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Hart

Noun

1 United States playwright who collaborated with George S. Kaufman (1904-1961) [syn: Moss Hart]
2 United States lyricist who collaborated with Richard Rodgers (1895-1943) [syn: Lorenz Hart, Lorenz Milton Hart]
3 male red deer [syn: stag]

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English

Etymology

Old English heort

Pronunciation

Homophones

Noun

  1. A male red deer.
  2. An adult deer, especially the male of the European red deer after its fifth year.

Related terms

Translations

Dutch

Homophones

Noun

  1. In the context of "anatomy|lang=nl": muscle that pumps blood through the body: heart
  2. center point of an object

Derived terms

Faroese

Adjective

hart , harður hørð

German

Etymology

Old High German hart, akin to Old Saxon hard, compare Dutch hard

Pronunciation

Adjective

Old High German

Etymology

Common Germanic *hardhuz, whence also Old English heard, Old Norse harðr

Adjective

hart

Tatar

Etymology

Another way of spelling Cyrillic харт ( Romanized hart ). Akin to Old English hār - hoar, Middle English hor - hoar
  • Etymological latin spelling: hoar'd
  • Romanized phonetic spelling: hart
  • Cyrillic spellings: харт, карт.

Noun

hart
  1. hoared, old person; hoary; white or gray with age;

Adjective

hart

References

Dictionary, See entry: Карт, харт – тюрк.– старый; старик http://www.moscow-crimea.ru/atlas/map/toponim/inostr.html.

Extensive Definition

Hart may refer to:

Acronyms

  • HART, a disambiguation page for the acronym

Animals

  • In the United Kingdom, a male deer, especially a male red deer over 5 years old.

Arts and entertainment

Sports

Other

See also

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hart in German: Hart
hart in French: Hart
hart in Italian: Hart
hart in Dutch: Hart (doorverwijspagina)
hart in Polish: Hart
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