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Definition of Harry

Harry

  1. To strip; to lay waste; as, the Northmen came several times and harried the land.
  2. To agitate; to worry; to harrow; to harass.
  3. To make a predatory incursion; to plunder or lay waste.

Harry Quotations

I understand why society, especially American society, is gravitating toward fairy tales, given our economy. We've been exploring the world of witches and wizards for years. We've been exploring the world of vampires for years. Clearly the public - I mean, I feel like all of this was ushered in by 'Harry Potter' - in my own fannish beliefs.
Ginnifer Goodwin

It's always at the back of my mind that acting might come to an end for me when Harry Potter finishes. I don't know if I'm good enough to have a long career. I've got a bit of an inferiority complex about my acting. My self-esteem is quite low in that sense.
Rupert Grint

After being in Harry Potter, I believe a bit more in magic than I did before.
Rupert Grint

I only discovered the 'Harry Potter' series in my tenth standard. I dived right into it, often reading non-stop through the day and night. It was the morning after one such readathon when I was to appear for a Chemistry exam. Spending my night with the third edition of Harry Potter didn't help much, and I fared poorly.
Sonam Kapoor

Harry Truman, who was a Bible-believing Christian Zionist, defied the secretary of state he so admired, George C. Marshall, and won a place in Israel's history by recognizing the new state 11 minutes after it declared its independence in 1948.
Elliott Abrams
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Harry Translations

harry in Italian is saccheggiare
harry in Spanish is pillar