When he comed along to the camp his haar war as black as a coal.
“Not haar me, by thunder,” screeched the other, raising his voice.
To live through to-night and keep our haar we've got to kill some of them critters.
We fought for over hawve an haar, summat like fifteen raands, punsin' and o' (kicking with clogs).
The "hart" was once only confounded with "haar," and responded to by grasping at the hair.
A gust o' win' is skirlin' the noo, and as we luik ower the faem, the haar is risin', weetin' the green swaird wi' misty shoo'rs.
But tha can have yond nasty gooid-for-nawt as soain as tha likes, for awst leeave thi if aw live wol awm an haar older!
History broods over that part of the world like the easterly 157 haar.
It came upon the land suddenly as the "haar" that in the autumn drives up the eastern valleys from the sea.
We'd hauf an haar to wait for th' train to Payris, an' Billy made straight for th' refreshment raam.