HOLE - [hohl] Show IPA noun, verb, holed, hol·ing.noun
an opening through something; gap; aperture: a hole in the roof; a hole in my sock.
a hollow place in a solid body or mass; a cavity: a hole in the ground.
the excavated habitation of an animal; burrow.
a small, dingy, or shabby place: I couldn't live in a hole like that.
a place of solitary confinement; dungeon.
Anna comes running up to me when I went to pick her up from school and we had the following conversation on the playground.
Anna: "Mommy, Mommy, guess what?"
Kata: "What, baby?"
Anna: "I have a hole"
Kata: "Miss Banana, don't be saying that. What do you mean you got a hole?"
Anna: "It's true, Mommy. I have a new hole. Wanna see?" *little girl opens her mouth wide as all hell*...See? I lost my front baby toof, Mommy. I'm gonna see the Toof Fairy and she's gonna give me money! Yeaaaa!!" (screaming loudly)
I just want to add one more definition to the word hole.....When your 7 yr old daughter comes up to tell you she lost her tooth.......HOLE is the word she chose to use!! Did you know that hole meant loose toof!? Ya do now.
Help me Lord!!!