Hay (disambiguation)

Hay is dried grass.

Hay may also refer to:

* Armenians (Hay is the Armenian name for Armenian people)
* Hay Grade (a system for job evaluation and grading) Hay Guide Chart
* Hey, a letter in the Hebrew alphabet
* Hay, slang for bed (e.g. "hit the hay", "roll in the hay").
* The Hay Group, an international human resource consultancy

Places

*Hay, New South Wales, Australia
*Hay, Cornwall, England
*Hay Field, West Yorkshire, England
*Hay Green, Norfolk, England
*Hay Green, Hertfordshire, England
*Hay Green, Essex, England
*Hay Head, Staffordshire, England
*Hay Islands, Nunavut, Canada
*Hay Mills, Birmingham, England
*Hay Mills, Worcestershire, England
*Hay Street, Hertfordshire, England
*Little Hay, Staffordshire, England
*Hay-on-Wye, Brecknockshire, Wales
*Hay Township, Michigan, USA
*Hay River, two towns and rivers in Canada

People

:"See Hay (surname)"

See also

*Hay Festival
*Haye, village in Cornwall

Disambiguation pages

*Hayes
*Hays
*Hey
*La Haye
*Hay Street


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