from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A yarn measure of six hundred yards or 1/24 of a spindle. See spindle.
- n. Hair.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete spelling of here.
- n. A variant of hair.
- n. The length of two cuts or leas of linen or woolen thread.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
“Happi” is a relatif term heer – awl teh peeps has been in car serrated in teh Holiday Camp; tihs act is Wondermus, compared to teh genrul level ob orfullness tehy is expeeriensing!
yu n yur mom chek out my profile by clikin on my name heer and go see.
Hearing her name spoken in that casual Highland lilt - "L'heer" - suddenly made me irrationally angry.
A good word heer for Mark Williams, Lib Dem MP for Ceredigion who was the only Welsh Lib Dem not to renege on the promise made.
August 29, 2008 at 2:21 pm u kan yooz ur formal name heer, it iz a big piknik/nawt-furst sillybrashun
Ai just went to WP – an it said mai name heer iz nawt mai user name.
I yent kin stan 'dis; one foot git heffy, da' heer 'pon me head lif' up. Da '
The man with a needle injects something into her and the other knocks heer on the head with the flashlight.
Show heer the passion you have for the sport and I'm sure you will be able to get her out in the woods at least a fwe times. doing this has worked for me in teh past.
My great great aunt is Bonnie Parker my family has early pictures of heer and Clyde before their little rukus.