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Danish

Etymology

From Old Norse herr, from Proto-Germanic *harjaz ("army"), from Proto-Indo-European *ker- ("war").

Noun

hær c (singular definite hæren, plural indefinite hære)

  1. army
  2. host (multitude of people arrayed as an army)

Inflection

Derived terms


Middle English

Noun

hær

  1. Alternative form of her ("hair")

Norwegian Bokmål

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Etymology

From Old Norse herr.

Noun

hær m (definite singular hæren, indefinite plural hærer, definite plural hærene)

  1. an army

Synonyms

Derived terms

References

  • "hær" in The Bokmål Dictionary.

Norwegian Nynorsk

Alternative forms

  • (former reform[s] only): her

Etymology

From Old Norse herr.

Pronunciation

Noun

hær m (definite singular hæren, indefinite plural hærar, definite plural hærane)

  1. army
    Landet hadde den største hæren i området.
    The country had the largest army in the area.
  2. large/huge amount, flock
    Det kom ein heil hær av grashopper.
    A huge amount of grasshoppers came.

Derived terms

References

  • "hær" in The Nynorsk Dictionary.

Old English

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Proto-Germanic *h?r?, from Proto-Indo-European *keres- ("rough hair, bristle"). Cognate with Old Saxon h?r, Dutch haar, Old High German h?r (German Haar), Old Norse hár (Swedish hår).

Pronunciation

Noun

h?r n

  1. hair

Usage notes

When referring to someone's hair collectively, this word is often used in the plural: Se ?adi?a wæs bl?ðe on andwlitan, mid hw?tum h?rum ("The blessed man was cheerful in aspect, with white hair", lit. "hairs").

Declension

Descendants


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