[hoo-luh-hoop] /ˈhu ləˌhup/
a brand name for a tubular plastic hoop, about 4 feet (1.2 meters) in diameter, for rotating about the body by swinging the hips, used for physical exercise or in children’s play: introduced in the 1950s.
[hoo-luh-hoo-luh] /ˈhu ləˈhu lə/ noun 1. . [hoo-luh] /ˈhu lə/ noun 1. a sinuous Hawaiian native dance with intricate arm movements that tell a story in pantomime, usually danced to rhythmic drumming and accompanied by chanting. /ˈhuːlə/ noun 1. a Hawaiian dance performed by a woman n. “traditional dance of Hawaii,” 1825, from Hawaiian. As […]
noun 1. a skirt made of long stems of grass bound to a waistband, worn typically by a Hawaiian hula dancer. 2. an imitation of this skirt made of any material. noun 1. a skirt made of long grass attached to a waistband and worn by hula dancers
weasel, a prophetess; the wife of Shallum. She was consulted regarding the “book of the law” discovered by the high priest Hilkiah (2 Kings 22:14-20; 2 Chr. 34:22-28). She resided in that part of Jerusalem called the Mishneh (A.V., “the college;” R.V., “the second quarter”), supposed by some to be the suburb between the inner […]
[hoo l-der] /ˈhʊl dər/ noun, Scandinavian Mythology. 1. one of a race of sirens, living in the woods, seductive but dangerous.