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HARASH, v. Obsol. Sc. variant of Eng. harass. Abd. p.1768 A. Ross Works (S.T.S.) 174:
Lang syne, in troublesome times, in Cromwell's days, When weers and mister had harash'd the braes.

[For sh < ss, cf. Grushie, Veshel.]

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