hurloid facies hur·loid facies (hûr’loid’)
The coarse gargoylelike facial appearance characteristic of the mucopolysaccharidoses and mucolipidoses.
[hur-lee] /ˈhɜr li/ noun, plural hurlies. 1. commotion; hurly-burly. 2. British. . [hur-lee] /ˈhɜr li/ noun, plural hurleys, hurlies. British. 1. the game of hurling. 2. the leather-covered ball used in hurling. 3. the stick used in hurling, similar to a field hockey stick but with a wide, flat blade. 4. Informal. a club or […]
[hur-lee-bur-lee, -bur-] /ˈhɜr liˈbɜr li, -ˌbɜr-/ noun, plural hurly-burlies. 1. noisy disorder and confusion; commotion; uproar; tumult. adjective 2. full of commotion; tumultuous. /ˈhɜːlɪˈbɜːlɪ/ noun (pl) hurly-burlies 1. confusion or commotion adjective 2. turbulent also hurlyburly, 1530s, apparently an alteration of phrase hurling and burling, reduplication of 14c. hurling “commotion, tumult,” verbal noun of hurl […]
[hyoo r-ok or, often, yoo r-] /ˈhyʊər ɒk or, often, ˈyʊər-/ noun 1. Sol(omon) 1888–1974, U.S. impresario, born in Russia.
[hyoo r-uh n, -on or, often, yoo r-] /ˈhyʊər ən, -ɒn or, often, ˈyʊər-/ noun 1. a member of an Indian tribe, the northwestern member of the Iroquoian family, living west of Lake Huron. 2. an Iroquoian language, the language of the Huron Indians. 3. Lake, a lake between the U.S. and Canada: second largest […]