any of several moths of the genus Daepana, characterized by the hooked point on each forewing
beautiful hook-tip, a similar but unrelated species, Laspeyria flexula
[hoo k-ten-der] /ˈhʊkˌtɛn dər/ noun 1. (in lumbering) the supervisor of a rigging crew.
[hoo k-uhp] /ˈhʊkˌʌp/ noun 1. an act or instance of hooking up. 2. an assembly and connection of parts, components, or apparatus into a circuit, network, machine, or system. 3. the circuit, network, machine, or system so formed. 4. a device or connection, as a plug, hose, or pipe, for conveying electricity, a water supply, […]
[hoo k] /hʊk/ noun 1. a curved or angular piece of metal or other hard substance for catching, pulling, holding, or suspending something. 2. a fishhook. 3. anything that catches; snare; trap. 4. something that attracts attention or serves as an enticement: The product is good but we need a sales hook to get people […]
[hoo k-ee] /ˈhʊk i/ noun 1. unjustifiable absence from school, work, etc. (usually used in the phrase play hooky): On the first warm spring day the boys played hooky to go fishing. [hoo k-ee] /ˈhʊk i/ adjective, hookier, hookiest. 1. full of . 2. hook-shaped. /ˈhʊkɪ/ noun 1. (informal, mainly US & Canadian, NZ) truancy, […]