from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A deep-sea fishing-ground.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The deep-sea fishing for cod, ling, and tusk, off the Shetland Isles.
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- noun In the
Shetland Islands, the act of deep-seafishing for fishsuch as cod, ling, and tusk.
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An afore she'd swallied a haaf o 'hors she said, "Aa wad rethur hev gin".
Hoff, howff, haaf, and haven, are all modifications of the same word.
He was carefully conveyed to the boat; the _Osprey_ was safely beached, high and dry, and loaded with stones to prevent her being buffeted by the winds again, until such time as she could be removed; and the boys, with lightened hearts, scrambled into the haaf-boat, carrying with them all their campaigning effects.
Shortly before Yaspard and Signy left Collaster on that unfortunate expedition, the young Laird of Lunda was called from the Ha 'to interview some shipwrecked men who had been found by a haaf-boat on one of the sound skerries.
More than once our lads had spoken a haaf-boat, and sent messages to
It was a fair summer afternoon, and the fishing boats were returning from the far haaf  laden with spoil.
A great deal of time would have been lost if the haaf-boat had carried him into Boden voe, so Tom good-naturedly requested to be put ashore at the nearest point, determined to walk across the island to Moolapund.
Next morning the haaf-boat returned to Burra Isle, and at the same time
It tuk him back too, but he gettin round after a bit, an 'he tacklet me agen, an' we had it back'ard and for'ard betwixt us for a good haaf hour.