hare's ear

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English harys eere, haris heere, hares eres, equivalent to hare's +‎ ear.

Noun[edit]

hare's ear

  1. (fishing) A traditional artificial fly imitating an aquatic insect larva, used in fly fishing.
  2. Any of various plants in the genus Bupleurum.
  3. The fungus Otidea onotica.

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