Hokey

Hokey can refer to:

  • Handover Keying technologies addressing seamless migration of secure wireless connections from one network to another.
  • The name of a particular House-elf in the fictional Harry Potter series
  • A misspelling of Hokie, the mascot of Virginia Tech
  • Phony and obviously contrived
  • Hokey Wolf, a Hanna-Barbera cartoon character.

Other articles related to "hokey":

Hokey Wolf - Original Segment On The Huckleberry Hound Show - 1961 Season
... # Title Air date 14 "Movies Are Bitter than Ever" August 18, 1961 Hokey starts up a movie set in order to sneak out some sheep being herded by a sheep dog ... sheep dog wise up to the wolves' trick and chase after them 15 "Poached Yeggs" August 25, 1961 Hokey and capture a fire-breathing dragon and turn him into a prince to kiss the sleeping ... After many failed attempts, Hokey turns the watchdog against the farmer 17 "The Glass Sneaker" September 8, 1961 Prince Charming hires Hokey and Ding-A-Ling as ...
Song Of The Younger World (The Twilight Zone) - Plot
... is then comforted by an old ragged man, named Hokey ... Hokey also looks after Tanner, by tending to the wounds inflicted by Amy's father ... Hokey warns him not to try to see Amy ...
Hokey Pokey (ice Cream) - Related Uses
... Hokey Pokey (The Ice Cream Man) (1975) is a song by Richard Linda Thompson ... Hokey Pokey's Ice Creamery is an ice cream company in Corning, New York ... Hokey Pokey is referenced in the Mike Leigh movie "Topsy Turvy" by Richard Barker as he leaves Richard D'Oyly-Carte's office on a very hot day, saying "I am going out for a little ...
Crumple-horned Snorkack - Characters - Hokey
... Hokey is a house-elf who works for Hepzibah Smith, an old woman who is deceived by Tom Riddle during his employment at Borgin and Burke's into showing him Slytherin's locket and Hufflepuff's cup, which ... Hokey is introduced when Dumbledore uses the Pensieve to show Harry the memory he got from the house elf in Half-Blood Prince ... Riddle, who magically tampers with Hokey's memories, frames Hokey for Hepzibah's murder ...