Definition of harr
1 obsolete : a gate or door hinge
2 now dialectal, England : an upright to which hinges are fastened and from which a door or gate swings
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Origin and Etymology of harr
Middle English herre, harre, from Old English heorra; akin to Old Norse hjarri hinge and perhaps to Latin cardin-, cardo hinge — more at cardinal
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