Definition of Huzza. Meaning of Huzza. Synonyms of Huzza

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Definition of Huzza

Huzza
Huzza Huz*za", interj. [Cf. G. hussa, husa, interj., hurrah, huzza. [root]43. Cf. Hurrah.] A word used as a shout of joy, exultation, approbation, or encouragement.
Huzza
Huzza Huz"za, n. A shout of huzza; a cheer; a hurrah. They made a great huzza or shout. --Evelyn.
Huzza
Huzza Huz*za", v. i. [imp. & p. p. Huzzaed; p. pr. & vb. n. Huzzaing.] To shout huzza; to cheer.
Huzza
Huzza Huz*za", v. t. To receive or attend with huzzas. He was huzzaed into the court. --Addison.

Meaning of Huzza from wikipedia

- Huzzah (sometimes written hazzah; originally huzza, and in most modern varieties of English hurrah or ****ay) is, according to the Oxford English Dictionary...
- Huzzas (also referred to as Huzzawouie huzzas) is the name of a surf break off Gracetown, Western Australia. It is in proximity to a number of other surf...
- Bushel—bushel—sacks full, And my pockets full too! Huzza! — South Hams of Devon, 1871 Huzza, Huzza, in our good town The bread shall be white, and the...
- South Point is po****r because it works well when the breeze is ons**** and Huzzas, in the middle of the bay, is a less powerful wave that is po****r whenever...
- Since we, your braver sons incensed, our swords have girded on. Huzza! huzza! huzza! huzza, for War and Washington! Additional lyrics are provided at bartleby...
- "Bird in Hand" "Crab Yars" "Jah Jah Ah Natty Dread" "Psycha & Trim" "The Lion" "Huzza a Hana" "High Ranking Sammy" Return of the Super Ape at AllMusic...
- last verse with: Build it up with stone so strong, Dance o'er my Lady lee, Huzza! 'twill last for ages long, With a **** lady. The meaning of the rhyme is...
- was recorded as having turned to his colleague and stating: "I had their huzzas before: I have their hearts now." Robert Southey reported on the onlookers...
- is probably onomatopoeic in origin. The English hurrah was preceded by huzza, stated to be a sailors word, and generally connected with heeze, to hoist...
- King's troops ... at a distance of about sixty or seventy yards from us, huzzaing and on a quick pace toward us, with three officers in their front on horseback...
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