Ultimately, the stories in hos, Hookers, Call Girls, and Rent Boys are all about money, says Sterry.
Kai toinyn ho logos hkein eoiken ho peri ts threpses, hos d loipos esti kai tritos hn ex archs prouthemetha.
There is a very interesting allusion to "the valley of Achor" in hos.
Turtle Said "he know'd about the last war, and he never heer'd of that company of hos Guards nowhere."
And he (or his spawn) is called "a spirit of fornication," hos.
hos quoque duos vellemus habere venerandos, ut protectores, ut advocatos.
hos globos ad Mathematicas artes promovendas manu propria à se caelatas luculentissime dedicat consacratque Jodocus Hondius ann.
What follows is most characteristic: hos itaque meo facili judicio ternos facio.
hos versus, sicut nobis quidam veridicus retulit, Segardus junior de Sancto Audomaro composuit.
Or perhaps rather the holy land itself, as Hitzig suggested: hos.
exclamation of surprise, etc., c.1300; as an exclamation calling attention or demanding silence, late 14c. Used after the name of a place to which attention is called (cf. Westward-Ho) it dates from 1590s, originally a cry of boatmen, etc., announcing departures for a particular destination. Ho-ho-ho expressing laughter is recorded from mid-12c.
by 1999, American English slang, representing a ghetto pronunciation of whore.
The symbol for the element holmium.
The symbol for holmium.
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]