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Hair in German 🇩🇪


in English in German S
hair das Haar
How to say “hair” in German? “Das Haar”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “das Haar” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on hair in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the German word “das Haar” for “hair”:
– Visualize the word “hair” with an ‘a’ in the middle, as in “hAar” to link it to “Haar.”
– The English word “hare” sounds like ‘hair’ and can be pictured as having fine fur, connecting to “das Haar.”
– Associate “das Haar” with “haircare” products, since both start with ‘Ha.’

Explanations:
– “Das Haar” is the singular form in German, referring generally to individual strands of hair or hair as a singular concept. The plural, “die Haare,” is used to talk about hairs generally or when emphasizing the individual strands.
– In German, nouns are capitalized, and “das” is the neuter article for the nominative and accusative case, indicating that “Haar” is a neuter noun.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Die Mähne” can be used for long hair or the mane of a lion.
– “Das Fell” refers to the coat of fur on animals, but not typically used for human hair.

Alternate meanings/slang:
– “Haar” can mean a very small amount or detail, as in the phrase, “um Haaresbreite” (“by a hair’s breadth”).
– “Sich kein Haar krümmen” is a saying that means “not getting harmed” or literally “not a single hair getting bent.”

Examples of sentences using “das Haar”:
– “Sie hat ihr Haar geschnitten.” (She got her hair cut.)
– “Das Haar liegt perfekt.” (The hair is lying perfectly.)
– “Er fand ein Haar in der Suppe.” (He found a hair in the soup.)
– “Bei dem Unfall hat er sich kein Haar gekrümmt.” (He didn’t get a scratch on him in the accident, literally “not a hair got bent.”)
– “Das ist die Haarspalterei!” (That’s splitting hairs!)

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