Definition of Hazelhen

1. a European grouse [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hazelhen

hazardproof
hazardry
hazards
haze
haze over
hazed
hazee
hazees
hazel
hazel alder
hazel grouse
hazel grouses
hazel mouse
hazel tree
hazeless
hazelhen (current term)
hazelhens
hazelly
hazelnut
hazelnut milk
hazelnut tree
hazelnutlike
hazelnuts
hazelnutty
hazels
hazelwood
hazelwort
hazer
hazers
hazes

Literary usage of Hazelhen

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1. The Birds of Aristophanes by Aristophanes, Benjamin Hall Kennedy (1874)
"Ouzel, and thou of the speckled wing, 265 hazelhen, hazelhen, speed while I sing. Come many, come any With the halcyon brood that sweep Surges of the watery ..."

2. Odes from the Greek Dramatists: Translated Into Lyric Metres by English by Alfred William Pollard, Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress) (1890)
"... hazelhen, speed while I sing. Come many, come any With the halcyon brood that sweep Surges of the watery deep, Come and list to novel words, ..."

3. The Ancient Classical Drama: A Study in Literary Evolution Intended for by Richard Green Moulton (1890)
"... hazelhen, speed while I sing. Come many, come any, With the halcyon brood that sweep Surges of the watery deep, Come and list to novel words, ..."

4. Sumptuary Law in Nürnberg: A Study in Paternal Government by Kent Roberts Greenfield (1918)
"... used the language of the caterer when it undertook to regulate the dishes that might be served. It specifically ruled out partridge, hazelhen, pheasant, ..."

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