harrow n : a cultivator that pulverizes or smoothes the soil v : draw a harrow over (land) [syn: disk]
EtymologyApparently representing unattested Old English *hearwe or *hearġe (perhaps ultimately cognate with harvest); compare Dutch hark ‘rake’, Danish harv ‘harrow’.
- (UK) /ˈhærəʊ/, /h
Harrow may be:
- Harrow, a by-form of the verb harry (Harrowing of Hell)
- Harrow football, a football style played exclusively at Harrow School
- Handley Page H.P.54 Harrow, a bomber aircraft of the 1930s for the British Royal Air Force
- The Harrow, a fantasy and horror magazine
- Harrow or Hörgr, an Anglo-Saxon pagan altar.
harrow in Hebrew: הארו
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