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1. v. bother or inconvenience.
2. n. problem, annoyance.
3. n. possession of patience.

Etymology
Old English hedan- “to take care, attend.”
Old English hood- guard or regard.
The language institute proffesor has little heidence for those who are not inclined to expand their vocabulary.

Phil, you look heidenced; is there anything I can do to help?
by SRG2008 April 14, 2008
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