
    Do grow beneath their shoulders.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)