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hock2 to leave (something) temporarily in exchange for money borrowed, until such time as the money is repaid; pawn. [2 definitions]
hockey a sport played on ice, in which two teams of six skating players each try to drive a puck into each other's goal using angled hockey sticks; ice hockey. [2 definitions]
hockshop (informal) a pawnbroker's place of business.
hocus to defraud, hoax, or hoodwink. [3 definitions]
hocus-pocus meaningless or nonsensical words or phrases repeated by magicians. [2 definitions]
hod a tray set crosswise on top of a long handle, used for carrying bricks, mortar, or the like.
hodgepodge a confused, disorderly mixture or mess of diverse things; jumble.
Hodgkin's disease a progressive, sometimes fatal disease in which the lymph tissues, spleen, and kidneys become enlarged or inflamed.
hodoscope a device used to follow the paths of charged particles in a magnetic field.
hoe a garden tool with a flat crosswise blade at the end of a long handle, used for loosening the soil and weeding. [3 definitions]
hoedown a square dance. [2 definitions]
hog a domestic pig or swine, esp. one that weighs over 120 pounds, raised for meat. [4 definitions]
hogan a dwelling of the Navajo and other American Indians, constructed of earth walls supported by timbers.
hogback a long, sharp, mountainous ridge, often formed of steeply inclined strata.
hog cholera a contagious and usu. fatal viral infection that affects swine with fever, sluggishness, and other disorders.
hoggish resembling a hog, esp. in greediness or uncleanliness.
hognose snake any of several nonpoisonous snakes characterized by a thick body and an upturned snout.
hogshead a large barrel, esp. one that holds from 63 to 140 gallons. [2 definitions]
hogtie to tie the four legs of (an animal) together. [2 definitions]
hogwash scraps or garbage given to hogs; swill. [2 definitions]
ho-hum used to express tiredness, indifference, or boredom.