[huhb-uh huhb-uh] /ˈhʌb ə ˈhʌb ə/
(an exclamation of admiration, approval, or enthusiasm, used especially by G.I.’s of World War II as a shout in appreciation of a pretty girl.)
an exclamation of approval or enthusiasm
U.S. slang cry of excitement or enthusiasm, first recorded 1944.
Quickly; immediately; on the double
An exclamation of delight, relish, etc, esp at the sight of a woman
[WWII armed forces; origin unknown; perhaps a version of a Chinese greeting how-pu-how, apparently adopted by US airmen from Chinese pilot trainees; perhaps originally a bit of gibberish used to imitate the clamor of conversation, esp when soldiers get the command ”Parade rest,” after which one can talk, as distinct from the command ”At ease,” after which one must remain silent and contribute to no hubbub]
[huhb-erd] /ˈhʌb ərd/ noun 1. Elbert Green, 1856–1915, U.S. author, editor, and printer. 2. L(afayette) Ron(ald) 1911–86, U.S. science-fiction writer and religious leader. 3. Mount, a mountain on the Alaska–Yukon Territory border, in the Saint Elias Mountains. 14,950 feet (4557 meters).
noun 1. a variety of winter squash having a green or yellow skin and yellow flesh.
[huhb] /hʌb/ noun 1. the central part of a wheel, as that part into which the spokes are inserted. 2. the central part or axle end from which blades or spokelike parts radiate on various devices, as on a fan or propeller. 3. a center around which other things revolve or from which they radiate; […]
[huhb-uh l] /ˈhʌb əl/ noun 1. Carl Owen (“King Carl”; “The Meal Ticket”) 1903–88, U.S. baseball pitcher.