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Definition of Harch
What does Harch mean?
- The command issued by the Drum Major of a marching band to move forwards.
Harch is the command issued by the Drum Major of a marching band, or by a Sergeant in charge of assembled troops, to move forwards upon the left foot. The command most commonly issued is "For'd, Harch" meaning for the entire group to move forwards as one body. "For'd" is the attention-getting and directive part of the command; "Harch" is the executive part of the command.
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A Tale of the Fishing Banks by Kirk Munroe
But Harch is a fickle month. The fourth day broke cloudy and threatening. The sky was gray and the air was filled with a penetrating chill.
Harch is a good time to remember Galen Hall, Atlantic Citv. Many patients must escape from the inclement winds, and at Atlantic City the weather is always much milder. It is an ideal health resort, and Galen Hall is a first-class, home-like hotel ...
The New-Yorker (1839)
HArch is an Agent to procure subscribers for The New . Yorker in the New-England States. Mr. JAMEs Patron is an authorized ...
by Lutz D. Schmadel
Harch, an expert in the design and execution of spacecraft camera sequencing and pointing commands.
A Dictionary, Hindustani & English: Accompanied by a Reversed Dictionary, English and Hindustani (1858)
by Duncan Forbes
'4-6 arāt harch.hā, m. a large spoon, a J&K wits harch.hāl or solo hurch.hāl, f: a bound, spring, jump. h. J4-5 wo harchhul, f. an iron spoon; a sword made of soft iron. h. g&#xom karchhani,f an ironskimmer.h. Jo; was karchli, f: a spoon; a skein ...
Dictionarium Britannicum: Or a More Compleat Universal Etymological English Dictionary Than Any Extant ... (1730)
by Nathaniel Bailey
To Harch [hecken, Text.] to produce Young from Eggs, as Birds do; also tó plot or contrive Mischief. A HArch, a Brood of young Birds, a Veffel or Place to lay Grain in; also a Trap to catch Weefels. To HATcH. See Hatching. :::in. :::theb Du] an ...
... To which are Prefixed Principles of English Pronunciation; ... Third Edition. By John Walker, ...
To HArch, hitsh. v. a. incubation; to form by meditation, to contrive; to shade by lines drawing or graving. To HATch, hitsh. v. n. To be in the state of growing quick ; to be in a state of advance towards effect. HAT ch, hitsh. s. A brood excluded from ...
by W. M. Buchanan
HArch, from Sax. haca, ...
by Thomas GREEN (M.A.)
hfissock, s haflezs histen, v hasiings,s histy, a > hat, s harch, t' Match, v hfimhcs, s hztchet,s hate, v hAtred, s have, v hfivw, s hafighry,,a_ haunch, f haunt', s haund, v' haunted, a hfi'vod, f hziutboy,_s haw, s hawk, s hawk, v bel-WITH, ...
by Jonathon Green
harch off v. [1940s+] (Aus.) ...
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Scrabble value of H4A1R1C3H4
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