[hoh-zee] /ˈhoʊ zi/
verb (used without object), hoseyed, hoseying. Informal. New England.
to choose sides, as in a children’s game.
[Sephardic Hebrew haw-shah-nah rah-bah; Ashkenazic Hebrew hoh-shah-naw rah-baw] /Sephardic Hebrew hɔ ʃɑˈnɑ rɑˈbɑ; Ashkenazic Hebrew hoʊˈʃɑ nɔ ˈrɑ bɔ/ noun 1. the seventh day of the Jewish festival of Sukkoth, occurring on the twenty-first day of Tishri and having a special liturgy containing a series of invocations to God for forgiveness and salvation.
salvation. (1.) The original name of the son of Nun, afterwards called Joshua (Num. 13:8, 16; Deut. 32:44). (2.) 1 Chr. 27:20. The ruler of Ephraim in David’s time. (3.) The last king of Israel. He conspired against and slew his predecessor, Pekah (Isa. 7:16), but did not ascend the throne till after an interregnum […]
[hoh-zher] /ˈhoʊ ʒər/ noun 1. a person who makes or deals in hose or stockings or goods knitted or woven like hose. /ˈhəʊzɪə/ noun 1. a person who sells stockings, etc n. late 14c., hosyere “hose-maker” (attested as a surname from late 12c.), from hose (n.) + -ier, French-influenced agent noun suffix.
[hoh-zhuh-ree] /ˈhoʊ ʒə ri/ noun 1. stockings or socks of any kind. 2. the business of a . /ˈhəʊzɪərɪ/ noun 1. stockings, socks, and knitted underclothing collectively n. stocking collectively, 1775, from hosier + -y (1). As “factory where hose is made,” from 1803.