noun, Older Slang.
a narcotics addict, especially an opium addict.
(slang, mainly US) a heroin or opium addict
“opium addict,” 1911, from hop (n.2) + head (n.) in the drug sense.
A drug addict; head: deprive a ”hophead” of narcotics/ the bench with its bittersweet words: winos, hopheads, the omnipresent graffiti (1911+ Narcotics)
pugilist or client, one of the two sons of Eli, the high priest (1 Sam. 1:3; 2:34), who, because he was “very old,” resigned to them the active duties of his office. By their scandalous conduct they brought down a curse on their father’s house (2:22, 12-27, 27-36; 3:11-14). For their wickedness they were called […]
noun 1. any of several Eurasian and North American trees of the genus Ostrya, of the birch family, especially O. virginiana, bearing hoplike fruiting clusters.
i.e., PHARAOH-HOPHRA (called Apries by the Greek historian Herodotus) king of Egypt (B.C. 591-572) in the time of Zedekiah, king of Judah (Jer. 37:5 44:30; Ezek. 29:6, 7).
[hoh-pee] /ˈhoʊ pi/ noun, plural Hopis (especially collectively) Hopi for 1. 1. a member of a Pueblo Indian people of northern Arizona. 2. a Uto-Aztecan language, the language of the Hopi Indians. /ˈhəʊpɪ/ noun 1. (pl) -pis, -pi. a member of a North American Indian people of NE Arizona 2. the language of this people, […]