- a thick, wet fog along the seacoast.
Origin of haar
First recorded in 1665–75; north variant of hoar
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Examples from the Web for haar
“Not haar me, by thunder,” screeched the other, raising his voice.The Island Treasure
John Conroy Hutcheson
When he comed along to the camp his haar war as black as a coal.
To live through to-night and keep our haar we've got to kill some of them critters.
The "hart" was once only confounded with "haar," and responded to by grasping at the hair.The Mind of the Child, Part II
We fought for over hawve an haar, summat like fifteen raands, punsin' and o' (kicking with clogs).Lancashire Idylls (1898)
- Eastern British a cold sea mist or fog off the North Sea
C17: related to Dutch dialect harig damp