A tool with a-flat knife attached roughly at the right direction to an extended handle, utilized for weeding, cultivating, and gardening.
An agricultural tool comprising a lengthy handle with a set knife fixed perpendicular to it at the conclusion, utilized for digging rows.
Alternative spelling of ho. A prostitute.
some land that juts out towards ocean; a promontory.
an instrument mainly for searching up weeds, and arranging the earth about plants in industries and home gardens. Its made from a-flat knife of iron or steel having a watch or tang where its attached with a wooden handle at an acute position.
The horned or piked dogfish. See Dogfish.
An implement for looking, scraping, or loosening earth, cutting weeds, etc., manufactured in various types.
the most popular dogfish, Squalus acanthias or Acanthias vulgaris; also, a name of various other kinds of sharks. See cut under dogfish.
A variant of how.
An obsolete type of ho.
a tool with a flat blade affixed at correct angles to an extended handle