hart

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noun \ ˈhärt \

Definition of hart

chiefly British
:the male of the red deer especially when over five years old :stag — compare hind

Origin and Etymology of hart

Middle English hert, from Old English heort; akin to Latin cervus hart, Greek keras horn — more at horn

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HART Defined for English Language Learners

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Definition of hart for English Language Learners

  • : a male deer; especially : a male red deer


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