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Definition of the noun 'hood
What does 'hood mean as a name of something?
- (slang) a neighborhood
- examples: It's so hot that you could cook an egg on the hood of a car. | We are familiar with the legend of Robin Hood. | Open the hood. | A confidence man polishes his "hood winking" or "eye-washing" techniques before bilking a new victim. | Once upon a time, there lived in a village a little girl called Little Green Hood. | Brothers Grimm’s Little Red Riding Hood has a neutral gender, while Charles Perrault’s has a masculine one. | A wily hunter, Christopher Columbus once donned a red riding hood and went into the forest. Without a doubt, he attracted the Big Bad Wolf, grabbed him, and dragged the screaming wolf back to his ship. | I told you to open the hood, not the trunk. | Some people describe Tom as a cross between Robin Hood and Zorro. | Tom pulled his jacket hood over his head.
- usage: argot / cant / jargon / lingo / patois / slang / vernacular
- lexical domain: Locations - nouns denoting spatial position
- more generic terms: locality / neck of the woods / neighborhood / neighbourhood / vicinity = a surrounding or nearby region
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The Dictionary of Anthropology is a comprehensive explication of basic terms and concepts of archaeology, cultural anthropology, linguistics, and physical anthropology. The terms have been selected from standard source and instructional materials, and include identifications of some major early contributors to anthropology. This is the only collection in any language of the specialized vocabularies of all the fields of anthropology. It is a handbook not only for anthropologists but for everyone interested in the study of man and of man's cultural and physical heritage. - 1559 pages
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