AskDefine | Define hora

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English

Noun

Hora
  1. A Romanian and Israeli folk dance.

Catalan

Etymology

From Latin hōra "hour"

Noun

hora (plural: hores)

Czech

Etymology

Common Slavic *gora

Pronunciation

  • /ɦora/

Declension

Derived terms

Interlingua

Noun

hora (plural horas)

Derived terms

Latin

Etymology

From ὢρα "care, concern"

Pronunciation

  • /ˈhoː.ra/

Noun

  1. hour, time
    "...Et in hora mortis nostrae." — "...And in the hour [time] of our death." (from the prayer Ave Maria [Hail Mary])
  2. o'clock
  3. season; time of year
hōrā

Inflection

Descendants

Portuguese

Etymology

From Latin hōra "hour"

Noun

hora (plural: horas)

Slovak

Noun

hora , hory p
hor stem
hôr

Derived terms

Spanish

Etymology

From Latin hōra "hour"

Noun

  1. hour
    Hay veinticuatro horas por el día. (There are twenty-four hours in a day.)
  2. time
    ¿Qué hora es? (What time is it?)
    Ya es hora de ir. (It's time to go.'')

Related terms

Swedish

Pronunciation

Noun

sv-noun-reg-or hor hora

Verb

hora

Related terms

Extensive Definition

Hora may refer to
hora in German: Hora
hora in Spanish: Hora (desambiguación)
hora in French: Hora
hora in Slovak: Hora
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