- 1883, Howard Pyle, The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood, Chapter XIII
- "Hilloa, brother," quoth Tuck, "let me aid thee." So saying, he took the key from the other's hand and quickly opened the door with a turn of it.
- 1847, James Malcolm Rymer and Thomas Peckett Prest, The String of Pearls Chapter 32
- 'Ah,' muttered Todd to himself, 'I like boys of a religious turn. They are much easier managed, for the imagination in such cases has been cultivated at the expense of the understanding. Hilloa, who have we here?'
(third-person singular simple present hilloas, present participle hilloaing, simple past and past participle hilloaed)
- (obsolete) To holler, shout loudly