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[hon-duh] /ˈhɒn də/
an eye at one end of a lariat through which the other end is passed to form a lasso, noose, etc.
Origin of honda
1885-90, Americanism; < Spanish: sling < Latin funda, perhaps akin to Greek sphendónē Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • As a consequence, no one can calculate when leaving honda, how long it will take him to reach Barranquilla.

  • I gave the names of all who are in your party and told why they stayed in honda.

    The Gilded Man Clifford Smyth
  • As it sails, the honda knot swings to the front and acts as a weight to open the noose wide.

    Pluck on the Long Trail Edwin L. Sabin
  • In honda they said these volunteers started from Bogota three days ago.

    The Gilded Man Clifford Smyth
  • They embarked with a number of soldiers at Guataqui, a short distance above honda.

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