Definition of tallyho
1 : a call of a huntsman at sight of the fox
2 [Tally-ho, name of a coach formerly plying between London and Birmingham] : a four-in-hand coach
Origin and Etymology of tallyho
probably from French taïaut, a cry used to excite hounds in deer hunting
First Known Use: 1772
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