- 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
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Examples from the Web for honda
No top boss of any status is going to be driving a Honda station wagon around.Japan’s Mega Banks Have Mega Yakuza Trouble
Jake Adelstein, Nathalie-Kyoko Stucky
November 27, 2013
But each month, new hybrid models hit the car lots—from Toyota, yes, but also from Ford, Honda, and General Motors.U.S. Car Fleet Sold in August Most Fuel-Efficient Ever
September 16, 2013
In the same month, General Motors sold 234,071, Ford 193,080, Chrysler 140,120 and Honda 141,439.Wall Street Hearts Tesla
August 26, 2013
Toyota and Honda saw sales rose by 16.5 percent and 21 percent, respectively.Consumers Push July U.S. Auto Sales Up Sharply
August 1, 2013
The Ford Fiesta starts at $14,000, Toyota Corolla at $16,230, and the Honda Fit at $15,425.Young Americans Are Abandoning Car Ownership and Driving
July 5, 2013
On his way from Honda to Bogota he—well, he simply vanished.
I gave the names of all who are in your party and told why they stayed in Honda.
In Honda they said these volunteers started from Bogota three days ago.
“I telegraphed from Honda that we were coming,” said Herran in Spanish.
It was the Lady Kano who had denounced Honda, and apparently invented the plot.An Artist's Letters From Japan
John La Farge