[has-lit, heys-, heyz-] /ˈhæs lɪt, ˈheɪs-, ˈheɪz-/
noun, Chiefly Southern U.S.
the heart, liver, etc., of a hog or other animal used for food.
a loaf of cooked minced pig’s offal, eaten cold
[haz-muh-nee-uh n] /ˌhæz məˈni ən/ noun 1. a member of a priestly family of Jewish rulers and leaders in Judea in the 1st and 2nd centuries b.c.
[hasp] /hæsp/ noun 1. a clasp for a door, lid, etc., especially one passing over a staple and fastened by a pin or a padlock. verb (used with object) 2. to fasten with or as with a hasp. /hɑːsp/ noun 1. a metal fastening consisting of a hinged strap with a slot that fits over […]
poverty, “keeper of the wardrobe,” i.e., of the sacerdotal vestments (2 Chr. 34:22); called Harhas 2 Kings 22:14. He was husband of the prophetess Huldah.
[has-uh m] /ˈhæs əm/ noun 1. (Frederick) Childe [chahyld] /tʃaɪld/ (Show IPA), 1859–1935, U.S. painter and etcher.