[haw-zuh n; German hou-zuh n]
Origin of hausen
1735–45; < German; Old High German hūso; see isinglass
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Examples from the Web for hausen
It was three oclock before I went home, accompanied by Botkin and Hausen.
Hausen, the Secretary to our Embassy, was at the piano, and he proved quite a respectable pianist.
Thus a month was lost, during which the Abyssinian army advanced to Hausen, a position slightly south of Adowa.
Hence it follows, by Hausen's calculations, that its centre of gravity is situated in the other hemisphere.