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Hollo, vb., to cry holla or hollo: “she hears some huntsman h.” Ven. 973. trans. == 1) to utter loudly: “h. your name to the reverberate hills,” Tw. I, 5, 291 (O. Edd. hallow and hollow). “as many lies as may be --ed in thy ear,” R2 IV, 54. in his ear I'll h. Mortimer, H4AI, 3, 222 (Ff holla). 2) to cry to: “if I fly, h. me like a hare,” Cor. I, 8, 7. “h. the other,” Lr. III, 1, 55 (Ff holla).
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