hind (n.) 1
boor, fellow, rustic, peasant
1H4 II.iii.17 [Hotspur alone, to the writer of a letter he is reading] you are a shallow cowardly hind
2H6 III.ii.271 [Suffolk to Salisbury] the commons, rude unpolished hinds
2H6 IV.ii.114 [Stafford to rebels] Rebellious hinds
2H6 IV.iv.33 [First Messenger to King, of Cade] His army is a ragged multitude / Of hinds and peasants
CE III.i.77 [Dromio of Syracuse to Dromio of Ephesus] Out upon thee, hind!
Cym V.iii.77 [Posthumus alone, of death] I will ... yield me to the veriest hind that shall / Once touch my shoulder
LLL I.ii.113 [Armado to Mote, of Jaquenetta] that I took in the park with the rational hind Costard
RJ I.i.65 [Tybalt to Benvolio] art thou drawn among these heartless hinds? [also: sense 3]