mountainous land, a province of Assyria (1 Chr. 5:26), between the Tigris and the Euphrates, along the banks of the Khabur, to which some of the Israelite captives were carried. It has not been identified. Some think the word a variation of Haran.
A Japanese is reported to have said, 'We have only to wait a little longer, till Europe has completed her hara kiri.'
I am here as safe as with you for my guard, at least as long as hara lives.
Probably the great bulk of the remaining Japanese Christians perished at the massacre of hara.
This place which means merely "the abode of Hari and hara" has not been identified.
(hara is said to have swallowed the kla-kuta poison, as Hercules drank his full bowl of henbane).
O hara San pouted her scarlet lips at him and laughed softly as she subsided on to a mat on the floor and clapped her hands.
Sacrifice is offered to the sun, according to the Avesta, when he rises above hara berezaiti (the divine mountain).
He turned to O hara San crouched sobbing on the matting over the little heap of crushed gold and pearls.
These conical hills occur to the westward of the hara mountains and the river Hubb.
He did not know then whence the shrill call had come, but afterward he knew that Coira O' hara had blown it.