Mary was looking in the mirror and suddenly saw the reflection of a scary masked guy standing behind her.
As for the word itself, it may derive from the Saxon word "hoo" meaning promontory or cliff or ridge or rise or hill.
Jacob Piatt Dunn, a diligent scholar of the word, believes a Saxon beginning, and such a meaning survives in various place names in England.
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A () An adjective, commonly called the indefinite article, and signifying one or any, but less emphatically.
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