Hoja may refer to:
- Höja, locality in Ängelholm Municipality, Sweden
- Höja, Malmö, neighbourhood of Malmö, Sweden
- Hoja or Hodja, Turkish honorific
Usage examples of "hoja".
Clearly, Husret of Erzurum is being confused with Nusret of Erzurum, so let me proceed to tell you the story of Cross-Eyed Nedret Hoja of Sivas and the Tree.
Enishte Effendi, all the miniaturists and even Master Osman, letting the rabid followers of the Hoja of Erzurum have their way with them.
I was privy to the rumors about Nusret Hoja of Erzurum, and naturally, to the intrigues within the workshop.
Besides, he comforted himself by never missing a sermon given by Nusret Hoja of Erzurum, and if he skipped one of his five daily prayers it unsettled him.
His Excellency Nusret hoja the cleric from Erzurum, nor with the bastard Husret hoja, nor with the hoja from Sivas who made it with the Devil atop a tree.
After our run-in with the respected Hoja Effendi and after walking from Konya to Sivas in three nights, through eight villages, begging all the way, one night we were beset by such cold and snow that we two dervishes, hugging each other tightly, fell asleep and froze to death.
It was then I understood that these men were the henchmen of Preacher Nusret Hoja of Erzurum.
I suddenly recalled this was the coffeehouse on whose walls drawings were hung, where religion and the hoja from Erzurum were maligned and where disrespect knew no bounds.
At twelve, Enrique was slightly taller than Hoja, and somewhat more muscular, aside from being a year older.
Plus his father was the fencing master, and so he surely must be coached in techniques that the younger Hoja did not know.
With five seconds remaining, Hoja leaped forward in a wild lunge, foil extended fully.
The senior Cierto wore the sword of his grandfather, the magnificent weapon that would someday pass to Hoja, the finest blade in all the galaxy.
To teach him the ways of honor and the sword, so that he might become, as Hoja Cierto had become, a man among men.
Cierto wore the sword of his grandfather, the magnificent weapon that would someday pass to Hoja, the finest blade in all the galaxy.
And while Hoja had not yet lain with a woman, neither did he wish to lie with men, especially his uncle.