(transitive) to drag (something) along the ground
(intransitive) to drag oneself; trail along
(transitive) to cover (a building) with a mixture of lime and gravel; roughcast
(intransitive) to troll for fish
the act of harling or dragging
a small quantity; a scraping
a mixture of lime and gravel; roughcast
(angling) a variant of herl
[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)
1744, from Latinized form of surname of Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford (1661-1724) and his son Edward, in reference to the library of books and MSS they collected and sold in 1753 to the British Museum.
[hahr-lee-uh n] /ˈhɑr li ən/ noun 1. a large library of manuscripts collected by the British statesman Robert Harley and his son and now housed in the British Museum.