hag

  1. an ugly evil-looking old woman
  2. eellike cyclostome having a tongue with horny teeth in a round mouth surrounded by eight tentacles; feeds on dead or trapped fishes by boring into their bodies

hag

[n] - an ugly evil-looking old woman
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Hag

Hag (hăg) noun [ Middle English hagge , hegge , witch, hag, Anglo-Saxon hægtesse ; akin to Old High German hagazussa , German hexe , Dutch heks , Danish hex , Swedish häxa . The first part of the word is probably the same as English ...
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Hag

Hag transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Hagged (hăgd); present participle & verbal noun Hagging .] To harass; to weary with vexation. « How are superstitious men hagged out of their wits with the fancy of omens...
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Hag

Hag noun [ Scot. hag to cut; confer English hack .] 1. A small wood, or part of a wood or copse, which is marked off or inclosed for felling, or which has been felled. « This said, he led me over hoults and hags ; Through thorns and bushes scant my legs I drew.»...
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hag

1. A small wood, or part of a wood or copse, which is marked off or inclosed for felling, or which has been felled. 'This said, he led me over hoults and hags; Through thorns and bushes scant my legs I drew.' (Fairfax) ... 2. A quagmire; mossy ground where peat or turf has been cut. ... Origin: Scot. Hag to cut; cf. E. Hack. ... 1. A witch, sorcere...
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Hag

• (n.) A small wood, or part of a wood or copse, which is marked off or inclosed for felling, or which has been felled. • (v. t.) To harass; to weary with vexation. • (n.) A witch, sorceress, or enchantress; also, a wizard. • (n.) An ugly old woman. • (n.) A fury; a she-monster. • (n.) An appearance of light and fire o...
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hag

in European folklore, an ugly and malicious old woman who practices witchcraft, with or without supernatural powers; hags are often said to be ... [1 related articles]
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Hag

A hag is a wizened old woman, or a kind of fairy or goddess having the appearance of such a woman, often found in folklore and children`s tales such as Hansel and Gretel. Hags are often seen as malevolent, but may also be one of the chosen forms of shapeshifting deities, such as the Morrígan or Badb, who are seen as neither wholly beneficent nor....
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Hag

Hag is the popular name of fish of the genus Myxine. They are of worm-like form and have no eyes or scales. The mouth is formed for suction and is without lips and is furnished with barbells. The hag has horny teeth which it uses to eat into the interior of other fish.
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Hag

Hag is an old English term for a witch or sorceress. The term has evolved over the years to imply an old, ugly, inelegant woman, but when encountered in the works of William Shakespeare it refers to a witch or sorceress.
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HAG

[disambiguation] HAG could refer to: ...
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Hag

[disambiguation] A hag is a wizened old woman, or a fairy with the appearance of an old woman Hag may also refer to: ...
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Hag

[Dungeons & Dragons] In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, hags are witchlike beings that use magic to spread havoc and destruction. There are many variations of hags that have appeared in the various editions of Dungeons & Dragons from their first appearance in a 1975 rules supplement. ==Publication history== In the original...
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HAG

HAG is a Swiss maker of model trains. The company was founded by Hugo and Alwin Gahler on 1 April 1944 in St. Gallen, Switzerland. The Gahler brothers originally manufactured model trains in O scale but due to competition, particularly by Marklin H0 scale, began the transition to H0 in 1954 with their final O scale set being manufactured in 1957. ...
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