bertie hart


Albert Bushnell [boosh-nl] , 1854–1943, U.S. editor, historian, and educator.
Gary (Warren) born 1936, U.S. politician: senator 1975–87.
Lorenz [lawr-uhnts, lohr-] , 1895–1943, U.S. lyricist.
Moss, 1904–61, U.S. playwright and librettist.
William S(hakespeare) 1872–1946, U.S. film actor. Unabridged
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hart (hɑːt)
n , pl harts, hart
the male of the deer, esp the red deer aged five years or more
[Old English heorot; related to Old Norse hjörtr, Old High German hiruz hart, Latin cervus stag, Lithuanian kárve cow; see horn]

Hart (hɑːt)
1.  Lorenz. 1895--1943, US lyricist: collaborated with Richard Rodgers in writing musicals
2.  Moss. 1904--61, US dramatist: collaborated with George Kaufman on Broadway comedies and wrote libretti for musicals

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Word Origin & History

O.E. heorot "male deer," from P.Gmc. *kherut- (cf. O.H.G. hiruz, O.N. hjörtr, Ger. Hirsch), perhaps from PIE base *ker- "horn" (cf. L. cornu "horn," cervus "deer," Welsh carw "deer"). Now, a male deer after its fifth year. Hartshorn "ammonium carbonate" is O.E. heortes hornes, so called because
a main early source of ammonia was the antlers f harts.
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Bible Dictionary

Hart definition

(Heb. 'ayal), a stag or male deer. It is ranked among the clean animals (Deut. 12:15; 14:5; 15:22), and was commonly killed for food (1 Kings 4:23). The hart is frequently alluded to in the poetical and prophetical books (Isa. 35:6; Cant. 2:8, 9; Lam. 1:6; Ps. 42:1).

Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary
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