To move by successive leaps, as toads do; to spring or jump on one foot; to skip, as birds do.
A leap on one leg, as of a boy; a leap, as of a toad; a jump; a spring.
A spring into the air from one foot landing on the same foot.
Locomotor movement where weight is transferred from one foot to the same foot by elevation.
A small jump on route from one computer to another. It can take you several hops to get from your access provider to a web server in another part of the world.
Taking off and landing on the same foot.
the act of hopping; jumping upward or forward (especially on one foot)
jump across; "He hopped the bush"
make a jump forward or upward
In reference to the Web, a small jump on the route from one main computer to another. It can take you 15 hops or more to get from your access provider to a Web server on the other hemisphere.
(HOP) The term is used in describing an upward motion that causes the weight bearing foot to loose contact with the floor. The HOP usually uses one full beat of music, with the upward motion taking place on the UP BEAT and the click produced on the DOWN BEAT when the foot comes back into contact with the floor. (The knee is flexed downward as you land). Landing is made on the same foot that last had contact with the floor. (Example: standing with the weight on left foot, HOP up in the air and land on left foot).
Any maneuver in which a skater leaps vertically into the air, with both blades leaving the ice, but does not rotate while in the air.