[hoo-stoh-nee-uh] /huˈstoʊ ni ə/
any North American plant, belonging to the genus Houstonia, of the madder family, especially H. caerulea, the common bluet.
any small North American rubiaceous plant of the genus Houstonia, having blue, white, or purple flowers
[hyoo-stoh-nee-uh n] /hyuˈstoʊ ni ən/ noun 1. a native or resident of , Texas.
/ˈhaʊtɪŋ/ noun 1. a European whitefish, Coregonus oxyrhynchus, that lives in salt water but spawns in freshwater lakes: a valued food fish
[hoo-in-uh m, hwin-uh m, win-] /huˈɪn əm, ˈʰwɪn əm, ˈwɪn-/ noun 1. (in Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels) one of a race of horses endowed with reason, who rule the Yahoos, a race of degraded, brutish creatures having human form. 1727, in “Gulliver’s Travels,” coined by Swift to suggest whinnying.
1. high-occupancy vehicle: a car or other vehicle carrying a required minimum number of passengers, usually two. high-occupancy vehicle