hijehihee-JAY-heeplace or set down a perpendicular or standing objecttransitive verbput, stand (something)transitive verbput ontotransitive verbput downverbstandtransitive verbThis term refers to standing something up, not simply standing.unspec. comp. form ofhije-hiFree Variantijehiee-JAY-heeThis term refers to "putting" or "setting" something so that it is in a standing (upright) position. An example would be putting up a Christmas tree.Comparehinąnkiunspec. comp. form ofhinąnge-hiunspec. comp. form ofnąnge1 1-hi 1contracted variant ofhinąngehihiwehiunspec. comp. form ofhiwe2 1-hiput one's own standing object or collection of objects on anythingput a standing object or a collection of objects on anythingplace a standing inanimate object or a collection of inanimate objects on anythingput a standing inanimate object or a collection of small things down againlet them or it aloneput ontoput it hereplace homogeneous objects by themselves in each pileplace upright objects or a number of small objects in separate pilesdivide them into two lots or heapspull open a little, or to push to a little, as a doorput aside a standing inanimate object, or a number of small objects, not one's own, in order to hide it or themplace a standing object or collection of things inside a lodge, etc.put outside, said of a pile or collection of objectsput inanimate objects in a heapset up in a slanting position, as a fence postplace a perpendicular object bottom-upwards