harrow

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1har·row

verb \ˈher-(ˌ)ō, ˈha-(ˌ)rō\

Definition of HARROW

transitive verb
archaic

Origin of HARROW

Middle English harwen, from Old English hergian
First Known Use: before 12th century

2harrow

noun

Definition of HARROW

:  a cultivating implement set with spikes, spring teeth, or disks and used primarily for pulverizing and smoothing the soil

Origin of HARROW

Middle English harwe; akin to Old Norse hervi harrow, Middle Dutch harke rake
First Known Use: 14th century

Other Agriculture/Gardening Terms

fallow, graft, heirloom, loam, potash, soilage, swath, tilth, windfall

Rhymes with HARROW

3harrow

verb

Definition of HARROW

transitive verb
1
:  to cultivate with a harrow
2
:  torment, vex
har·row·er \ˈher-ə-wər, ˈha-rə-\ noun

First Known Use of HARROW

14th century

Other Agriculture/Gardening Terms

fallow, graft, heirloom, loam, potash, soilage, swath, tilth, windfall

Har·row

geographical name \ˈha-(ˌ)rō\

Definition of HARROW

borough of NW Greater London, England pop 194,300

Rhymes with HARROW

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