- n. 山楂，山楂果；吆喝牲畜左转；瞬膜
- vi. 向左转
- vt. 使向左转
- n. (Haw)人名；(英)霍
- haw (n.)
- "enclosure," Old English haga "enclosure, fortified enclosure; hedge," from Proto-Germanic *hag- (cognates: Old Norse hagi, Old Saxon hago, German Hag "hedge;" Middle Dutch hage, Dutch haag, as in the city name The Hague), from PIE root *kagh- "to catch seize; wickerwork fence" (see hedge (n.), and compare hag). Meaning "fruit of the hawthorn bush" (Old English) is perhaps short for *hægberie.
- haw (v.)
- "hesitate in speech," 1580s, imitative. Related: Hawed; hawing. The noun in this sense is from c. 1600. Haw-haw in reference to a style of affected upper class British enunciation is from 1841, imitative.
- 1. Look at the plebs! Getting all muddy! Haw haw haw!
- 2. Neither will Haw study nor go to school.
- 3. Haw can he get by on such low wages?
- 4. China haw steadily expanded her electronics industry to meet the growing needs.
- 5. You are offered a posting in London? Don't hem and haw.
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