A word used by Rodney Atkins in the song "In The Middle" referring to the hills and hollows found in the state of Tennessee.
Hills and hollers all around.
in the south east mountains of the united states this word is used instead of hollow;A small rising valley region between two hills or mountains;often containing a creek; and of course it can also mean to scream or yell.
He ben mared bout fie yer now ;livin bout a mile up tu holler he got a place onu east side the crik.=He has been married about five years now;living about a mile up the hollow;he has a place on the east side of the creek
1. v. To shout loudly, especially when in pain.
2. v. To yell at ill-behaved children who normally reside in the southern United States.
3. v. To address a friend, colleage, or object of romantic pursuit; the caucasian form of "holla."
4. v. An expression meant to express agreement with another person's declarative statement; the caucasian form of "holla."
1. "When he dropped the hammer on my foot, I hollered so loud that the whole neighborhood could hear!"
2. "I could see Cletus tryin' to kiss his sister from across the yard, so I hollered at him to stop before I got my favorite switch."
3. "Holler at your boy," or "Holler at me tomorrow, girl."
4. Person 1: "Yo you have no business pimpin' like that with those new sneaks, son."
Person 2: "Holler at a baller. I got 'em yesterday."
noun. Version of the word "hollow" in the southern dialect.
"Spend my dollar, parked in the holler 'neath the mountain moonlight" -Alabama
a friendly term used to express excitement by a person lacking color (caucasians)
Karen: Hey theres a hot party tonight
fyi: karen and pat are both preppy white kids
1. Interjection: an exlamation of greeting. 2. Verb: a) to party; b) enjoyable, pleasing or beautiful.
1. Holler, Tom. Holler back, Pete.
2. a) Gordon got split
and hollered into the wee hours. b) I recommend the trout meuniere; it hollers.
phrase used when you see a hot guy or girl.
Wow! Did you see that guy over there? 'Holler!'