Hop

Hop or hops may refer to:

  • Hop, a kind of small jump, usually using only one leg
  • Humulus, a genus of climbing flowering plants
    • Humulus lupulus, a species of plants which is grown commercially in many countries to produce hops
    • Hops, the female flower clusters of one species of hop (Humulus lupulus and varieties), used primarily as a flavouring and stability agent in beer
  • Hop, a type of dance, including:
    • Lindy Hop, a swing dance of the 1920s and 1930s
    • Sock Hop, an informal dance
  • Hop River, a river in Connecticut, USA
  • Hop, informal term for opium, a narcotic drug
  • Hop (software), a web broker and programming language
  • Hop (networking), next gateway along a path to a destination host
  • Hop (protein), the Hsp70-Hsp90 organizing protein
  • Hop (telecommunications), a telecommunications term in several different contexts
  • Hop, a 2002 film starring Jan Decleir
  • Hop (film), a 2011 film

Other articles related to "hop":

Mariah Carey - Honors and Awards
... Hot 100 All-Time Top Songs and second on Top Billboard Hot 100 R B/Hip-Hop Songs. 13th album and second Christmas album, Merry Christmas II You, debuted at No.1 on the R B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, making it only the second Christmas album to top that ... named Carey in their "Top 50 R B/Hip-Hop Artists of the Past 25 Years" chart at number four ...
Grammy Award - Criticism
... and commented on The Recording Academy's exclusion of more "mature" hip hop albums as Album of the Year nominees, noting that it occasionally opts to nominate "pop-friendly" hip hop albums instead ... which was well enough, because hip-hop was almost completely marginalized" ...
List Of One-word Stage Names - M
1909–1984), Cuban musician Macromantics (born 1980), Australian hip hop artist Madhavi (born 1962), Indian actress Madhoo (born 1972), Indian actress ... Brazilian Bossa Nova singer Maysa (born 1966) American jazz singer mcenroe, Canadian hip hop musician McG (born 1970), American film producer and director Mdot ... New Zealand singer-songwriter and documentary maker Mobonix, American rap artist and hip hop producer Moby (born 1965), American musician Mocca (born 1982 ...
Hop Count
... In computer networking, hop count refers to the intermediate devices (like routers) through which data must pass between source and destination, rather than flowing directly over a ... Hop count is therefore a basic measurement of distance in an network ... By itself, hop count is not a useful metric for determining the optimum network path, as it does not take into consideration the speed, load, reliability, or latency of any ...
List Of One-word Stage Names - K
1973), Mexican actor Khrysis, American hip hop producer Kiara (born 1963), Venezuelan singer, actress and TV presenter Kiki (1901–1953), French artists' model, nightclub singer, actress, and painter Kimbra (b ...

Famous quotes containing the word hop:

    I have tried being surreal, but my frogs hop right back into their realistic ponds.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)