[hil-uh-ree] /ˈhɪl ə ri/
Sir Edmund P. 1919–2008, New Zealand mountain climber who scaled Mt. Everest 1953.
a male or female given name.
Sir Edmund. 1919–2008, New Zealand explorer and mountaineer. He and his Sherpa guide, Tenzing Norgay, were the first to reach the summit of Mount Everest (1953); New Zealand ambassador to India (1984–89)
[hil-bil-ee] /ˈhɪlˌbɪl i/ Often Disparaging and Offensive. noun, plural hillbillies. 1. a term used to refer to a person from a backwoods or other remote area, especially from the mountains of the southern U.S. (sometimes used facetiously). adjective 2. of, like, or relating to hillbillies: hillbilly humor. /ˈhɪlˌbɪlɪ/ noun (pl) -lies 1. generally (derogatory) an […]
noun 1. folk music combined with elements of popular music in which the banjo, fiddle, and guitar are principal instruments: a type of music that originated in mountain regions of the southern U.S. 2. country-and-western music.
noun 1. a racing event for motorcycles or automobiles in which competitors drive up a hilly course one at a time, the winner having the fastest time. noun 1. a competition in which motor vehicles attempt singly to ascend a steep slope as fast as possible
- Hill country
noun 1. (NZ) (in North Island) elevated pasture land for sheep or cattle