hola, mi padre, will you wash your hands in water before sitting down?
Saying this, the officer raised his voice and shouted “hola!”
No sooner was the king gone, than Chicot opened the door and called "hola!"
None of us answered, and I ran down the spar to be ready for what might happen, when 'hola!
"hola, mon gar.," said Aylward, seating himself upon a boulder by his side.
hola, young cock-sparrow, clad in the habit of the hoodie-crow!
A familiar way of referring to a man, either when speaking to, or about him: hola!
(He begins to run as if he came from a long way off, and cries out): hola!
The sight of passengers bound our way is like speaking a strange sail on the Atlantic, hola Camara!
hola is the Kanarese name for a dry-crop field, and Holeya means the man of such field.