Reverse Dictionary: HAU – HD

HAUGHTILY – adverbs
– FASTUOUSLY ostentatiously, haughtily, arrogantly, pretentiously …a1677
– HAUTAINLY † haughtily, proudly …c1400
– ORGULOUSLY † proudly, haughtily …c1475
– PAUGHTY superciliously, in a proud and haughty manner …1720 Sc.
– WITH ONE’S NOSE IN THE AIR in a haughty or disdainful manner …a1845
– ASPERANT bold, proud, haughty …E19
– ASTORPERIOUS haughty …1935 Amer. dial.
– BIG proud, haughty, consequential, conceited …1828 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– BIG DOINGS haughty, conceited, high-and-mighty …1928 Amer. dial.
– BIG-FEELING haughty, proud, conceited, putting on airs …1887 Amer. dial.
– BIGGITY haughty, aloof …Bk2006 US sl.
– BIGLY in a haughty manner …1942 Amer. dial.
– BIGOTED conceited, vain, stuck-up, self-important; impudent, boastful, haughty …1902 Amer. dial.
– BIGOTTY haughty, conceited …19C Amer.
– CHUFFY fussy; proud, conceited, haughty; pleased, elated …1874 Eng. dial.
– DAIN † haughty …c1500 obs. or Eng. dial. rare
– DANGEROUS † difficult or awkward to deal with; haughty, arrogant; rigorous, hard, severe; the opposite of affable …a1225
– DEIGNOUS † disdainful, proud, haughty, scornful …c1330
– DICTY stylish, high-class; snobbish, haughty, conceited, uppity …1923 Amer. dial.
– DORTY spoiled, pettish, sullen, sulky, easily offended, ill-humoured; saucy, haughty, conceited, proud, stubborn; contemptuous …a1605 Sc.
– EYEGLASSY * haughtily superior or contemptuous …1871 colloq.
– FASTUOSE † haughty, arrogant, pretentious, ostentatious …1727
– FASTUOUS proud, haughty, disdainful, arrogant; pretentious, ostentatious …a1638
– GET ONE’S ASS ON ONE’S SHOULDERS to become unduly haughty, angry, or excited …1954 Amer. sl.
– HAINTY haunted …1965 Amer. dial.
– HANTY haunted …1965 Amer. dial.
– HAUNTY haunted …1965 Amer. dial.
– HAUGHT high in one’s own estimation; bearing oneself loftily; haughty …1430-40 arch.
– HAUTAIN † holding or behaving oneself loftily; proud, arrogant, haughty …1297
– HAWTANE haughty …1790 Sc. obs.
– HIGHFUL † haughty, proud …1297
– HIGH-HEADED arrogant, haughty, self-important …20C US sl.
– HIGH IN THE INSTEP † haughty, proud, arrogant, conceited …1562 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– HIGH-MINDED arrogant, haughty, imperious …1503
– HIGH-SIGHTED † looking upward, supercilious, haughty …1601
– HIGH-STOMACHED † haughty, disdainful, proud, obstinate, of high courage or spirit …1548 obs. or arch.
– HIGHTY-TIGHTY conceitedly proud, stuck-up, haughty …B1900
– HINKY snobbish; haughty; conceited; aloof; fastidious …1967 Amer. sl., orig. Black usage
– HOITY-TOITY haughty, conceited, snobbish, pretentious …1713 sl.
– HOSTILISH arrogant, haughty, condescending …1960 Trinidad and Tobago
– JELLY good, worthy, excellent; having a high opinion of oneself; proud, haughty …c1560-73 Sc.
– MAJOR-MINDIT haughty in demeanour, high-minded, having a commanding disposition …1825 Sc.
– MANDY domineering, proud, haughty …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MIGHTY stately, haughty, disdainful …Bk1905 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– MISPROUD † improperly or unjustifiably vain or proud; arrogant, haughty …1303 obs. exc. arch.
– MUCKLE proud, haughty …Bk1905 Sc.
– NOSE-IN-THE-AIR haughty, disdainful …1882
– OFF-HANDED stiff, haughty; brusque …1883 Eng. dial.
– ON THE HIGH ROPES arrogant, haughty … a1700
– ORGEL † proud, haughty, presumptuous, disdainful …c1200
– ORGHEL † proud, haughty, presumptuous, disdainful …c1200
– ORGILLOUS proud, haughty, disdainful …c1250 arch.
– ORGUEIL † proud, haughty, disdainful, presumptuous …a1275
– ORGUIL † proud, haughty, disdainful, presumptuous …a1275
– ORGUL † proud, haughty, disdainful, presumptuous …a1275
– ORGULOUS proud, haughty, disdainful …c1250 arch.
– ORHEL † proud, haughty, presumptuous, disdainful …c1200
– PAFTY haughty, proud, uppish …1685 Sc. & Eng. dial.  
– PAUGHTY proud, conceited, haughty …1572 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– PROUD AS LUCIFER very haughty and overbearing …1793
– PROUD-FLESH’D haughty, stuck-up …1870 Eng. dial.
– QUAINT †* proud, haughty …a1225
– RANK † proud, high-minded, haughty; froward, rebellious …c1000
– SADDITY arrogant, haughty, snobbish, conceited …1960s US Black sl.
– SANSHACH disdainful, haughty, saucy, surly, snappish …1825 Sc.
– SCANCE proud, haughty, disdainful; distant in manner …Bk1904 Sc.
– SEDDITY arrogant, haughty, snobbish, conceited …1960s US Black sl.
– SIDE haughty, proud …1508 now Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– SIDITTY arrogant, haughty, snobbish, conceited …1960s US Black sl.
– SIDITY arrogant, haughty, snobbish, conceited …1968 US Black sl.
– SIRLY †* lordly, haughty, imperious …c1350
– SNIFTY disdainful, haughty, fault-finding; petty, mean …1871 Amer. sl.
– SNOOTY snobbish, arrogant, haughty and disdainful; supercilious; unpleasant …1919 Amer. sl.
– SNORTY proud, haughty …B1900 Eng. dial.
– SUBLIMATED † puffed up, haughty …1634
– SUPERBILOQUENT † speaking proudly or haughtily …1658
– TAUNT pert, saucy; high and mighty …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– TOPLOFTICAL high-flown, high and mighty, stuck-up, haughty, having a superior or disdainful attitude …1823 colloq. humorous
– TOPLOFTY lofty in manner or character; elevated; haughty, high and mighty, pretentious, stuck-up …1859 colloq. humorous
– UPHEADED alert, shrewd, intelligent; self-confident, arrogant, haughty, conceited …1826 Amer. dial.
 ​haughtiness, haughty – nouns
– ATTITUDE a hostile or haughty attitude; assertive spirit; hence, a cold reception, hostility, anger, etc. …1962 Amer. sl.
– BIGOTTY pride, conceit, haughtiness …1884 Eng. dial.
– FASTIDIE †* pride, haughtiness…1536
– FASTIDIOUSNESS † disdainfulness, haughtiness, pride …1613
– FASTUOSITY † haughtiness, ostentation, pomposity …1656-81
– FASTUOUSNESS haughtiness, ostentation, arrogance …1649
– HAUGHTURE loftiness of manner or bearing; haughtiness of demeanour …a1628
– HAUTAINESSE † haughtiness, pride, arrogance …1297
– HAUTAINETY † haughtiness …a1450
– HAUTESSE † highness, height; loftiness of rank or character; nobility; haughtiness, pride; grandeur, stateliness; length of time …a1300
– HAUTEUR loftiness of manner or bearing; haughtiness of demeanour …a1628
– MAGNIFICENTS a mood of haughty indignation …M19 sl.
– MASS pride, haughtiness, self-conceit …Bk1905 Sc.
– ORGEL † pride, haughtiness …a1023
– ORGELNESS † pride, haughtiness, disdain …a1000
– ORGHEL † pride, haughtiness …a1023
– ORGUEIL † pride, haughtiness, disdainfulness …c1200
– ORGUIL † pride, haughtiness, disdainfulness …c1200
– ORGUL † pride, haughtiness, disdainfulness …c1200
– ORGULITY † n. pride, haughtiness, disdainfulness …1470-85
– ORHEL † pride, haughtiness …a1023
– OVERLINESS † contemptuousness; haughtiness …1610
– UPHEADEDNESS self-confidence, arrogance, conceit, haughtiness …1832 Amer. dial.
– UPHEADINESS self-confidence, arrogance, conceit, haughtiness …1963 Amer. dial.
haughtiness, haughty – person 
– BASHAW a grandee; a haughty, imperious man …1593
– BIG FEELER an arrogant or haughty person; a person who acts important …1913 US sl.
– CAPTAIN GRAND a haughty, blustering fellow …Bk1891 sl.
– FLUFF-OFF a haughty person …Bk1942 US sl.
– GRIMSIR † an austere, stern, morose, or overbearing person; a grim old man; a haughty or arrogant person in office …c1450 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– HIGHPOCKETS a supercilious or haughty person …1972 US sl.
– HINCTY a snobbish, pompous, haughty, or overbearing person; a prominent or important person …1952 US sl.
– MRS. ASTOR’S BILLY GOAT an arrogant, haughty person …1920s US sl.
– MRS. ASTOR’S COW an arrogant, haughty person …1920s US sl.
– MRS. ASTOR’S PET COW an arrogant, haughty person …1920s US sl.
– MRS. ASTOR’S PET HORSE an arrogant, haughty person …1920s US sl.
– MRS. ASTOR’S PLUSH HORSE an arrogant, haughty person …1920s US sl.
– SNOOTY BEAUTY a haughty girl …Bk1942 US sl.
– STIFFRUMP † an obstinate or haughty person …1709 sl.
– WAIP a vain, haughty, self-important person …Bk1866 Sc.
– WAIPER a vain, haughty, self-important person …Bk1866 Sc.
– WAP a vain, haughty, self-important person; one of a somewhat bustling manner; one with showy manners …Bk1866 Sc.
haughtiness, haughty – verbs
– ABOAST †* to address boastfully or haughtily …1377
– ACT LIKE ONE’S SHIT DOESN’T STINK to behave with self-assured haughtiness …Amer. sl.
– BE HIGH IN THE INSTEP to be proud and haughty …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– COCK UP ONE’S NEB to hold one’s head high, to look haughtily or contemptuously …1870 Sc. 
– HOLD UP ONE’S NOSE † to be proud or haughty …1579
– SAIBLE to walk with a proud or haughty carriage …1929 Sc.
– SNOOT to behave haughtily toward; to disdain; to snub …1928 sl.
– SNOT to treat someone disdainfully, to be haughty …1970s Amer. sl.
– TAKE † to take too much upon one; to behave presumptuously or haughtily, to assume airs …c1470
– TAKE ON to assume airs; to behave proudly or haughtily; to presume; to take liberties …1668
HAUL – verbs
– ALLY to haul; to draw forcibly; to pull; to drag along …1783 Eng. dial.
– HAIL to haul; to draw forcibly; to pull; to drag along …1783 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– HALE to draw or pull along, esp. with force or violence; to drag, to haul …c1205
– HARL to drag: usually with the notion of friction or scraping of the ground; to pull, to tug; to trail along the ground; to haul …c1290 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– HAYL to haul; to draw forcibly; to pull; to drag along …1783 Eng. dial.
– HORSE to haul; in fishing: to attempt to haul in a hooked fish through violent effort …1905 US sl.
– SKIN to haul or drag something, esp. a log, or logging equipment …1931 Amer. dial.
– TO-HALE † to haul or drag asunder; to pull about …1387
– WAG to carry or transport with difficulty; to lug, to tote, to haul …1931 Amer. dial.
HAULING – nouns
– HARL the act of hauling or dragging …1808 Sc.
HAUNT – nouns
– HEAF an abode, a residence; an habitual haunt …1872 Eng. dial.
– TRAPS your usual haunts …1933 Aust. sl.
haunt – verbs 
– APPEAR of ghosts: to ‘walk’, to haunt places …Bk1898 N. Ireland
– DOG †* to haunt a place, etc. …1600
HAUNTED – adjectives
– BOGLIE haunted by hobgoblins or ‘bogies’ …Bk1911 Sc.
HAUNTING – nouns
– THUMB-CAP a haunting thing; an apparition, a ghost …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
HAVE – verbs
– EVATCH to have …M19 back-slang
HAVEN – nouns
– HAIN a haven, a place of refuge …1890 Sc.
– HAUEN a harbour, a haven …1854 Eng. dial.
– HAWN a harbour, a haven …1854 Eng. dial.
– MERMOOTH the entrance to a haven …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– YANNIGAN a bag for transporting one’s personal belongings; a haversack; a trunk …1925 Amer. dial.
– YOUNG CHARLEY an infantryman’s haversack …M20 army sl.
HAVING – nouns
– HAVE † a having, possession …c1200
– HAVINGNESS † the quality of having or possessing; desire of having, covetousness …1577
– HAVIOUR † the fact of having; possession; a possession, property; estate, substance, wealth …c1400
– HAVOUR † the fact of having; possession; a possession, property; estate, substance, wealth …c1400
HAVOC – nouns
– DERSE havoc …1828 Eng. dial.
– DOGS OF WAR, THE in Shakespeare: the unleashed savagery accompanying war; hence, havoc, chaos, esp. resulting from conflict …a1616
– HACK havoc, injury, damage …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
havoc – verbs 
– PLAY BUGGERY to play havoc with someone or something …1898
– PLAY HAMLET WITH to ‘play the deuce with; to give one a ‘good blowing up’ …1874 Eng. dial.
– PLAY MERRY-COME-UP to play havoc, to ravage …1895 Eng. dial.
– PLAY OLD GOOSEBERRY to make a great disturbance or commotion; to turn everything into confusion; to cause havoc …1828
– PLAY THUNDER to wreak havoc; to err, to blunder, to commit an error …1849 Amer. dial.
– SCROG to damage; to wreak havoc with …1975 Amer. dial.
HAWAII – nouns
– ALOHA STATE the state of Hawaii …1959 colloq.
– HULA LAND Hawaii …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
Hawaii – person 
– EHU a red-headed Hawaiian …1967 Hawaii
– HAOLE one who is not a native Hawaiian; a White man; a foreigner …1843 Hawaiian
– HAWAIIAMERICAN a citizen of Hawaii …1959
– HAWAIIAN a native or inhabitant of Hawaii …1893
– HILOITE a native or inhabitant of Hilo, Hawaii …Bk2006
– HONOLULAN a native or inhabitant of Honolulu, Hawaii …Bk2006
– KAHUNA a priest of the native Hawaiian religion; a wise man; a minister; now esp. a sorcerer …1873 Hawaii
– KANAKA (often derogatory) a Hawaiian native, esp. a man; the Hawaiian language …1820 chiefly Hawaii
– KANOCK (sometimes derogatory) a Hawaiian …M19 sl.
– MOKE (usually derogatory) a Black person; occasionally a Filipino or Hawaiian …1856 Amer. dial.
– POI DOG (derogatory) a person of native Hawaiian ancestry …1938 Amer. dial.
– SANDWICHER † a native of the Sandwich Islands (Hawaii) …1817
HAWK (bird) – adjectives
– HAGGARD † of a hawk or owl: caught after having assumed the adult plumage; hence, wild, untamed …1567
hawk (bird) – nouns 
– FLAGS the long feathers on the leg of a hawk or falcon
– JACK a male hawk …1623
– MAIL the breast feathers of a hawk when full grown …Bk1910
– NARE a nostril of a hawk …now arch.
– SINGLE in falconry: the middle or outer claw on the foot of a hawk or falcon …1486 now arch.
– TICKAREE a hawk …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
hawk (bird) – person
– ACCIPITRARY a person who keeps and trains hawks or falcons; a falconer, one who catches birds of prey …1633 arch. & hist.
– HAWKER one who engages in the sport of hawking; one who tends or trains hawks; a falconer …a975
HAWK (sell) – verbs 
– BADGE † to deal as a ‘badger’ (see Hawker ) ; to hawk for sale; to buy up provisions for the purpose of selling again elsewhere …1552
– CADGE to hawk goods for sale …1890 Sc. & N. Ireland
– CADGELL † to hawk, to peddle …1824 Sc.
– CADGER to hawk …20C Ireland
– CALL to sell or hawk in a cart; to go round begging …1843 Sc.
– CRY to offer for sale by auction or by hawking in the streets …1393
– FAKE among peddlers and street hawkers: to sell …1903 Amer. sl.
HAWK (expectorate) – verbs
– YAWK to hawk, to clear the throat; to retch in vomiting …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– YESK † to belch; to hawk; to cough, to clear the throat, to expectorate …c1386 obs. exc. Sc. & Eng. dial.
– YEX † to belch; to hawk; to cough, to clear the throat, to expectorate …c1386 obs. exc. Sc. & Eng. dial.
HAWKER – nouns
– BARRIKIN a hawker’s sales patter …M19 sl.
– FAKE among peddlers and street hawkers: any odd item to be sold on the street or door to door, esp. if worthless or deceptive …1889 sl.
hawker – person 
– BACHLER a hawker, a peddler …1825 Sc.
– BADGER † one who buys corn and other commodities and carries them elsewhere to sell; an itinerant dealer who acts as a middleman between producer (farmer, fisherman, etc.) and consumer; a cadger, hawker, or huckster …a1500 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– BADGER BODY a person who buys corn and retails the meal ground at the mill of another; a travelling dealer in butter, etc. …Bk1878 Eng. dial.
– BATTLER a small-time hawker; a hard-up horse trainer struggling along in the game; a hard, conscientious worker …1898 Aust. & NZ
– BAUCHLAR, BAUCHLER † a hawker, a peddler; also, a term of contempt …1722 Sc. 
– BAWLER a hawker who cries his wares in the street …1877 Eng. dial.
– BLACKBERRY SWAGGER a hawker of tapes, shoelaces, etc. …c1850 sl.
– BOWL-MAN a male hawker of crockery …Bk1911 Sc.
– BOWL-WIFE a female hawker of crockery …Bk1911 Sc.
– BUMBOAT a hawker or peddler aboard a Navy ship …Amer. World War I sl.
– CADGE a young peddler, hawker; a beggar, tramp …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– CADGER a carrier, a huckster, a hawker of small wares …1785 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– CANDYBOB a hawker, a ragman; they generally gave a kind of toffee, called candy, in exchange for rags, etc. …c1873 Sc.
– CANDYMAN a hawker, a ragman; they generally gave a kind of toffee, called candy, in exchange for rags, etc. …1870 Sc.
– EGGLER a hawker who collects eggs through the country for sale; a poulterer …1791 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– GANG-ABOUT a hawker of small wares from door to door …1882 Sc.
– GANGER a tramp, a beggar, a vagrant, a hawker …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– GANNER a poor hawker or beggar …Bk1893 Eng. dial.
– GATE-GANGER † a road-goer; hence, a pedestrian; a travelling hawker; a tramp …1871 Sc.
– HAND-SAW a street hawker who sells cutlery, razors, and knives in the streets …Bk1860 sl.
– HAND-SAW FENCER one who sells knives in the streets …Bk1895 Aust. criminals’ sl.
– HANSELLER a handseller, a street salesman; a ‘cheapjack’ …1851
– HAWKER a man who goes from place to place selling his goods, or who cries them in the street …1510
– HAWKSTER a hawker, a street vendor or itinerant peddler …1950 Amer. dial.
– HEEL a petty hawker …1930s US carnival sl.
– HEGGLER a higgler, an itinerant dealer in eggs, poultry, etc. …Bk1893 Eng. dial.
– HIGGLER an itinerant dealer; especially a carrier or huckster who buys up poultry and dairy produce, and supplies in exchange petty commodities from the shops in town …1637
– JAGGER a carrier, a carter; a peddler, a hawker …1514 Eng. dial.
– OBSERVATIONIST one who spies out likely boot for thieves, generally a peddler, hawker, etc. …1890 cant
– PACKMAN an itinerant trader who carries goods in a pack for sale; a peddler, a hawker …1571
– PAKKI a hawker …Bk1914 Sc.
– PANNIER-MAN a hawker of fish, etc., who carries his goods in panniers over the back of a horse or donkey …1678 Eng. dial.
– PANNY-MAN a hawker of fish, etc., who carries his goods in panniers over the back of a horse or donkey …1678 Eng. dial.
– POT FAKER a hawker of crockery or earthenware …1873 sl.
– RUNNING-STATIONER a hawker, or one who cries news and books about the streets …1699
– SNARLER † a species of peddler or hawker …1398
– STROLLER a vagabond, itinerant, man of no settled abode; a gypsy, beggar, peddler, hawker, etc. …c1696 sl.
– WALKING STATIONER a hawker of books, prints, pamphlets, gallows confessions, popular songs, and similar materials …c1786 UK sl. 
– YAGGER a peddler, a hawker …1821 Sc. & Eng. dial.
HAWKING – nouns
– GAMMY VIAL † a town where the police will not let persons beg or hawk …1859 UK tramps’ sl.
– GAMMY VILLE † a town where the police will not let persons beg or hawk …1859 UK tramps’ sl.
HAWTHORN – nouns
– HAW 1. the fruit of the hawthorn …a1000
2. the hawthorn tree, Crataegus Oxyacantha …1865 Eng. dial.
– HAW-BUSS a hawthorn tree …1810 Sc.
– HAW-GAW the fruit of the hawthorn, Crataegus Oxyacantha …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– HAW-TREE † the hawthorn …a1300
– MAY-BREAD-AND-CHEESE the leaves and buds of the hawthorn …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MAY-FRUITS the berries of the hawthorn …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
HAY – nouns
– BED a heap of hay …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– HAYSEL the hay season …a1825
– SAP a wisp of hay or straw …1895 Eng. dial.
hay – person 
– JAGGER a small dealer in hay …1877 Eng. dial.
HAY FEVER – nouns
– HAY-ASTHMA. hay-fever …1827
– HAY SNEEZER hay fever …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– SUMMER CATARRH hay fever …1828
– SUMMER FEVER hay fever …1867
HAYSTACK – nouns
– DESS a haystack …B1900 Sc.
HAZARD – nouns
– BALANCE † objective uncertainty or suspense; risk, hazard …1330
– CASE † chance, hazard, hap …1340-70
– HAND-HAP a chance, hazard …Bk1905 Sc.
– VENTURE † danger, jeopardy, hazard, or peril; the chance or risk of incurring harm or loss …1550
hazard – verbs 
– DAUNT to dare, to challenge; to provoke to some hazardous deed …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– HAZARDIZE †* to put in hazard; to jeopardize, to risk …1628
– JEOPARD to put in jeopardy; to expose to loss, injury, or death; to hazard, to risk, to imperil …c1374
– JEOPARDY to put in jeopardy; to expose to loss, injury, death; to hazard, to risk, to imperil …1460
– PERICLITATE * to expose to peril, endanger, risk, hazard …1623
– RAP to hazard; to attempt a thing at all risks …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
HAZARDOUS – adjectives
– ADVENTUROUS † full of risk or peril; hazardous, perilous …c1350
– DICKY of things, conditions, etc.: uncertain, doubtful, critical, hazardous; rickety, shaky, tottering …1851
– DISCRIMINOUS †* hazardous, dangerous, perilous, full of jeopardy …1666
– HAZARD †* hazardous …1601
– HAZARDABLE † involving hazard; hazardous, risky …1623
– HAZARDFUL †* risky, hazardous, perilous …1626
– JEOPARDIOUS † fraught with danger or risk; hazardous, risky, perilous, dangerous …1502
– JEOPARDOUS † fraught with risk or danger; hazardous, risky, perilous, dangerous …1451
– PERICULOUS † dangerous, hazardous, full of peril …1547
– TICKLISH liable to end in disaster unless treated with great care; needing cautious handling or action; delicate, critical, precarious, risky, hazardous …1592
– VENTURABLE †* adventurable; attemptable; venturous, hazardous …1576
hazard – nouns  (includes HAZARDOUSNESS)
– JEOPARDOUSNESS † hazardousness, jeopardy …1730
– HAZARDIZE † a hazardous position; a condition of peril or risk …1590 nonce use
– HAZ-MAT hazardous material …1983 US sl.
HAZE – nouns
– HASK a haze on the horizon foreboding wind …1897 Sc.
– JACK STARTLES A STOOPY a shimmering of the atmosphere near the ground on a hot day; a heat haze …1889 Sc.
– OAM a warm, stuffy atmosphere; a gust of hot air, a heat-haze …1866 Sc.
– OOM an indistinct appearance or image of anything, as the loom of land through a haze …1892 Sc.
– OOTHER a light morning mist or haze; the flickering haze that rises from the ground on a warm day …1818 Sc.
– SCAM a film of vapour, a haze, mist, or shadow …1824 Sc.
– SCAUM a thin haze, a light, misty vapour …1824 Sc.
haze – verbs 
– BUCK to haze; to swing a child against a stationary object or another child …1890 Amer. dial.
– SCAUM to envelope in a mist or haze; to shade …1871 Sc.
HAZEL – adjectives
– HAZELEN † pert. to the hazel …c1000
hazel – nouns
– BEARD-TREE the hazel …Bk1888
– HAZEL-RISE † a twig or bough of the hazel …1300
HAZELNUT – nouns
– HALL-NUT – the hazelnut …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– HAZENUT a hazelnut …1923 Amer. dial.
– LEEMERS ripe hazelnuts …Bk1875 Eng. dial.
– VICTOR-NUTS hazelnuts …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
HAZINESS – nouns
– NEBULOSITY haziness, cloudiness …1848
HAZING – person
– HAZER a person who forces a new or potential recruit to the military, a university fraternity or sorority, a sports team, etc. to perform strenuous, humiliating, or dangerous tasks …1868 Amer.
HAZY – adjectives
– MOAK, MOKE hazy, dark …Bk1855 Eng. dial.
– MOKEY, MOKY of weather: foggy, hazy …1938 Amer. dial.
– NEBULOUS hazy, vague, indistinct, formless …1831
– ROAKY hazy, misty …Bk1886
– SCAUMY misty, hazy; of an imperfect or disagreeable colour …1824 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– SMURRY hazy, overcast, cloudy …1887 Amer. dial.
hazy – verbs 
– OOM to appear hazily through mist or darkness …1964 Sc.
– SMURR UP to gradually become a bit hazy …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.