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Hird

Hird is sometimes a misspelling of hair or heard.

Definition of the noun Hird

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noun

  1. [historical] In Norwegian history, an informal retinue of personal armed companions, hirdmen or housecarls.
  2. By extension, the formal royal court household.

Explanation

  1. The hird, in Norwegian history, was originally an informal retinue of personal armed companions, hirdmen or housecarls, but came to mean not only the nucleus of the royal army, but also developed into a more formal royal court household.
  2. Hird a.k.a. Hirden: In the 20th century, Hirden was a paramilitary organisation during the occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany, modelled the same way as the German Sturmabteilungen.

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Google previewBritish Birds' Eggs and Nests (1861)

Popularly Described by John Christopher Atkinson

Greater Butcher Bird, Ash-coloured Shrike, Cinereous Shrike, Qrey Shrike — This hird is an occasional visitor only, and has very r..rely been seen in the breeding season. No authentic instance of its nesting with us is known. 35. RED-BACKED ...

Google previewGlobal Modernization Review (2015)

New Discoveries and Theories Revisited by Alberto Martinelli, Chuanqi He

and the mark hird is a situation of tripartite confrontation of the relationship. To know the contradicti tween state (government ) and ...

Google previewFeeling Queer Or Queer Feelings? (2014)

Radical Approaches to Counselling Sex, Sexualities and Genders by Lyndsey Moon

Hird is a professor of sociology and Queen's National ...

Google previewThe Lancet (1853)

hird is a sign that the effused fluid is blood has not been disproved, but it must be borne in mind that they are late not early symptoms, and ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Television (2014)

by Horace Newcomb

Hird,. Thora. (19. 11-2003). British. Actor. History and Television Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The British. Cast Trevor Hicks John Glover Jenni Hicks Theresa Glover Eddie Spearritt Jan Spearritt Joe Glover Chief Supt. David Duckenfield ...

Google previewA Pocket Dictionary of the Holy Bible (1829)

by Archibald Alexander

SPAKHOW, a wetl -known hird, wiih a hiack throat and hrown temples: it seems they were ordinary food among the Jews, and were sold two for a farthing, or five for two far- tliings, Matth. x.20 Lukexii.fi. The Hehrew Tzippor signifies any clean ...

Google previewA dictionary of the English language, greatly improved (1833)

by George FULTON (and KNIGHT (George))

asylum ; lodging Hard, hird, a. firm; difficult ; cruel ; avaricious -_ adv. close ; near; nimbly ; incessantly Harden, hirdn, v. to make hard ; to stupify Hard-favoured, hird-fi'vurd, a. coarse of feature Hardhearted, hurd-hirt'ed, a. cruel ; ...

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Hird Meaning

Video shows what hird means. In Norwegian history, an informal retinue of personal armed companions, hirdmen or housecarls.. By extension, the formal royal ...

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I'm not any good at foul language or anything like that. (Thora Hird)
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Scrabble value of H4I1R1D2

The value of this 4-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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