[hawr-hound, hohr-] /ˈhɔrˌhaʊnd, ˈhoʊr-/
an Old World plant, Marrubium vulgare, of the mint family, having downy leaves and small, whitish flowers, and containing a bitter, medicinal juice that is used as an expectorant, vermifuge, and laxative.
any of various plants of the mint family.
a brittle candy or lozenge flavored with horehound extract.
Also called white horehound. a downy perennial herbaceous Old World plant, Marrubium vulgare, with small white flowers that contain a bitter juice formerly used as a cough medicine and flavouring: family Lamiaceae (labiates) See also black horehound
water horehound, another name for bugleweed (sense 1)
horehound hore·hound (hôr’hound’)
[hawr-guh n] /ˈhɔr gən/ noun 1. Paul, 1903–95, U.S. novelist and historian.
/ˈhɔːriː/ noun (pl) horis 1. a Māori 2. a falsehood adjective 3. of or relating to the Māori
/ˌhɔːrɪəˈtiːkɪ/ noun 1. a traditional Greek salad consisting of tomatoes, cucumber, onion, olives, and feta cheese
[hawr-ahyt, hohr-] /ˈhɔr aɪt, ˈhoʊr-/ noun 1. an ancient people of Edom living in the region of the Dead Sea, possibly identical with the Hurrians. 2. a member of this people.