v.欺騙 [ to deceive or trick.]
ex.to attempt to hoodwink public opinion; shut out the heavens with one palm(一手遮天).
hood n.風帽 (就像連帽T的那種帽子~)
n.蹄 [ the horny covering protecting the ends of the digits or encasing the foot in certain animals, as the ox and horse.]
ex. 口蹄疫 hoof-and-mouth disease / foot-and-mouth disease
n.環 [a circular band or ring of metal, wood, or other stiff material.]
ex. Hula hoop / basketball hoop
hook n.鉤、吊鉤 (小胖老師常說的"梗")
n.地平線 [The apparent intersection of the earth and sky as seen by an observer.]
ex. The sun has risen above the horizon.
n.範圍;眼界(常用horizons) [The range of one's knowledge, experience, or interest.]
ex. Good novels broaden your horizons.
adj.水平的 [ at right angles to the vertical; parallel to level ground.]
ex. horizontal lines. 水平線
ex. horizontal bar. 單槓(體操的那種)
n.荷爾蒙; 激素 [any of various internally secreted compounds, as insulin(胰島素)or thyroxine(甲狀腺素), formed in endocrine(內分泌的)glands(腺), that affect the functions of specifically receptive organs or tissues when transported to them by the body fluids.]
ps.2 激素果實/激激果實 (in One Piece)..看不懂就算了..XD
字源：1900–05; < Gk hormôn (prp. of hormân to set in motion, excite, stimulate)
n.角 [One of the hard, usually permanent structures projecting from the head of certain mammals, such as cattle, sheep, goats]
字源：O.E. horn "horn of an animal," also "wind instrument" (originally made from animal horns), from P.Gmc. *khurnaz (cf. Ger. Horn, Du. horen, Goth. haurn), from PIE(原始印歐語) *ker- "uppermost part of the body, head, horn, top, summit" (cf. Gk. karnon, L. cornu "horn").
corn 與 horn 的關係
n.雞眼(它是腳上硬硬的皮膚，不要去看眼科阿) [hardening of skin]
而corn"雞眼"這個字義也是從L. cornu而來的唷，演化到古法文中時意思為horn。雞眼的概念來自於"horn on foot"。
horn vs. cornet 短號--高音樂器
horr(to bristle with fear)-i-fic
adj.可怕的 [causing horror.]
ex. 911 is a horrific tragedy and it's touched a lot of hearts.
quiz： horrific 跟 horrible有什麼不同
ex. The hotel was horrible - just awful.
ex. Having to survive in the desert for eight days with very little water and practically no shelter from the sun was horrific.
hort(urge)-ative [ative = ate-ive]
adj.鼓勵的 [Marked by exhortation or strong urging;encouraging]
ex-hort(urge) [源義 to encourage greatly]
v.規勸、敦促 [to urge, advise, or caution earnestly]
ex. The teacher exhorts him to work hard.
n.園藝 [The science or art of cultivating fruits, vegetables, flowers, or ornamental plants.]
字源：L. hortus, garden; + (agri)culture.
adj.好客的,招待周到的 [Disposed to treat guests with warmth and generosity.]
ex. His clothes seemed to partake of his hospitable nature.
字源：hospit- 的意思是"host or guest"
adj.敵人的 [Of, relating to, or characteristic of an enemy]
ex. The town was surrounded by hostile troops.
note: 如果有你常觀看BBC Earth 之類的影片的話，應該會注意到 hostile 這個字是常常出現的，除了當作有敵意的，也指 unfriendly, or difficult. Ex: Antarctica is the most hostile environment on the Earth, where the average temperature in summer is -25C, so that there is no person permanently lives there. (2014補)
ps. 「well, some fell prey to(被捕食、折磨) hostile arrows as they tried to cross the plains.」(from 一首有名的歌曲--Sutter Mill)
ex. We had no hostility toward the new neighbor.
n.茅舍(通常是髒髒的、看起來得修理的那種小屋) [a small, very humble dwelling house; a wretched hut.]
ex. a hovel unblessed with electricity or running water.
hovel n.簡陋小屋 // grovel v.卑躬屈膝
shack n.簡陋小屋 // shackle v.加束縛 n.手銬、腳鐐 [manacle or fetter]
v. 盤旋, 翱翔 [To remain floating, suspended, or fluttering in the air]
ex. The helicopter hovered over the house.
ex. The dogs hovered around me while I was fixing their dinner.
ex. to hover between life and death.
聯想：h(igh) + over 高高在上盤旋著