Definition of harewood in English:

harewood

noun

mass noun
  • Stained sycamore wood used for making furniture.

    • ‘Sycamore is a hard, pale wood with a fine even grain. It is also known as Harewood.’
    • ‘This is a form of curly maple that is called harewood in England.’
    • ‘The narrow rim around the outline of the rosette may be of the same light wood as the latter, or it may be made of gray harewood.’

Origin

Late 17th century: from German dialect Ehre (from Latin acer ‘maple’) + wood.

Pronunciation

harewood

/ˈhɛːwʊd/