[hahrk-nis] /ˈhɑrk nɪs/
Edward Stephan, 1874–1940, U.S. philanthropist.
[hahrk] /hɑrk/ verb (used without object) 1. to listen attentively; hearken. verb (used with object) 2. Archaic. to listen to; hear. noun 3. a hunter’s shout to hounds, as to encourage them in following the scent. Verb phrases 4. hark back, /hɑːk/ verb 1. (intransitive; usually imperative) to listen; pay attention v. late 12c., from […]
/hærl; hɑːl/ verb 1. (transitive) to drag (something) along the ground 2. (intransitive) to drag oneself; trail along 3. (transitive) to cover (a building) with a mixture of lime and gravel; roughcast 4. (intransitive) to troll for fish noun 5. the act of harling or dragging 6. a small quantity; a scraping 7. a mixture […]
[hahr-luh n] /ˈhɑr lən/ noun 1. John Marshall, 1833–1911, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1877–1911. 2. his grandson, John Marshall, 1899–1971, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1955–71.
/ˈhɑːˌlɪk/ noun 1. a town in N Wales, in Gwynedd: noted for its ruined 13th-century castle overlooking Cardigan Bay: tourism. Pop: 1233 (2001)