Related formsun·harp·ing, adjective
Examples from the Web for harpin
This evil giant, whom may God confound, is named Harpin of the Mountain.Four Arthurian Romances|Chretien DeTroyes
Harpin Cust now leaned, gracefully attentive, on the back of the empty chair, absently swishing his little whisk broom.
Before him was planted Potts, his left foot advanced, his head thrown back, reading to Harpin from a spread page of the Argus.
Harpin appeared to be putting the last snipping touches to the Colonel's too-long neglected side-whiskers.