Swiss GermanHiub(adj) sheltered from winds.

If you're in the Alps trying to eat some cheese and chocolate but it's windy and cold a.f., what you're looking for is a "hiubs plätzli", i.e. a place that is sheltered from wind. Related to that is the expression "hiube hinech", meaning "have a nice evening", but literally "I wish you an evening without any winds". I haven't heard it used for other times of the day. You can also say that the weather is "hiub", meaning that it's not windy. You'd only use it during seasons where it winds a lot, like late summer & autumn.