[hair-woo d] /ˈhɛərˌwʊd/
the greenish-gray wood of the sycamore maple, used for making furniture.
- Harewood house
/ˈhɛəwʊd/ noun 1. a mansion near Harrogate in Yorkshire: built 1759–71 by John Carr for the Lascelles family; interior decoration by Robert Adam
/ˈhɑːflɜːr; French arflœr/ noun 1. a port in N France, in Seine-Maritime department: important centre in the Middle Ages. Pop: 8517 (1999)
[hahr-gey-suh] /hɑrˈgeɪ sə/ noun 1. a city in NW Somalia. /hɑːˈɡeɪsə/ noun 1. a city in NW Somalia: former capital of British Somaliland (1941–60) and functioning as the capital of the separatist republic of Somaliland; trading centre for nomadic herders. Pop: reliable recent estimates are not available
[hahr-greevz] /ˈhɑr grivz/ noun 1. James, died 1778, English inventor of spinning machinery. /ˈhɑːɡriːvz/ noun 1. James. died 1778, English inventor of the spinning jenny