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Video: Hoe: Meaning Of The Expression In The Chat
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"Hoe" comes from English and is a slang, derogatory term for a prostitute. Often you will also find the shorter version "ho". It is a modified form of the English word "whore". Similarly, the expression "bitch" can be used, for example. The term “hoe” also appears in the current abbreviation “c”.
Further abbreviations and terms from chats with their meanings can be found in the video:
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So someone who uses this expression insults another user or degrades someone. It is a vulgar swear word and should not be used in online areas after the netiquette.
Expression is also used in many texts in the hip-hop scene.
"Hoe": examples of use
Alternatively, "hoe" is also the harmless English word for a garden tool with which you can dig up the earth, the hoe. You can find examples of using the expression on Twitter:
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