Definition of Hillite in English:

Hillite

noun

Australian
informal
  • A spectator who watches a sporting event from a seating area which consists of an uncovered slope.

    ‘he walked to his fielding position in front of the Hillites’
    • ‘A number of the Hillites began to wolf-whistle.’
    • ‘Once when he was in the outfield with his back to the Hillites, an untoward and over-beered barracker made insulting remarks about his size.’
    • ‘No jeering from the usually super-caustic Hillites at the Sydney Cricket Ground.’
    • ‘Barnes was hooted roundly by the Hillites and members.’
    • ‘An icy gale sent Hillites stampeding across the field.’

Origin

Early 20th century: from the Australian sense of hill ‘an uncovered area of rising ground for spectators at a sporting event’ + -ite.

Pronunciation

Hillite

/ˈhɪlʌɪt/