hoar

  • 1 Hoar — Hoar, a. [OE. hor, har, AS. h[=a]r; akin to Icel. h[=a]rr, and to OHG. h[=e]r illustrious, magnificent; cf. Icel. Hei[eth] brightness of the sky, Goth. hais torch, Skr. k[=e]tus light, torch. Cf. {Hoary}.] 1. White, or grayish white; as, hoar… …

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  • 2 Hoar — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Ebenezer R. Hoar (1816–1895), US amerikanischer Politiker und Justizminister Joseph P. Hoar (* 1934), General des US Marine Corps; Kommandeur des US Central Command Melissa Hoar (* 1983), australische… …

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  • 3 Hoar — Hoar, n. Hoariness; antiquity. [R.] [1913 Webster] Covered with the awful hoar of innumerable ages. Burke. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 4 hoar — hoar·i·ly; hoar·i·ness; hoar; …

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  • 5 hoar|y — «HR ee, HOHR », adjective, hoar|i|er, hoar|i|est. 1. old; ancient: »the hoary ruins of a castle. According to the hoary rules of American politics, any strong presidential candidate can pick his running …

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  • 6 Hoar — Hoar, v. t. [AS. h[=a]rian to grow gray.] To become moldy or musty. [Obs.] Shak. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7 hoar — archaic or literary ► ADJECTIVE ▪ grey or grey haired. ► NOUN ▪ hoar frost. ORIGIN Old English …

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  • 8 hoar — (adj.) O.E. har hoary, gray, venerable, old, the connecting notion being gray hair, from P.Gmc. *haira (Cf. O.N. harr gray haired, old, O.S., O.H.G. her distinguished, noble, glorious, Ger. hehr), from PIE *kei , source of color adjectives (see… …

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  • 9 hoar — [hôr] adj. [ME hore < OE har, akin to Ger hehr, venerable < IE base * k̑ei , term for dark colors, gray, brown > HUE1, ON harr, gray, old, Pol szary, gray] 1. HOARY 2. Obs. moldy; stale n. 1. HOARINESS …

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  • 10 Hoar — in universe subject = a described object = a fictional deity category = context Forgotten Realms Deity|fgcolor=#fff bgcolor=#000 fgcolor=#fff name=Hoar title=The Doombringer Lord of Three Thunders home=Barrens of Doom and Despair power=Demipower… …

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  • 11 Hoar — Divinité des Royaumes Oubliés Hoar Titre Celui qui amène le Destin, le Seigneur des Trois Tonnerres. Niveau de puissance Demi puissance Alignement Loyal Neutre Portfolio Revanche, Châtiments Domaines Terres du Destin et du Désespoir Hoar est un… …

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  • 12 hoar — [OE] Hoar now survives mainly in hoary, a disparaging term for ‘old’, and hoarfrost, literally ‘white frost’. Between them, they encapsulate the meaning of hoar – ‘greyishwhite haired with age’. But it is the colour that is historically primary,… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 13 hoar — [OE] Hoar now survives mainly in hoary, a disparaging term for ‘old’, and hoarfrost, literally ‘white frost’. Between them, they encapsulate the meaning of hoar – ‘greyishwhite haired with age’. But it is the colour that is historically primary,… …

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  • 14 hoar — adj. & n. literary adj. 1 grey haired with age. 2 greyish white. 3 (of a thing) grey with age. n. 1 = hoar frost. 2 hoariness. Phrases and idioms: hoar frost frozen water vapour deposited in clear still weather on vegetation etc. Etymology: OE… …

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  • 15 hoar — adj. Hoar is used with these nouns: ↑frost …

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  • 16 hoar — [hɔ:] archaic or literary adjective greyish white. ↘grey or grey haired with age. noun hoar frost. Origin OE hār, of Gmc origin …

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  • 17 hoar — šerkšnas statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. hoar; hoarfrost; rime vok. Rauhreif, m rus. иней, m pranc. givre, m …

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  • 18 hoar — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English hor, from Old English hār; akin to Old High German hēr hoary Date: before 12th century hoary II. noun Etymology: Middle English hor hoariness, from hor, adjective Date: 1567 frost 1b …

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  • 19 hoar — /hawr, hohr/, n. 1. hoarfrost; rime. 2. a hoary coating or appearance. adj. 3. hoary. [bef. 900; ME hor, OE har; c. ON harr gray with age, OFris her gray, OHG her old (G hehr august, sublime)] * * * …

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  • 20 hoar — 1. noun A white or greyish white colour. 2. adjective Of a white or greyish white colour. See Also: haar, horehound …

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