haaf (rhymes with laugh)
The haaf is an Orkney and Shetland word for the open sea, as distinct from coastal waters.
haar (pronounced hahr)
A haar is a type of cold mist or fog from the North Sea which frequently occurs along the East coast.
The east-coast haar has lowered temperatures in Edinburgh in the morning and evening recently.
The word is of Dutch origin, coming either from Middle Dutch hare, a biting wind, or Frisian harig, damp.
A habble is a clumsy, not particularly successful, attempt to carry out a physical task.
He was having a habble trying to get the childproof lid off the bottle.
A habble is also a mess.
You've made a right habble of that bedroom.
habit and repute
Someone who is something by habit and repute is so openly and publicly regarded as being that thing that it is held to be true for legal purposes.
married by habit and repute
A hack is a crack or graze in the skin caused by cold.
hackit or hacket
A hackit person is ugly. The word is most often applied to women.
I do not fancy her. She's hackit!