Right ho, what ho, land ho. What is this 'ho" all about?
Yes, most decidedly, Cannes was the point d'appui.
Right ho, then. Let me marshal my facts.
'Oh, Gussie's coming, is he? Well, give him my love.'
'Very goos, sir'
'And a whisky and soda, and so forth.'
'Very good, sir.'
'Right ho, Jeeves.'
I then set off for the Drones.
'What-ho, Gussie,'I said.
Rummy, you'll admit. However, one masks one's feelinfs.
I betrayed no vulgar astonishment, but, as I say,
what-hoed with civil nonchalance.
These civilities concluded, I felt that the moment had
come to touch delicately on the past.
...I will be your wife.'
Well, one has to be civil.
'Right ho,' I said.'Thanks awfully.'
'That is to say, some time after midnight.'
'Right-ho, then. At 12.30 on the dot, i will bong.'
(Right ho, Jeeves - Wodehouse)
It is spelled with '-' sometimes. And sometimes without '-'.
Land ho! (Treasure island - Stevenson)