[woo d-ruh f] /ˈwʊd rəf/
Hiram, 1817–67, Canadian driver, trainer, and breeder of harness-racing horses.
any of several rubiaceous plants of the genus Galium, esp G. odoratum (sweet woodruff), of Eurasia, which has small sweet-scented white flowers and whorls of narrow fragrant leaves used to flavour wine and liqueurs and in perfumery
[hir-uh tsoo-kuh; Japanese hee-rah-tsoo-kah] /ˌhɪrˈətsu kə; Japanese hiˈrɑ tsʊˌkɑ/ noun 1. a city in central Honshu, Japan, near Yokohama.
[hur-sahyn, -sin] /ˈhɜr saɪn, -sɪn/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or resembling a goat. 2. having a goatish odor. 3. lustful; libidinous. /ˈhɜːsaɪn; -sɪn/ adjective 1. (archaic) of or like a goat, esp in smell 2. (literary) lustful; lascivious adj. “goat-like,” 1650s, from Latin hircinus “pertaining to a goat,” from hircus “he-goat, buck,” probably related […]
hircus hir·cus (hûr’kəs) n. pl. hir·ci (-sī’)
[hahyuh r] /haɪər/ verb (used with object), hired, hiring. 1. to engage the services of (a person or persons) for wages or other payment: to hire a clerk. 2. to engage the temporary use of at a set price; rent: to hire a limousine. noun 3. the act of hiring. 4. the state or condition […]