- (noun) coastal fog along certain lands bordering the North Sea
- (noun) a cold sea mist or fog off the North Sea
"From the Scots dictionary: haar (pronounced hahr) – A haar is a type of cold mist or fog from the North Sea which frequently occurs along the East coast."
"Edinburgh "haar," though it was not cold except between midnight and daybreak; the air was thick with fine sand dust, and often she could not see three yards away."
"A regular St. Andrews "haar;" and St. Andrews people know what that is."
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