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Definition of the noun hallan
What does hallan mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: hallans
- The passage or space between the outer and inner door of a cottage; the partition between the passage and the room
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Select Scotish Songs (1810)
Ancient and Modern : with Critical Observations and Biographical Notices by Robert Burns
The hallan is a bundle composed of the longest broom, entwisted with willows, placed moveable to ward the wind from the door. The partition which divided the spence from the hall was frequently named a “Hallan,” being formed of similar ...
by Robert Chambers
The hallan is a bundle composed of the longest broom, entwisted with willows, placed movable to ward the wind from the door. . The partition which divided the spence from the hall was frequently named “ the Hallan,' being formed of similar ...
by Robert Hartley Cromek
The hallan is a bundle composed of the longest broom, entwisted with willows, placed moveable to ward the wind from the door. The partition which divided the spence from the hall was frequently named a "Hallan," being.formed of similar ...
The Scottish Songs (1829)
by Robert Chambers
The hallan is a bundle composed of the longest broom, entwisted with willows, placed movable to ward the wind from the door. . The partition which divided the spence from the hall was frequently named the Hallan,' being formed of similar ...
Mummies around the World: An Encyclopedia of Mummies in History, Religion, and Popular Culture (2014)
An Encyclopedia of Mummies in History, Religion, and Popular Culture by Matt Cardin
Cladh Hallan is a settlement site on the island of South Uist, in the Outer Hebrides (or Western Isles), that was occupied intermittently between 2000 BCE and 500 BCE. It was also used as a burial place for both cremations and burials. Shortly ...
The Selection of Biological Sites of National Importance to Nature Conservation in Britain by Derek A. Ratcliffe
Loch Hallan is a calcareous machair loch in which the depth of open water has decreased markedly by silting during the last few decades. It is fringed by a eutrophic fen community which also extends some distance north of the loch itself , and ...
by Eric Partridge
hallan(d)-, or hallen-, shaker . A vagabond; esp. a sturdy beggar: Scots coll: C.16 –20; ob. Hallan, a partition wall in a cottage. hallelujah gal(l)op . A hymn in a quick, lively measure, 'invented by General Booth to attract the multitude': ...
by Patrick Hanks, Richard Coates, Peter McClure
Variants: Hallum, Hallums, Hallan, Hallen, Allam, Allams • Current frequencies: GB , Ireland • GB frequency...
... to which is Prefixed, A Dissertation on the Origin of the Scottish Language by John Jamieson
tition called the hallan, which divides the fire-place from the door.” Gl. Jamieson's Popul. Ball, vo. Spire. SPENSE-Door, s. The door from the kitchen to the spense.S. SPENs, SPENSAR, SPENSERE, s. The steward; the clerk of a kitchen.
The Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)
An International Work of Reference on the Constitution, Doctrine, Discipline, and History of the Catholic Church by Charles George Herbermann
McCarthy, charles hallan, Ph.D., professor of American History, ...
In Four Volumes. A-Kut by John Jamieson
HALLAN, Hallon, Halland, s. 1. A mud wall, or what is called a ...
Biographical, Historical, and Descriptive by Russell Sturgis
HALLAN; mm. In the dialect of Scotland and the north of England, a partition, as in a cottage, often a solid one without openings of any sort as when used to separate the part of the cottage occupied by the family from that used as a cowhouse.
Containing Words from the English Writers Previous to the Nineteenth Century which are No Longer in Use, Or are Not Used in the Same Sense. And Words which are Now Used Only in the Provincial Dialects
Hallan, a. The passage between an outer and inner door; as well as the partition between the passage and the room. Hallan- shaker, an impudent beggar. North. Hallantide, a. All Saints' day. Halle, (1) adj. Healthy. (2) ». A plough-handle.
Lexicon universae rei numariae veterum et praecipue graecorum ac romanorum cum observationibus antiquariis geographicis ... edidit Io. Christophorus Rasche. Praefatus est Christ. Gottl. Heyne (1805)
Supplementorum tomus tertius. Seu totius operis tomi 7. pars 2. HO-IX by Johann Christoph Rasche
hallan in medio citculi Zodiaci. Sarde: Lyáiae . Lex. 11./T. lV.
by Thomas Brown
HALLAN, HALLON, HALLOND, HALLIN, s. 1. A mud wall in cottages, extending from the front backwards, to shelter the interior of the house from the draft of the door when open. 2. A screen. HALLOWEEN, s. The evening before Allhallows.
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Scrabble value of H4A1L1L1A1N1
The value of this 6-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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