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A small valley that sits between two mountains, often littered with small homes or trailers.

Hollar is a term used most often in states like Kentucky and Virginia.
“ Sam and Hailey live down in that hollar out near Pikeview, right near them train tracks.”
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(also spelled holler in some areas, especially Kentucky) A very old Southern USA term meaning "down the road a spell" or, more accurately, "down in the valley a ways." Used a couple of hundred years before anyone had ever heard of Gangsta or "white, pasty people misusing Gangsta words."
Step out on the porch and give a yell down the hollar to your brother.
by White-pasty-Danny February 01, 2007
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Verb. An old hick word meaning to yell.
Noun. A small dip between hills not large enough to be considered a valley.
When you are ready to leave just hollar at me.
I saw your horse in the hollar down past pens.
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1. Middle-america's try-to-be-urban cool version of "holla," an endearing solicitation for verbal replies as popularized by the Rocafella clique.

2. Cool urban youth's making fun of the played out "holla" that Middle America has adopted with their unknowing mispronunciation of the slang that was cool approximately 1 1/2 years ago
"Yo Jeb! Stop at the General Store and cop me a Phillie and a 40 ounce bottle of Old E and meet me on the dirt road near our old fishin hole! Hollar!"
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