"dirt, filth," also hor; from Old English horh "phlegm," horu "foulness," from Proto-Germanic *horwo- (cf. Old Frisian hore, Old High German horo, Old Norse horr), perhaps imitative.
He met there Capt. hore and Mr. Swan, who will immediately commence the reconstruction of the boat.
Colonel hore's gallant Australians and Rhodesians had just been relieved.
The entire operations from this side were conducted by Colonel hore.
They were already in the fort that was held by Colonel hore and his staff!
Mr. hore, the naval attaché of the British Embassy, also left this morning for Tours.
Journal, with most interesting notes by Mr. hore of Wexford.
The one which we must rank as the earliest is an undated hore ad vsum Romanum, signed 'Jo.
We feared a ruse, and whispered to Colonel hore, as he advanced to meet the commandant, to be careful.
The second was in 1536, under a leader named hore—a voyage of which a graphic account is given in Hakluyt.
Suddenly hore heard the prowling tiger leave the cover at last.