Definition of hagden in English:

hagden

noun

Regional
rare
  • Any of various shearwaters and petrels of the North Atlantic, especially the greater shearwater, Ardenna gravis, and the sooty shearwater, A. griseus. Also occasionally: any of several other seabirds, as skuas and fulmars.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in James Yonge (1647–1721), surgeon and physician. Origin unknown.

Pronunciation

hagden

/ˈhaɡdən/