Hoy

• (n.) A small coaster vessel, usually sloop-rigged, used in conveying passengers and goods from place to place, or as a tender to larger vessels in port. • (interj.) Ho! Halloe! Stop!
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Hoy

[boat] A hoy was a small sloop-rigged coasting ship or a heavy barge used for freight, usually displacing about 60 tons. The word derives from the Middle Dutch hoey. In 1495, one of the Paston Letters included the phrase, An hoye of Dorderycht (a hoy of Dordrecht), in such a way as to indicate that such contact was then no more than mildly ...
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Hoy

[Peruvian newspaper] HOY Regional is a Peruvian newspaper, published in the city of Hu√°nuco. It first appeared in 1986, under the name Via Gerencia. It was founded by a professional journalist and entrepreneur, David Orosco Alania (who died in November 2010 at the age of 57). Since 1996, it has been a daily newspaper, first under the name ...
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Hoy

[U.S. newspaper] Hoy is part of Tribune, publishing two of the leading Spanish language newspapers in Chicago and Los Angeles. Hoy and Hoy Fin de Semana have a combined weekly distribution of nearly 1.8 million copies nationally. Hoy claims the largest Spanish-language daily newspaper Monday-Friday in Chicago and the Los Angeles Hoy Fin de ...
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Hoy

Hoy interj. [ Dutch hui . Confer Ahoy .] Ho! Halloe! Stop!
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Hoy

Hoy noun [ Dutch heu , or Flem. hui .] (Nautical) A small coaster vessel, usually sloop-rigged, used in conveying passengers and goods from place to place, or as a tender to larger vessels in port. « The hoy went to London every week.» Cowper.
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Hoy

A hoy was a small vessel, usually rigged as a sloop, and employed in carrying goods and passengers short distances coastwise, and sometimes in conveying goods and people to and from larger vessels and the shore during the 15th to 18th centuries. Hoys varied in size between 12 and 50 tons displacement and many operated like river taxis, being hailed...
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HOY

Head of year
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HOY

Head of Year
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Hoy

Hoy, island, 13 mi (21 km) long and 6 mi (9.7 km) wide, off N Scotland, second largest of the Orkney Islands. It is located at the southwestern side of the Scapa Flow anchorage. Ward Hill (1,565 ft/477 m) is one of many hills on the island; magnificent cliffs line the shore. There are some farms in ...
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hoy

large one-decked boat
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Hoy

second largest of the Orkney Islands of northern Scotland, located 2 miles (3 km) west of the island of Mainland, across the Sound of Hoy. Hoy is a ...
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hoy

today
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hoy

type of boat, single deck, commonly rigged as a sloop
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