[hohl-puh n] /ˈhoʊl pən/
a past participle of .
(archaic) a past participle of help
[holz] /hɒlz/ plural noun 1. Sometimes, hol. British Informal. (def 5). /hɒlz/ plural noun 1. (Brit, school slang) holidays
[hohlst] /hoʊlst/ noun 1. Gustav Theodore [goo s-tahv] /ˈgʊs tɑv/ (Show IPA), 1874–1934, English composer. /həʊlst/ noun 1. Dame Alison. born 1938, New Zealand chef. 2. Gustav (Theodore). 1874–1934, English composer. His works include operas, choral music, and orchestral music such as the suite The Planets (1917)
[hohl-stahyn, -steen; for 2 also German hohl-shtahyn] /ˈhoʊl staɪn, -stin; for 2 also German ˈhoʊlˌʃtaɪn/ noun 1. Also called Holstein-Friesian [hohl-stahyn-free-zhuh n, -steen-] /ˈhoʊl staɪnˈfri ʒən, -stin-/ (Show IPA). one of a breed of black-and-white dairy cattle, raised originally in North Holland and Friesland, that yields large quantities of milk having a low content of […]
[hohl-ster] /ˈhoʊl stər/ noun 1. a sheathlike carrying case for a firearm, attached to a belt, shoulder sling, or saddle. verb (used with object) 2. to put or put back in a holster: to holster a gun. /ˈhəʊlstə/ noun 1. a sheathlike leather case for a pistol, attached to a belt or saddle 2. (mountaineering) […]