[hoo-moo-hoo-moo-noo-koo-noo-koo-ah-poo-ah-ah] /ˌhu muˌhu muˌnu kuˌnu kuˌɑ puˈɑ ɑ/
either of two triggerfishes, especially Rhinecantus aculeatus, of Indo-Pacific coral reefs.
- Hum tone
noun 1. a note produced by a bell when struck, lying an octave or (in many English bells) a sixth or seventh below the strike tone Also called (esp Brit) hum note
noun 1. a city in SW California, near Los Angeles.
noun 1. a town on W Long Island, in SE New York.
[huhn-tris] /ˈhʌn trɪs/ noun 1. a woman who hunts. 2. a mare used as a hunting horse. late 14c.; see hunter + -ess. Old English had hunticge.