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.
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
[hil-krest] /ˈhɪlˌkrɛst/ noun 1. a city in central Maryland, near Washington, D.C.
[hil-el, -eyl, -uh l, hi-leyl; Sephardic Hebrew hee-lel] /ˈhɪl ɛl, -eɪl, -əl, hɪˈleɪl; Sephardic Hebrew hiˈlɛl/ noun 1. (“ha-Zaken”) c60 b.c.–a.d. 9? Palestinian rabbi, president of the Sanhedrin and interpreter of Biblical law: first to formulate definitive hermeneutic principles. /ˈhɪlɛl; -ləl/ noun 1. ?60 bc–?9 ad, rabbi, born in Babylonia; president of the Sanhedrin. He […]