[hoiks, hahyks] /hɔɪks, haɪks/
a cry used to encourage hounds to hunt Also yoicks
[hoid-n] /ˈhɔɪd n/ noun, adjective 1. . [hoid-n] /ˈhɔɪd n/ noun 1. a boisterous, bold, and carefree girl; a tomboy. adjective 2. boisterous; rude. /ˈhɔɪdən/ noun 1. a variant spelling of hoyden /ˈhɔɪdən/ noun 1. a wild boisterous girl; tomboy n. 1590s, of unknown origin; perhaps from Dutch heiden “rustic, uncivilized man,” from Middle Dutch […]
[hoi puh-loi] /ˈhɔɪ pəˈlɔɪ/ plural noun 1. the common people; the masses (often preceded by the). /ˌhɔɪ pəˈlɔɪ/ plural noun 1. (often derogatory) the masses; common people 1837, from Greek hoi polloi (plural) “the people,” literally “the many” (plural of polys; see poly-). Used in Greek by Dryden (1668) and Byron (1822), in both cases […]
[hoi-hou, -hoh] /ˈhɔɪˈhaʊ, -ˈhoʊ/ noun, Older Spelling. 1. .
[hoiz] /hɔɪz/ verb (used with object), hoised or hoist, hoising. Archaic. 1. to hoist.