Definitions

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  • interj. A sound of laughter, with a sarcastic connotation.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • An early Middle English form of hoar.
  • n. A hinge.
  • n. An obsolete or dialectal form of hair.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Don't ye fele consarned 'bout the ma'am -- I knows ye sot hi 'on har -- _I'll buy har_, shore.

    Among the Pines or, South in Secession Time

  • Béhar is known around the world for his fun, innovative and humanistic designs for things like the Herman Miller LED Leaf Lamp, the Mission One Electric Motorcycle and the XO $100 Laptop for the One Laptop Per Child project.

    Jill Fehrenbacher | Inhabitat

  • Even Sir Gerald Templer, the British officer who suppressed the Malayan insurgency, expressed regret over coining har har what he called "that nauseating phrase."

    The Next Person Who Says COIN Is About Hearts And Minds Is Getting Kufi Smacked | ATTACKERMAN

  • Jag är mycket tacksam för att jag och mina medarbetare har kunnat göra sådana upptäckter att vetenskapsakademin har velat belöna dem med Nobelpris.

    Glenn T. Seaborg - Banquet Speech

  • Instead of the word har*mz**di, he decided to put in the antonym sarifzaadi.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • If I ever become a household name har har I'll definitely need an unlisted number!

    Name dropping

  • But our translators have also employed the same English word for the very different term har, which has a much more extended sense than gibeah, meaning a whole district.

    Smith's Bible Dictionary

  • The Hebrew word har, like the English "mountain." is employed for both single eminences more or less isolated, such as Sinai.

    Smith's Bible Dictionary

  • Vissa spelföretag har försett sina produkter med kontroversiella kopieringsskydd för att försöka minska piratkopieringen -

    Nyheter från FZ.se

  • I will be back about the fore-end o'har'st, and I trust to find ye baith haill and fere. ''

    The Antiquary

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