Kentucky, you're a white hillbilly from Kentucky who doesn't know his arse from a hole in the ground.<quoted text>
Not to keen on the Black slang,
What's wrong with AAVE?
Anywho, I thought you'd like to see what the ultimate authority on the English language has to say.
holla, int. and n.
Pronunciation:(/ˈh ɒlə/, rarely /hɒˈl 93;ː/)
Forms: Also 15–17 hola.
Etymology: < French holà(15th cent. in Littré)‘stop’,‘cease’, also a call to excite attention:‘hoe there, enough, soft soft, no more of that; also, heare you me, or come hither’(Cotgrave).(Show Less)
†1. An exclamation meaning Stop! cease! Hence to cry holla; to give the holla to , to stop or check by this call. Obs.
1523 Ld. Berners tr. J. Froissart Cronycles I. ccclxv. 597 Than therle of Buckyngham sayd, hola, cease, for it is late.
1573 G. Gascoigne tr. Ariosto Supposes iii. i, in Hundreth Sundrie Flowres 26, Holla: no more of this.
?1608 S. Lennard tr. P. Charron Of Wisdome ii. Pref. 220 No man stays vs, or cryes hola vnto it.
a1616 Shakespeare As you like It (1623) iii. ii. 239 Cry holla, to the tongue, I prethee: it curuettes vnseasonably.
1622 J. Taylor Farewell to Tower Bottles in Wks.(1872) 11 But holla, holla, Muse come back, come back.
1675 T. Hobbes tr. Homer Odysses xxiii. 259 Telemachus and the good servants two, When they had to the dancers said ‘Hola!’ Unto their beds within the palace go.
1681 C. Cotton Wonders of Peake (1699) 86, I must give my Muse the Hola, here.
2. A shout to excite attention: cf. hollo v.
1598 Shakespeare Love's Labour's Lost v. ii. 900 Holla, approach.
1599 J. Minsheu Pleasant Dialogues Spanish & Eng. 25/2 in R. Percyvall & J. Minsheu Spanish Gram., Hola Page, bring Cards, let vs passe away the time.
1668 R. L'Estrange tr. F. G. de Quevedo y Villegas Visions (1708) 63 Hola! Grannum,(quoth I, good lustily in her Ear..) what's your pleasure with me?
1756 S. Foote Englishman return'd from Paris ii. 35 Hola, Sr. Toby, stole away!
1855 C. Kingsley Heroes (1856) iii. 170 Then Theseus shouted to him ‘Holla, thou valiant pine-bender, hast thou two fir~trees left for me?’
3. A shout of exultation: cf. hollo v.
1735 Swift Furnit. Woman's Mind in Wks. II. 416 So, Holla Boys; God save the King.
1825 in W. Hone Every-day Bk.(1826) I. 1431 Holla boys! holla boys! huzza-a-a!
4. Also holla ho![French holà ho!]
a1616 Shakespeare Taming of Shrew (1623) iv. i. 10 Holla hoa, Curtis.
1796 Scott Wild Huntsman xlix, Behind him hound, and horse, and horn, And,‘Hark away, and holla, ho!’
1871 B. Taylor tr. Goethe Faust I. v. 102 With open throat sing chorus, drink and roar! Up! holla! ho!
A shout of holla!
1593 Shakespeare Venus & Adonis sig. Ciij, What recketh he his riders angrie sturre, His flattering holla, or his stand, I say.
1672 Duke of Buckingham Rehearsal v. 45 He's here with a whoop, and gone with a holla [1714 holloe].
1810 Sporting Mag. 35 299 Reynard was unfortunately lost..by a false holla from a man.
1833 M. Scott Tom Cringle's Log I. i. 12 At the moment I thought I heard a holla.