Even the most beautiful hinds, like these:
Photo by Hillebrand Steve.
are imbued with a hint of the annoying and clingy by reason of their name.
Then there are hind legs, which, however skilled or delicious, are usually only called hind when they're being cocked or balanced upon.
Otherwise a hind is a simple peasant (a simple peasant: not even a complex or interesting peasant, with, say, a long-standing interest in woodlice, folk dance, or botulism).
But pity most of all the fishy sort of a hind:
Poor things. Their closest relatives are the gropers.
Word Not To Use Today: hind. The behind sort of hind comes from the Old English hindan, which means at the back; the deer sort of hind comes also from Old English hind and is related to the Greek kemas young deer and the Lithuanian szmúlas hornless. The peasant sort of hind comes from the Old English hine, from hīgan, servant.