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08 января 2021

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Etymologyedit

From Middle English , heeri, , equivalent to +‎ . Compare Saterland Frisian (“hairy”), West Frisian hierrich (“hairy”), Dutch (“hairy”), German Low German (“hairy”), German (“hairy”), Swedish (“hairy”), Icelandic hárugur (“hairy”). Compare also Old English hǣriht (“hairy”) and ġehǣre (“hairy”).

The sense “terrifying, scary” possibly results from a blend of and .

Adjectiveedit

hairy ( , )

  1. Of a person, having a lot of hair on the body.
    a hairy man
  2. Of an animal, having a lot of fur.
    hairy mammoth
  3. Of a body part other than the head, having hair growing from it.
    She is a great admirer of hairy chests.
  4. () Difficult, complex, intricate, or intimidating.

    It’s a hairy problem, and will probably take several weeks to sort out.
  5. () Causing anxiety or fright; terrifying, scary.

Translationsedit

of a person

  • Arabic: ‎
  • Armenian: մազոտ (hy) (mazot)
  • Aromanian:
  • Belarusian: валаса́ты (valasáty)
  • Bulgarian:  (bg) (kosmat)
  • Catalan: , pilós
  • Chinese:
    Mandarin:  (zh) (máoróngrōng de), 多毛的 (zh) (duōmáo de),  (zh),  (zh) (zhǎngmáo de)
  • Danish: ,
  • Dutch:  (nl), behaard (nl)
  • Estonian:  (et)
  • Finnish:  (fi)
  • French:  (fr)
  • Friulian:
  • Georgian: (tmiani)
  • German:  (de),  (de)
  • Greek:
    Ancient: (dasús), (polútrikhos), (blosurós)
  • Hebrew: ‎ (he)
  • Hungarian:  (hu)
  • Irish: (please )
  • Italian:  (it)
  • Japanese: 毛深い (けぶかい, kebukai), 毛むくじゃらの (kemukujara no)
  • Latin: ,
  • Latvian: ,
  • Maltese:
  • Maori: pūhuruhuru, tuahuru
  • Norman:
  • Norwegian:
    Bokmål: , behåra, ,
  • Occitan:  (oc)
  • Old English:
  • Persian: پرمو‎ (fa) (pormu)
  • Plautdietsch:
  • Polish:  (pl)
  • Portuguese:
  • Romanian:  (ro)
  • Russian:  (ru) (volosátyj)
  • Sardinian: pilosu, pirosu
  • Scottish Gaelic:
  • Serbo-Croatian:  (sh)
  • Slovak:
  • Spanish:  (es),  (es)
  • Swedish:  (sv)
  • Tibetan: (spu mang po)
  • Turkish:  (tr)
  • Ukrainian: волоха́тий (voloxátyj), волоса́тий (volosátyj)
  • Yiddish: האָריק‎ (horik)

of an animal

  • Armenian: թավամազ (hy) (tʿavamaz), բրդոտ (hy) (brdot)
  • Bulgarian:  (bg) (kosmat)
  • Danish:
  • Dutch:  (nl)
  • Estonian:  (et)
  • Finnish:  (fi)
  • German: pelzartig
  • Greek:
    Ancient: (dasús), (polútrikhos)
  • Hungarian:  (hu)
  • Irish: (please )
  • Latin: ,
  • Latvian:
  • Portuguese:
  • Russian:  (ru) (moxnátyj)
  • Scottish Gaelic:
  • Slovak: chlpatý
  • Spanish:  (es),  (es),  (es) m
  • Swedish:  (sv)
  • Turkish: kürklü (tr), postlu (tr)

of a body part other than the head

  • Arabic: ‎ (mušaʿʿar)
  • Bulgarian: окосмен (bg) (okosmen)
  • Danish: ,
  • Dutch:  (nl), behaard (nl)
  • Estonian:  (et)
  • Finnish:  (fi)
  • French:  (fr)
  • German:  (de),  (de)
  • Hebrew: ‎ (he)
  • Hungarian:  (hu)
  • Irish: (please )
  • Italian:  (it)
  • Latin:
  • Latvian: ,
  • Norman:
  • Norwegian:
    Bokmål: , behåra, ,
  • Portuguese:
  • Russian:  (ru) (volosátyj)
  • Slovak: chlpatý
  • Spanish:  (es),  (es)
  • Swedish:  (sv)
  • Turkish:  (tr)
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