Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A fog; a chill easterly wind accompanied by light fog.
- n. coastal fog along certain lands bordering the North Sea
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Scot. A fog; esp., a fog or mist with a chill wind.
- From Scots. (Wiktionary)
“From the Scots dictionary: haar (pronounced hahr) – A haar is a type of cold mist or fog from the North Sea which frequently occurs along the East coast.”
“Edinburgh "haar," though it was not cold except between midnight and daybreak; the air was thick with fine sand dust, and often she could not see three yards away.”
“A regular St. Andrews "haar;" and St. Andrews people know what that is.”
“On cloudless days in Summer, when the wind dies down, a cold sea fog (known as a "haar") often descends on the city, a metereologically interesting phenomenon of temperature inversion.”
“i 'the "killing times," ye ken, preachin' till the puir hill folk, an 'baptizin' their bairns -- he baptized a forebear o 'my ain -- and it would likely be the annivairsary o' the day when he escaped frae the hans o 'the hunters through the "haar," when I chanced to come by here an' saw a bit tent pit up, an 'heard folk carousin' within.”
“Dat is waar, maar we kunnen anders Helga's haar proberen ...”
“Hmmm, als het jouw haar al te kort is dan kom ik zeker een halve meter te kort.”
“Mijn haar groeit snel, maar een halve meter in 4 weken??”
“Overigens had Monique toestemming gegeven voor het publiceren van haar naam en de foto, dus dat was wel netjes geregeld.”
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