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hards

[ hahrdz ]
/ hɑrdz /
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plural noun
the refuse or coarser parts of flax or hemp, separated in hackling.
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Also hurds [hurdz] /hɜrdz/ .

Origin of hards

First recorded before 900; Middle English herdes, Old English heordan
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British Dictionary definitions for hards

hards

hurds

/ (hɑːdz) /

pl n
coarse fibres and other refuse from flax and hemp

Word Origin for hards

Old English heordan (plural); related to Middle Dutch hēde, Greek keskeon tow
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