See also: Hards and härds

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Etymology 1Edit

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hards

  1. plural of hard

Etymology 2Edit

From Middle English herdes, hurdes, plural of herde (piece of hards), from Old English heordan (hards of flax, tow), weak feminine plural of heorde (headhair), from Proto-West Germanic *heʀdā, from Proto-Germanic *hezdǭ, from Proto-Indo-European *kes- (to comb, card).

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NounEdit

hards (uncountable)

  1. The short coarser fibers of flax or hemp; tow.
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AdjectiveEdit

hards

  1. plural of hard