Hop

Hop or hops may refer to:

  • Hop, a kind of small jump, usually using only one leg
  • Humulus, a genus of climbing flowering plants
    • Humulus lupulus, a species of plants which is grown commercially in many countries to produce hops
    • Hops, the female flower clusters of one species of hop (Humulus lupulus and varieties), used primarily as a flavouring and stability agent in beer
  • Hop, a type of dance, including:
    • Lindy Hop, a swing dance of the 1920s and 1930s
    • Sock Hop, an informal dance
  • Hop River, a river in Connecticut, USA
  • Hop, informal term for opium, a narcotic drug
  • Hop (software), a web broker and programming language
  • Hop (networking), next gateway along a path to a destination host
  • Hop (protein), the Hsp70-Hsp90 organizing protein
  • Hop (telecommunications), a telecommunications term in several different contexts
  • Hop, a 2002 film starring Jan Decleir
  • Hop (film), a 2011 film

Other articles related to "hop":

Hop Count
... In computer networking, hop count refers to the intermediate devices (like routers) through which data must pass between source and destination, rather than flowing directly over a single wire ... Each router along the data path constitutes a hop, as the data is moved from one Layer 3 network to another ... Hop count is therefore a basic measurement of distance in an network ...

Famous quotes containing the word hop:

    I have tried being surreal, but my frogs hop right back into their realistic ponds.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)