In the “My English ain’t so good” department

In modern parlance, the word “hoe” has taken on new meaning?:

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Origin: Middle English: from Old French houe, of Germanic origin; related to German Haue, also to hew.

Example: “If you are not a hoer, you are not a gardener, and it will be a disaster.”

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