haras

noun
ha·​ras | \ aˈrä, äˈrä\
plural haras\ -​rä(z) \

Definition of haras

1 archaic : a horse-breeding establishment : stud farm
2 : harras

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History and Etymology for haras

Middle English harace, haras, from Old French haraz

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