a northern earless seal, Pagophilus groenlandicus, with pale-yellow fur darkening to gray with age, of coasts, drifting ice, and seas of the North Atlantic Ocean, hunted for its fur.
a brownish-grey earless seal, Pagophilus groenlandicus, of the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans
[hahrp-si-kawrd] /ˈhɑrp sɪˌkɔrd/ noun 1. a keyboard instrument, precursor of the piano, in which the strings are plucked by leather or quill points connected with the keys, in common use from the 16th to the 18th century, and revived in the 20th. /ˈhɑːpsɪˌkɔːd/ noun 1. a horizontally strung stringed keyboard instrument, triangular in shape, consisting […]
[hahr-pee] /ˈhɑr pi/ noun, plural Harpies. 1. Classical Mythology. a ravenous, filthy monster having a woman’s head and a bird’s body. 2. (lowercase) a scolding, nagging, bad-tempered woman; shrew. 3. (lowercase) a greedy, predatory person. /ˈhɑːpɪ/ noun (pl) -pies 1. a cruel grasping woman /ˈhɑːpɪ/ noun (pl) -pies 1. (Greek myth) a ravenous creature with […]
noun 1. a large, powerful eagle, Harpia harpyja, of tropical America: an endangered species. noun 1. a very large tropical American eagle, Harpia harpyja, with a black-and-white plumage and a head crest
[hahr-kwuh-buh s] /ˈhɑr kwə bəs/ noun, plural harquebuses. 1. any of several small-caliber long guns operated by a matchlock or wheel-lock mechanism, dating from about 1400. /ˈhɑːkwɪbəs/ noun (pl) -buses 1. a variant of arquebus