I think that this is a very tough row to hoe, an a transformation that will take place over decades if it happens at all.
In a category called "About Cleveland" it reads: "im a hoe and I sleep with anybody and anything that has a DIKK."
We brush a little dirt around the plant, and firm it with the blade of the hoe.
And send some of the boys up here to help me hoe out a little.
Then by the nex' week they can't mustah up 'nough strength to hoe a row o' cawn.
He does it with a sort of hoe thing and puts them in a pail.
The offer of a hoe in exchange for her spatula was accepted with joy.
Corn meal is mixed with water and baked on the flat surface of a hoe or griddle.
Others asked by what right shall men who do not labor demand a portion of the crop from those who plant, hoe and harvest?
The man with the gun opened the way for the man with the hoe.
mid-14c., from Old French houe (12c.), from Frankish *hauwa, from Proto-Germanic *hawwan (cf. Old High German houwa "hoe, mattock, pick-axe," German Haue), from PIE *kau- "to hew, strike" (see hew). The verb is first recorded early 15c. Related: Hoed; hoeing.
A prostitute or other disreputable woman: like many of her sisters of the streets (she calls them ''hos'')/ The bar was a hangout for players and hos
[1960s+; fr Southern or black pronunciation of whore]