Used to urge hounds on during a fox hunt.
To urge (hounds) on during a fox hunt by shouting “tallyho” when the fox is sighted.
To shout “tallyho” as a hunting cry.
The cry of “tallyho.”
A fast coach drawn by four horses.
In fox hunting, used by a hunter to signify that he or she has sighted the fox.
A cry of “tallyho”
A coach drawn by four horses.
A simple greeting, exclusively used by the upper classes.
Tallyho chaps! What's the time, anybody?
Alright, I'll give them the old tallyho.
To articulate the interjection.
I'll tallyho once we've got to the top.
Origin of tallyho
- Probably alteration of French taïaut from Old French thialau, taho
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition