[hoh-tur; French oh-tœr] /hoʊˈtɜr; French oʊˈtœr/
haughty manner or spirit; arrogance.
1620s, from French hauteur “haughtiness, arrogance,” literally “height,” from Old French hauture (12c.) “height, loftiness; grandeur, majesty,” from haut (see haught).
[oht-vyen] /oʊtˈvyɛn/ noun 1. a department in central France. 2145 sq. mi. (5555 sq. km). Capital: Limoges. /French otvjɛn/ noun 1. a department of W central France, in Limousin region. Capital: Limoges. Pop: 353 788 (2003 est). Area: 5555 sq km (2166 sq miles)
[oh mond; French oh mawnd] /ˌoʊ ˈmɒnd; French oʊ ˈmɔ̃d/ noun 1. high society. /o mɔ̃d/ noun 1. high society
[hou] /haʊ/ noun 1. a clambering tree, Hibiscus tileaceus, of tropical shores, having leathery, ovate leaves and yellow flowers that turn dark red as they fade, and yielding a fiber used as cordage.
[oh-ran] /oʊˈrɛ̃/ noun 1. a department in NE France. 1354 sq. mi. (3505 sq. km). Capital: Colmar. /French orɛ̃/ noun 1. a department of E France in Alsace region. Capital: Colmar. Pop: 722 692 (2003 est). Area: 3566 sq km (1377 sq miles)