Definition of holla in English:

holla

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Pronunciation: /ˈhɒlə
 
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exclamation

archaic
Used to call attention to something: ‘Holla! what storm is this?’

Origin

early 16th century (as an order to stop or cease): from French holà, from ho 'ho!' + 'there'.

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