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Correct spelling: Hearn

Common misspellings for Hearn:

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Hearn \he(a)-rn\

Meaning:
horse-lord
Origin:
Celtic
Details:
Hearn as a boy's name is a variant of Ahearn (Celtic), and the meaning of Hearn is "horse-lord".
Meaning:
Hearne, Hern.
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Examples of usage for Hearn:

  1. I've hearn Man swear at her like-" He reached the corral, and his insatiable curiosity turned his thoughts into a different channel. – Lonesome Land by B. M. Bower
  2. In fact the best way to judge if a composition in verse is poetry is, as Goethe and Hearn said, to translate it into the prose of another language; if poetic emotions are not then revealed, rest assured that they were never present in the original work. – The Literature of Ecstasy by Albert Mordell
  3. For example, Hearn a poet himself, took up many English poems and paraphrased and explained them to his Japanese students. – The Literature of Ecstasy by Albert Mordell

Rhymes for Hearn:

  1. burn, erne, earn, berne, verne, fern, bern, byrne, kern, hearne, kearn, sterne, hern, yearn, dern, vern, durn, learn, spurn, churn, stearne, burne, urn, herne, stearn, stern, cern, hurn, turn;
  2. concern, ahern, ahearn, laverne, return, discern, sauterne, adjourn, aherne, upturn;
  3. unconcern;
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