Definition of Haafs
1. haaf [n] - See also: haaf
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Haafs
Literary usage of Haafs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1869)
"50-100 fathoms, Out Skerries and Unst haafs. antiquate (Baird). Frequent in deep water down to 100 fathoms. acerosa, Brady. St. Magnus Bay, in about 60 ..."
2. Proceedings of the City Commission by Grand Rapids (Mich.). City Commission (1903)
"Ten haafs add., and part of lot 146, Colt & Rumsey's add., commencing at the northeast corner said tot 22, thence westerly on north line thereof extended ..."
3. German Society at the Close of the Middle Ages by Ernest Belfort Bax (1894)
"... der Reformations-Zeit, Janssen's Geschichte des Deutschen Volkes, and Egel- haafs Deutsche Geschichte im sechszehnten ..."