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haw1 British & World English

The red fruit of the hawthorn

haw2 British & World English

The third eyelid or nictitating membrane in certain mammals, especially dogs and cats

haw3 British & World English

See hum and haw at hum.

yee-haw British & World English

An expression of enthusiasm or exuberance, typically associated with cowboys of the southern US

hee-haw British & World English

The loud, harsh cry of a donkey or mule

hem and haw in hem2 British & World English

North American term for hum and haw (see hum).

haw English-Spanish

→ hum

Hawaii New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

group of islands in the North Pacific, a state of the US

hee-haw English-Spanish

rebuzno masculine

Haw-Haw, Lord New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

nickname of William Joyce, US-born German propagandist in WWII, executed 1946

hum and haw in hum English Thesaurus

they waste a lot of time humming and hawing before going into action