Definition of Hareld

1. n. The long-tailed duck.



Definition of Hareld

1. Noun. The long-tailed duck, or oldsquaw. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Hareld

1. the long-tailed duck [n -S]

Medical Definition of Hareld

1. The long-tailed duck. See Old Squaw. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hareld

hare-brained
hare-hearted
hare and hounds
hare lip
hare scramble
hare wallaby
harebell
harebells
harebrained
hared
hareem
hareems
harefoot
harehound
harehounds
hareld (current term)
harelds
harelike
harelipped
harelips
harem
haremlik
haremlike
harems
hares
harewood
harewoods
harfang
hari-kari

Literary usage of Hareld

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1. Masterpieces of Murder: An Edmund Pearson True Crime Reader by Edmund Lester Pearson, Gerald Gross (1876)
"THE NORTHERN hareld. When the sweet, warm joyous days of summer have departed, and cheerless suns and chilly blasts of winter have returned again, ..."

2. Illustrations of British Ornithology by Prideaux John Selby (1833)
"LIKE most of the present subfamily, the Long-tailed hareld is an inhabitant of the Arctic Seas, and is one of the few species whose summer migration extends ..."

3. The Whole Works of King Alfred the Great: With Preliminary Essays by Alfred (1852)
"... and earl hareld : and both divisions of the army were put to flight and many thousands slain: and they continued fighting until night. lanx, ..."

4. Memorials of King Alfred: Being Essays on the History and Antiquities of by Alfred, John Yonge Akerman, Daniel Henry Haigh, Martin Farquhar Tupper, Thomas Forester, B. C. Hook (1863)
"... and earl hareld : and both divisions of the army were put to flight and many thousands slain: and they continued fighting ..."

5. Fraser's Magazine (1874)
"... that is a black guillemot in its winter plumage ; these are parties of the graceful Northern hareld who are feeding greedily upon the tiny bivalves at ..."

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