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{adj: hairless} having no hair or fur
"a Mexican Hairless is about the size of a fox terrier and hairless except for a tufts on the head and tail"
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{adj: hairy, haired, hirsute} having or covered with hair
"Jacob was a hairy man"
"a hairy caterpillar"
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{adj: hairy} hazardous and frightening
"hairy moments in the mountains"

{adj: insectlike, insect-like} resembling an insect
"a hairy insectlike flower"

{adj: rough-haired} having hairy that feels rough

{n: African hemp, Sparmannia africana} large shrub of South Africa having many conspicuously hairy branches with large hairy leaves and clusters of conspicuous white flowers

{n: American pasqueflower, Eastern pasque flower, wild crocus, lion's beard, prairie anemone, blue tulip, American pulsatilla, Pulsatilla patens, Anemone ludoviciana} short hairy perennial with early spring blue-violet or lilac flowers; North America and Siberia

{n: Barnaby's thistle, yellow star-thistle, Centaurea solstitialis} European weed having a winged stem and hairy leaves; adventive in the eastern United States

{n: Bigfoot, Sasquatch} large hairy humanoid creature said to live in wilderness areas of the United States and Canada

{n: Cuban bast, blue mahoe, mahoe, majagua, mahagua, Hibiscus elatus} erect forest tree of Cuba and Jamaica having variably hairy leaves and orange-yellow or orange-red flowers; yields a moderately dense timber for cabinetwork and gunstocks

{n: Cyamopsis, genus Cyamopsis} small genus of annual usually hairy herbs of tropical Africa and Arabia

{n: Eriophyllum, genus Eriophyllum} genus of hairy herbs and shrubs of western North America

{n: European larch, Larix decidua} tall European tree having a slender conic crown, flat needlelike leaves, and hairy cone scales

{n: Gerea, genus Gerea} small genus of hairy herbs with yellow flowers

{n: Gnaphalium, genus Gnaphalium} large widely distributed genus of coarse hairy herbs with whitish involucres

{n: Hieracium, genus Hieracium} large genus of perennial hairy herbs of Europe to western Asia to northwestern Africa and North America; few are ornamental; often considered congeneric with Pilosella

{n: Hydnocarpus laurifolia, Hydnocarpus wightiana} leathery-leaved tree of western India bearing round fruits with brown densely hairy rind enclosing oily pulp that yields hydnocarpus oil

{n: Jerusalem artichoke, girasol, Jerusalem artichoke sunflower, Helianthus tuberosus} tall perennial with hairy stems and leaves; widely cultivated for its large irregular edible tubers

{n: Jupiter's beard, silverbush, silver-bush, Anthyllis barba-jovis} silvery hairy European shrub with evergreen foliage and pale yellow flowers

{n: Labrador tea, crystal tea, Ledum groenlandicum} evergreen shrub of eastern North America having white or creamy bell-shaped flowers and dark green hairy leaves used for tea during American Revolution

{n: Lesquerella, genus Lesquerella} genus of low-growing hairy herbs: bladderpods

{n: Loasaceae, family Loasaceae, loasa family} family of bristly hairy sometimes climbing plants; America and Africa and southern Arabia

{n: New World monkey, platyrrhine, platyrrhinian} hairy-faced arboreal monkeys having widely separated nostrils and long usually prehensile tails

{n: Papaver, genus Papaver} type genus of the Papaveraceae; chiefly bristly hairy herbs with usually showy flowers

{n: Peruvian cotton, Gossypium peruvianum} cotton with long rough hairy fibers

{n: Pilosella, genus Pilosella} genus of hairy perennial herbs with horizontal rhizomes and leafy or underground stolons; Eurasia and North Africa; often considered congeneric with Hieracium

{n: Psychodidae, family Psychodidae} very small two-winged flies with hairy wings that develop in moss and damp vegetable matter: sand flies

{n: Salicaceae, family Salicaceae, willow family} two genera of trees or shrubs having hairy catkins: Salix; Populus

{n: Stachys, genus Stachys} large genus of usually woolly or hairy herbs or subshrubs or shrubs; temperate eastern hemisphere; tropical Australasia

{n: Symbion pandora} only known species of Cycliophora; lives symbiotically attached to a lobster's lip by an adhesive disk and feeding by means of a hairy mouth ring; its complex life cycle includes asexual and sexual phases

{n: Tetraneuris, genus Tetraneuris} genus of hairy yellow-flowered plants of the western United States

{n: abominable snowman, yeti} a large hairy humanoid creature said to live in the Himalayas

{n: alpine gold, alpine hulsea, Hulsea algida} low tufted plant having hairy stems each topped by a flower head with short narrow yellow rays; northwestern United States

{n: apocrine gland} a large sweat gland that produces both a fluid and an apocrine secretion; in human beings located in hairy regions of the body

{n: arctiid, arctiid moth} stout-bodied broad-winged moth with conspicuously striped or spotted wings; larvae are hairy caterpillars

{n: beard} hairy growth on or near the face of certain mammals

{n: bee fly} hairy nectar-eating fly that resembles a bee; larvae are parasitic on larvae of bees and related insects

{n: bee} any of numerous hairy-bodied insects including social and solitary species

{n: black nightshade, common nightshade, poisonberry, poison-berry, Solanum nigrum} Eurasian herb naturalized in America having white flowers and poisonous hairy foliage and bearing black berries that are sometimes poisonous but sometimes edible

{n: bladderpod} any of several hairy North American herbs having yellow racemose flowers and inflated pods

{n: blessed thistle, sweet sultan, Cnicus benedictus} annual of Mediterranean to Portugal having hairy stems and minutely spiny-toothed leaves and large heads of yellow flowers

{n: blowfly, blow fly} large usually hairy metallic blue or green fly; lays eggs in carrion or dung or wounds

{n: blue daisy, blue marguerite, Felicia amelloides} hairy South African or Australian subshrub that has daisylike flowers with blue rays

{n: bluejack oak, turkey oak, Quercus incana} small semi-evergreen shrubby tree of southeastern United States having hairy young branchlets and leaves narrowing to a slender bristly point

{n: borage, tailwort, Borago officinalis} hairy blue-flowered European annual herb long used in herbal medicine and eaten raw as salad greens or cooked like spinach

{n: botfly} stout-bodied hairy dipterous fly whose larvae are parasites on humans and other mammals

{n: breadroot, Indian breadroot, pomme blanche, pomme de prairie, Psoralea esculenta} densely hairy perennial of central North America having edible tuberous roots

{n: bumblebee, humblebee} robust hairy social bee of temperate regions

{n: caddis fly, caddis-fly, caddice fly, caddice-fly} small moth-like insect having two pairs of hairy membranous wings and aquatic larvae

{n: camphor dune tansy, Tanacetum camphoratum} densely hairy plant with rayless flowers; San Francisco Bay area

{n: cat thyme, marum, Teucrium marum} Mediterranean germander having small hairy leaves and reddish purple flowers; attractive to cats

{n: caterpillar} a wormlike and often brightly colored and hairy or spiny larva of a butterfly or moth

{n: catmint, catnip, Nepeta cataria} hairy aromatic perennial herb having whorls of small white purple-spotted flowers in a terminal spike; used in the past as a domestic remedy; strongly attractive to cats

{n: chaparral mallow, Malacothamnus fasciculatus, Sphaeralcea fasciculata} shrub of coastal ranges of California and Baja California having hairy branches and spikes of numerous mauve flowers; sometimes placed in genus Sphaeralcea

{n: clustered poppy mallow, Callirhoe triangulata} densely hairy perennial having mostly triangular basal leaves and rose-purple flowers in panicled clusters

{n: columnea} tropical plant having thick hairy somewhat toothed leaves and solitary or clustered yellow to scarlet flowers; many cultivated for their flowers and ornamental foliage

{n: common alder, European black alder, Alnus glutinosa, Alnus vulgaris} medium-sized tree with brown-black bark and woody fruiting catkins; leaves are hairy beneath

{n: common horehound, white horehound, Marrubium vulgare} European aromatic herb with hairy leaves and numerous white flowers in axillary cymes; leaves yield a bitter extract use medicinally and as flavoring

{n: common mugwort, Artemisia vulgaris} European tufted aromatic perennial herb having hairy red or purple stems and dark green leaves downy white below and red-brown florets

{n: common speedwell, gypsyweed, Veronica officinalis} common hairy European perennial with pale blue or lilac flowers in axillary racemes

{n: cotton thistle, woolly thistle, Scotch thistle, Onopordum acanthium, Onopordon acanthium} biennial Eurasian white hairy thistle having pale purple flowers; naturalized in North America

{n: cotton, cotton plant} erect bushy mallow plant or small tree bearing bolls containing seeds with many long hairy fibers

{n: cowage, velvet bean, Bengal bean, Benghal bean, Florida bean, Mucuna pruriens utilis, Mucuna deeringiana, Mucuna aterrima, Stizolobium deeringiana} the annual woody vine of Asia having long clusters of purplish flowers and densely hairy pods; cultivated in southern United States for green manure and grazing

{n: creeping snowberry, moxie plum, maidenhair berry, Gaultheria hispidula} slow-growing procumbent evergreen shrublet of northern North America and Japan having white flowers and numerous white fleshy rough and hairy seeds

{n: daphnia, water flea} minute freshwater crustacean having a round body enclosed in a transparent shell; moves about like a flea by means of hairy branched antennae

{n: desert sunflower, Gerea canescens} slender hairy plant with few leaves and golden-yellow flower heads; sandy desert areas of southeastern California to southwestern Utah and western Arizona and northwestern Mexico

{n: dichondra, Dichondra micrantha} a creeping perennial herb with hairy stems and orbicular to reniform leaves and small white to greenish flowers; used as a grass substitute in warm regions

{n: downy birch, white birch, Betula pubescens} European birch with dull white to pale brown bark and somewhat drooping hairy branches

{n: downy brome, downy bromegrass, downy cheat, downy chess, cheatgrass, drooping brome, Bromus tectorum} annual or winter annual grass with softly hairy leaves of the Mediterranean

{n: dusty miller, silver-lace, silver lace, Tanacetum ptarmiciflorum, Chrysanthemum ptarmiciflorum} shrubby perennial of the Canary Islands having white flowers and leaves and hairy stems covered with dustlike down; sometimes placed in genus Chrysanthemum

{n: eggplant, aubergine, brinjal, eggplant bush, garden egg, mad apple, Solanum melongena} hairy upright herb native to southeastern Asia but widely cultivated for its large glossy edible fruit commonly used as a vegetable

{n: engelmannia} common erect hairy perennial of plains and prairies of southern and central United States having flowers that resemble sunflowers

{n: false gromwell} any of several North American perennial herbs with hairy foliage and small yellowish or greenish flowers

{n: false indigo, bastard indigo, Amorpha californica} an erect to spreading hairy shrub of the Pacific coast of the United States having racemes of red to indigo flowers

{n: fiddleneck, Phacelia tanacetifolia} hairy annual of California to Mexico with crowded cymes of small blue to lilac or mauve flowers

{n: fleabane, feabane mullet, Pulicaria dysenterica} hairy perennial Eurasian herb with yellow daisylike flowers reputed to destroy or drive away fleas

{n: fly orchid} any of several dwarf creeping orchids with small bizarre insectlike hairy flowers on slender stalks

{n: fragrant sumac, lemon sumac, Rhus aromatica} sweet-scented sumac of eastern America having ternate leaves and yellowish-green flowers in spikes resembling catkins followed by red hairy fruits

{n: fur, pelt} the dressed hairy coat of a mammal

{n: fur} a garment made of the dressed hairy coat of a mammal

{n: gaillardia} any plant of western America of the genus Gaillardia having hairy leaves and long-stalked flowers in hot vibrant colors from golden yellow and copper to rich burgundy

{n: genus Anchusa} rough and hairy Old World herbs

{n: genus Andryala} genus of hardy hairy latex-producing perennials of Mediterranean area

{n: genus Episcia} genus of tropical American herbs having soft hairy foliage

{n: genus Gaillardia} genus of western American hairy herbs with showy flowers

{n: genus Pavonia} genus of tropical hairy shrubs or herbs of tropics and subtropics especially South America

{n: genus Xeranthemum} genus of annual densely hairy herbs of Mediterranean to southwestern Asia

{n: gipsywort, gypsywort, Lycopus europaeus} hairy Eurasian herb with two-lipped white flowers

{n: great plains paintbrush, Castilleja sessiliflora} hairy plant with pinkish flowers; Great Plains to northern Mexico

{n: groundsel tree, groundsel bush, consumption weed, cotton-seed tree, Baccharis halimifolia} a shrub of salt marshes of eastern and south central North America and West Indies; fruit is surrounded with white plumelike hairy tufts

{n: hairy darling pea, Swainsona greyana, Swainsona grandiflora} shrubby perennial of southern Australia having downy or woolly stems and undersides of leaves and racemes of red to pink flowers

{n: hairy golden aster, prairie golden aster, Heterotheca villosa, Chrysopsis villosa} hairy perennial with yellow flower heads in branched clusters; found almost everywhere in dry places from Canada to west central and western United States; sometimes placed in genus Chrysopsis

{n: hairy honeysuckle, Lonicera hirsuta} twining deciduous shrub with hairy leaves and spikes of yellow-orange flowers; northeastern America

{n: hairy root} a phase of crown gall (especially in apples) during which there is abnormal development of fine fibrous roots

{n: hairy spurge, Euphorbia hirsuta} much-branched hirsute weed native to northeastern North America

{n: hairy tongue, furry tongue, black tongue} a benign side effect of some antibiotics; dark overgrowth of the papillae of the tongue

{n: hairy vetch, hairy tare, Vicia villosa} European vetch much cultivated as forage and cover crops

{n: hairy willowherb, codlins-and-cream, Epilobium hirsutum} plant of Europe and Asia having purplish-red flowers and hairy stems and leaves; introduced into North America

{n: hairy wood mint, Blephilia hirsuta} a variety of wood mint

{n: hairy-legged vampire bat, Diphylla ecaudata} similar in size and habits to Desmodus rotundus; of tropical America including southern California and Texas

{n: hare's-foot fern} either of two ferns of the genus Davallia having a soft grey hairy rootstock

{n: hawkweed} any of numerous often hairy plants of the genus Hieracium having yellow or orange flowers that resemble the dandelion

{n: henbane, black henbane, stinking nightshade, Hyoscyamus niger} poisonous fetid Old World herb having sticky hairy leaves and yellow-brown flowers; yields hyoscyamine and scopolamine

{n: herb bennet, cloveroot, clover-root, wood avens, Geum urbanum} hairy Eurasian plant with small yellow flowers and an astringent root formerly used medicinally

{n: hoary alison, hoary alyssum, Berteroa incana} tall European annual with downy grey-green foliage and dense heads of small white flowers followed by hairy pods; naturalized in North America; sometimes a troublesome weed

{n: hoary pea} a plant of the genus Tephrosia having pinnate leaves and white or purplish flowers and flat hairy pods

{n: hoary plantain, Plantago media} widely distributed Old World perennial naturalized in North America having finely hairy leaves and inconspicuous white fragrant flowers

{n: hoary puccoon, Indian paint, Lithospermum canescens} perennial North American plant with greyish hairy foliage yielding a red or yellow pigment

{n: hobbit} an imaginary being similar to a person but smaller and with hairy feet; invented by J.R.R. Tolkien

{n: kingfisher daisy, Felicia bergeriana} softly hairy South African herb having flowers with bright blue rays

{n: kudzu, kudzu vine, Pueraria lobata} fast-growing vine from eastern Asia having tuberous starchy roots and hairy trifoliate leaves and racemes of purple flowers followed by long hairy pods containing many seeds; grown for fodder and forage and root starch; widespread in the southern United States

{n: lappet, lappet moth} medium-sized hairy moths; larvae are lappet caterpillars

{n: large crabgrass, hairy finger grass, Digitaria sanguinalis} a European forage grass grown for hay; a naturalized weed in United States

{n: leathery grape fern, Botrychium multifidum} European fern with leathery and sparsely hairy fronds

{n: lenten rose, black hellebore, Helleborus orientalis} slightly hairy perennial having deep green leathery leaves and flowers that are ultimately purplish-green

{n: mammoth} any of numerous extinct elephants widely distributed in the Pleistocene; extremely large with hairy coats and long upcurved tusks

{n: mango} large oval tropical fruit having smooth skin, juicy aromatic pulp, and a large hairy seed

{n: moth bean, Vigna aconitifolia, Phaseolus aconitifolius} East Indian legume having hairy foliage and small yellow flowers followed by cylindrical pods; used especially in India for food and forage and as a soil conditioner; sometimes placed in genus Phaseolus

{n: mouse-ear hawkweed, Pilosella officinarum, Hieracium pilocella} European hawkweed having soft hairy leaves; sometimes placed in genus Hieracium

{n: negro vine, Vincetoxicum hirsutum, Vincetoxicum negrum} twining vine with hairy foliage and dark purplish-brown flowers

{n: northern dune tansy, Tanacetum douglasii} lightly hairy rhizomatous perennial having aromatic feathery leaves and stems bearing open clusters of small buttonlike yellow flowers; sand dunes of Pacific coast of North America

{n: nut-leaved screw tree, Helicteres isora} East Indian shrub often cultivated for its hairy leaves and orange-red flowers

{n: oak-leaved goosefoot, oakleaf goosefoot, Chenopodium glaucum} annual European plant with spikes of greenish flowers and leaves that are white and hairy on the underside; common as a weed in North America

{n: old man of the mountain, alpine sunflower, Tetraneuris grandiflora, Hymenoxys grandiflora} whitish hairy plant with featherlike leaves and a few stout stems each bearing an especially handsome solitary large yellow flower head; mountainous regions north central United States

{n: peludo, poyou, Euphractus sexcinctus} Argentine armadillo with six movable bands and hairy underparts

{n: pennyroyal, American pennyroyal, Hedeoma pulegioides} erect hairy branching American herb having purple-blue flowers; yields an essential oil used as an insect repellent and sometimes in folk medicine

{n: prairie smoke, purple avens, Geum triflorum} North American perennial with hairy basal pinnate leaves and purple flowers and plume-tipped fruits

{n: prince's-feather, gentleman's-cane, prince's-plume, red amaranth, purple amaranth, Amaranthus cruentus, Amaranthus hybridus hypochondriacus, Amaranthus hybridus erythrostachys} tall showy tropical American annual having hairy stems and long spikes of usually red flowers above leaves deeply flushed with purple; seeds often used as cereal

{n: puccoon, Lithospermum caroliniense} perennial plant of eastern North America having hairy foliage yielding a red or yellow pigment

{n: pumpkin ash, Fraxinus tomentosa} timber tree of central and southeastern United States having hairy branchlets and a swollen trunk base

{n: purple poppy mallow, Callirhoe involucrata} hairy perennial of central United States having round deeply lobed leaves and loose panicles of large crimson-purple or cherry-red flowers

{n: pyrethrum, Dalmatian pyrethrum, Dalmatia pyrethrum, Tanacetum cinerariifolium, Chrysanthemum cinerariifolium} white-flowered pyrethrum of Balkan area whose pinnate leaves are white and silky-hairy below; source of an insecticide; sometimes placed in genus Chrysanthemum

{n: rabbit brush, rabbit bush, Chrysothamnus nauseosus} pleasantly aromatic shrub having erect slender flexible hairy branches and dense clusters of small yellow flowers covering vast areas of western alkali plains and affording a retreat for jackrabbits; source of a yellow dye used by the Navajo

{n: scarlet runner, running postman, Kennedia prostrata} hairy trailing or prostrate western Australian vine with bright scarlet-pink flowers

{n: seaside daisy, beach aster, Erigeron glaucous} slightly succulent perennial with basal leaves and hairy sticky stems each bearing a solitary flower head with narrow pink or lavender rays; coastal bluffs Oregon to southern California

{n: shaving-brush tree, Pseudobombax ellipticum} tree of Mexico to Guatemala having densely hairy flowers with long narrow petals clustered at ends of branches before leaves appear

{n: silky oak, Grevillea robusta} medium to tall fast-growing tree with orange flowers and feathery bipinnate leaves silky-hairy beneath; eastern Australia

{n: snow-in-summer, love-in-a-mist, Cerastium tomentosum} chickweed with hairy silver-grey leaves and rather large white flowers

{n: soft-coated wheaten terrier} Irish breed of medium-sized terrier with an abundant coat any shade of wheat and very hairy head and muzzle

{n: soy, soya, soybean, soya bean, soybean plant, soja, soja bean, Glycine max} erect bushy hairy annual herb having trifoliate leaves and purple to pink flowers; extensively cultivated for food and forage and soil improvement but especially for its nutritious oil-rich seeds; native to Asia

{n: spongefly, spongillafly} hairy-bodied insect whose larvae feed on freshwater sponges

{n: spreading fleabane, Erigeron divergens} well-branched plant with hairy leaves and stems each with a solitary flower head with narrow white or pink or lavender rays; western North America

{n: stemless carline thistle, Carlina acaulis} stemless perennial having large flowers with white or purple-brown florets nestled in a rosette of long spiny leaves hairy beneath; of alpine regions of southern and eastern Europe

{n: strawberry tomato, dwarf cape gooseberry, Physalis pruinosa} stout hairy annual of eastern North America with sweet yellow fruits

{n: sugar-bush, sugar sumac, Rhus ovata} evergreen shrub of southeastern United States with spikes of reddish yellow flowers and glandular hairy fruits

{n: tansy-leaved rocket, Hugueninia tanacetifolia, Sisymbrium tanacetifolia} perennial stellate and hairy herb with small yellow flowers of mountains of southern Europe; sometimes placed in genus Sisymbrium

{n: tarantula} large hairy tropical spider that can inflict painful but not highly venomous bites

{n: warble fly} hairy bee-like fly whose larvae produce lumpy abscesses (warbles) under the skin of cattle

{n: western saxifrage, Saxifraga occidentalis} saxifrage having loose clusters of white flowers on hairy stems growing from a cluster of basal leaves; moist slopes of western North America

{n: white mullein, Verbascum lychnitis} densely hairy Eurasian herb with racemose white flowers; naturalized in North America

{n: white-rayed mule's ears, Wyethia helianthoides} herb with basal leaves and leafy hairy stems bearing solitary flower heads with white or pale cream rays; northwestern United States

{n: wild pink, Silene caroliniana} perennial of eastern and central North America having short-stalked pink or white flowers in hairy clusters

{n: wood mint} American herb of genus Blephilia with more or less hairy leaves and clusters of purplish or bluish flowers

{n: woodland oxeye, Buphthalmum salicifolium} hairy Eurasian perennial having deep yellow daisies on lax willowy stems; found in the wild in open woodland and on rocky slopes

{n: woolly mammoth, northern mammoth, Mammuthus primigenius} very hairy mammoth common in colder portions of the northern hemisphere

{n: wooly lip fern, hairy lip fern, Cheilanthes lanosa} small North American evergreen fern whose stipes and lower frond surfaces are densely wooly

{n: yellow avens, Geum macrophyllum} hairy yellow-flowered plant of eastern Asia and North America

{n: yellow chamomile, golden marguerite, dyers' chamomile, Anthemis tinctoria} Eurasian perennial herb with hairy divided leaves and yellow flowers; naturalized in North America

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