an impetuous or reckless person; a hothead.
[pur-see] /ˈpɜr si/
Sir Henry (“Hotspur”) 1364–1403, English military and rebel leader.
Thomas, 1729–1811, English poet and antiquary: bishop of Dromore 1782–1811.
Walker, 1916–90, U.S. essayist and novelist.
a male given name, form of .
an impetuous or fiery person
Harry Hotspur, the nickname of Sir Henry Percy See Percy
Sir Henry, known as Harry Hotspur. 1364–1403, English rebel, who was killed leading an army against Henry IV
Thomas. 1729–1811, English bishop and antiquary. His Reliques of Ancient English Poetry (1765) stimulated the interest of Romantic writers in old English and Scottish ballads
- Hot standby routing protocol
protocol (HSRP) A CISCO standard, defined in RFC 2281, that calls for a mirrored router in passive mode to send hello packets, wait for a lead router to die and, without dropping a packet, take over from that router. Note: “standby”, not “swappable” (and certainly not “swapable”). (2005-01-26)
- Hot-stove league
[hot-stohv] /ˈhɒtˈstoʊv/ noun 1. devotees of a sport, especially baseball, who meet for off-season talks. noun sports fans’ enthusiastic discussion of sports news and issues, esp. in the off-season
noun, Slang. 1. a person or thing of exceptional interest or merit. 2. something unconventional, sensational, or daring: This movie is hot stuff. 3. a person who is erotically stimulating or is easily aroused sexually. noun (informal) 1. a person, object, etc, considered important, attractive, sexually exciting, etc 2. a pornographic or erotic book, play, […]
verb See hot swap