"named, called" (archaic), from levelled past participle of Middle English highte, from Old English hatte "I am called" (passive of hatan "to call, name, command") merged with heht "called," active past tense of the same verb. Hatte was the only survival in Old English of the old Germanic synthetic passive tense. The word is related to Old Norse heita, Dutch heten, German heißen, Gothic haitan "to call, be called, command" (see cite).
1. She dropped a valuable suggestion at the party last hight.
2. Has the patient got a hight fever?
病人发高烧了 吗 ?
3. I'm a student at a hight school in Berlin.
4. But It'still continue hight continues at a high rate in many countries.
5. They checked their weight and hight one by one.