[hol-uh] /ˈhɒl ə/
(used as an informal greeting.)
(an informal exclamation of enthusiasm, joy, etc.)
(used especially during a hunt) .
Obsolete. cease! halt!
as a command to “stop, cease,” 1520s, from French holà (15c.). As a command to get attention, from 1580s. As an urban slang form of holler (v.) and meaning “greet, shout out to,” it was in use by 2003.
- Holkham hall
/ˈhəʊkəm; ˈhɒlkəm/ noun 1. a Palladian mansion near Wells in Norfolk: built 1734–59 by William Kent for Thomas Coke
[hol-uh nd] /ˈhɒl ənd/ noun 1. John Philip, 1840–1914, Irish inventor in the U.S. 2. Sir Sidney (George) 1893–1961, New Zealand political leader: prime minister 1949–57. 3. the Netherlands. 4. a medieval county and province on the North Sea, corresponding to the modern North and South Holland provinces of the Netherlands. 5. a city in […]
1841, from French sauce hollandaise “Dutch sauce,” from fem. of hollandais “Dutch,” from Hollande “Holland.”
[hol-uh n-deyz, hol-uh n-deyz] /ˈhɒl ənˌdeɪz, ˌhɒl ənˈdeɪz/ noun 1. a sauce of egg yolks, butter, lemon juice, and seasonings. /ˌhɒlənˈdeɪz; ˈhɒlənˌdeɪz/ noun 1. a rich sauce of egg yolks, butter, vinegar, etc, served esp with fish