Definition of hask
1 now dialectal, England, of weather : cold and dry
2 now dialectal, England a : rough and harsh to the touch b : harsh to the taste
3 now dialectal, England : coarse and dry in texture
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Origin and Etymology of hask
Middle English, harsh, alteration of harsk — more at harsh
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