[haw-ber-juh n, hab-er, huh-bur-juh n] /ˈhɔ bər dʒən, ˈhæb ər, həˈbɜr dʒən/
a short, sleeveless coat of mail.
a variant of habergeon
/hɔːd; hʌd/ verb, noun 1. a Scot word for hold1
[haw-burk] /ˈhɔ bɜrk/ noun, Armor. 1. a long defensive shirt, usually of mail, extending to the knees; byrnie. /ˈhɔːbɜːk/ noun 1. a long coat of mail, often sleeveless n. c.1300, from Old French hauberc “coat of mail,” earlier holberc, from a Germanic source, perhaps Frankish *halsberg, literally “neck-cover” (cf. Old English halsbearh, Old High German […]
/hɔːf/ noun, determiner, adjective, adverb 1. a Scot word for half
[hahkh, hahf] /hɑx, hɑf/ noun, Scot. 1. a stretch of alluvial land forming part of a river valley; bottom land. /hɑːk; hɑːf; Scottish hɒx/ noun 1. (Scot & Northern English, dialect) a low-lying often alluvial riverside meadow