Hood may refer to: Contents. 1 Covering. 1.1 Apparel; 1.2 Anatomy; 1.3 Other coverings; 1.4 Rail transport uses. 2 Art, entertainment and media. 2.1 Fictional ...


Hood College. ... Partnerships. Hood works cooperatively with many community partners to enhance the quality of life in the region.


Adjective: Someone who is from an inner city and expresses the essence of urban culture. Not to be confused with ghetto because a person can be hood but not ...


Since 1846, the name Hood® has been synonymous with fresh, quality dairy products that taste great. Always good. Always Hood.


Hood definition is - a flexible covering for the head and neck. How to use hood in a sentence.


From Middle English hood, hod, from Old English hōd, from Proto-Germanic * hōdaz (cognate with Saterland Frisian Houd, West Frisian/Dutch hoed, German ...


-hood. A substantive suffix denoting a condition or state of being. child - childhood. A substantive suffix denoting a group sharing a specified condition or state.


Hood definition, a soft or flexible covering for the head and neck, either separate or attached to a cloak, coat, or the like. See more.


4 vs. Hood. Rescheduled from Apr. 19. Recap | Box Score. Apr 20. Women's Track and Field Final. t-28th at Widener Invitational. @ Widener University. Recap.