[ hˈɔ͡ɪ], [ hˈɔɪ], [ h_ˈɔɪ]
How to use "Hoy" in context?
The word "hoy" has two meanings, both of which are derived from the Old Spanish word *huey. One meaning is a young or immature horse. The other meaning is a fool or an ignoramus.
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