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Definition of Haaf

Haaf
Haaf Haaf, n. [Of Scand. origin; cf. Icel. & Sw. haf the sea, Dan. hav, perh. akin to E. haven.] The deepsea fishing for cod, ling, and tusk, off the Shetland Isles.

Meaning of Haaf from wikipedia

- reacts with alkenes to form carboxylic acids in a process known as the Koch–Haaf reaction. In the Gattermann–Koch reaction, arenes are converted to benzaldehyde...
- and mermaids prefer to ****ume the shape of larger seals, referred to as Haaf-fish. A typical folk-tale is that of a man who steals a female selkie's skin...
- Haaf net fishing is an ancient type of salmon and sea trout net fishing practised in Britain, and is particularly ****ociated with the Solway Firth, the...
- Meredith Haaf (born 1983) is a German feminist writer. Haaf was born in Munich, Germany in 1983. In 2013, Les Inrockuptibles described Haaf as the "European...
- Jochum ten Haaf (17 December 1978, Maastricht) is a Dutch actor, notable for stage, film and television work including Charles II: The Power and The P****ion...
- Dietmar Haaf (born 6 March 1967 in Bad Cannstatt) is a former (West) German long jumper. He won the gold medal at the 1990 European Championships in Split...
- Haaf Gruney is a small island in the north east of the Shetland Islands. The island is between Unst and Fetlar which are to the north and south respectively...
- third Humble Indie Bundle in 2011, at which time the underlying engine, Haaf's Game Engine was made cross-platform and open-sourced. The player is a member...
- Alcidodes adustus Haaf, 1961 Alcidodes agnatus Haaf, 1964 Alcidodes albocinctus Blanchard, 1853 Alcidodes alienus Haaf, 1961 Alcidodes amandus Haaf, 1961 Alcidodes...
- (Harold, 1872) Omorgus demarzi (Haaf, 1958) Omorgus dohrni (Harold, 1871) Omorgus elderi (Blackburn, 1892) Omorgus elongatus (Haaf, 1954) Omorgus euclensis (Blackburn...