[hok-it] /ˈhɒk ɪt/
a technique in medieval musical composition in which two or three voice parts are given notes or short phrases in rapid alternation, producing an erratic, hiccuping effect.
[hok-it] /ˈhɒk ɪt/ noun 1. Charles, 1916–2000, U.S. linguist and anthropologist.
[hok-ee] /ˈhɒk i/ noun 1. . 2. . /ˈhɒkɪ/ noun 1. Also called (esp US and Canadian) field hockey 2. See ice hockey /ˈhɒkɪ/ noun 1. (East Anglian, dialect) Also hawkey, horkey n. after an isolated reference from Ireland dated 1527 (“The horlinge of the litill balle with hockie stickes or staves …”), the word […]
noun 1. a tubular ice skate having a shorter blade than a racing skate and often having a reinforced shoe for protection.
noun, U.S. and Canada. Informal. 1. a mother who spends much time driving her children to hockey rinks, watching their games, and encouraging their participation in the sport: Hockey moms are made of tough stuff. noun a woman with hockey-playing children, particularly one devotes much time and effort in supporting this activity Examples Sarah Palin […]