noun, plural tallyhos.
Chiefly British. a mail coach or a four-in-hand pleasure coach.
a cry of “tallyho.”.
the cry of a hunter on first sighting the fox.
verb (used with object), tallyhoed or tallyho’d, tallyhoing.
to arouse by crying “tallyho,” as to the hounds.
verb (used without object), tallyhoed or tallyho’d, tallyhoing.
to utter a cry of “tallyho.”.
interjection 1. the cry of a participant at a hunt to encourage the hounds when the quarry is sighted noun (pl) -hos 2. an instance of crying tally-ho 3. another name for a four-in-hand (sense 1) verb -hos, -hoing, -hoed, -ho’d 4. (intransitive) to make the cry of tally-ho
noun, plural tallies. 1. an account or reckoning; a record of debit and credit, of the score of a game, or the like. 2. Also called tally stick. a stick of wood with notches cut to indicate the amount of a debt or payment, often split lengthwise across the notches, the debtor retaining one piece […]
noun, plural tallymen. 1. a person who tallies or keeps account of something. 2. British. a person who sells merchandise on the hire-purchase system. noun (pl) -men 1. a scorekeeper or recorder 2. (dialect) a travelling salesman for a firm specializing in hire-purchase
noun 1. Thomas, Tallis, Thomas. noun 1. Thomas, c1505–85, English organist and composer, especially of church music. noun 1. (Judaism) a fringed shawl worn by Jewish men during morning prayers noun 1. Thomas. ?1505–85, English composer and organist; noted for his music for the Anglican liturgy