Inflected Form(s): plural 2hid•e•mies
Etymology: Hide from Middle English hiden, from Old English hȳdan; akin to Greek keuthein to conceal and Enemy from Middle English enemi, from Anglo-French, from Latin inimicus, from in- 1in- + amicus friend
Date: 21st century
1 : to put out of sight one that is antagonistic or an opponent.
2 : to evade a frenemy on Facebook by hiding them so you do not see their comments
Ex 2: I pressed the hide comment button on Joe, he is one of my many hidemies.