Haggard

Haggard means worn out and exhausted because of suffering.

Haggard may also refer to:

  • Haggard (surname)
  • Haggard (band), a German symphonic metal group
  • Haggard (TV series), a British comedy television series
  • Haggard: The Movie, a film by Bam Margera
  • USS Haggard (DD-555) (1943–1945) destroyer

Other articles related to "haggard":

CMT Outlaws - 2005
... Merle Haggard Toby Keith David Allan Coe Billy Joe Shaver Jack Ingram Shelby Lynne Before an invitation-only audience, CMT Outlaws 2005 celebrates the true rebels of country music with country ... be joined onstage by Country Music Hall of Famer Merle Haggard, who has written and recorded many undeniable country classics, including "Mama Tried," "Okie From Muskogee" and "The ...
Soldier's Last Letter - Merle Haggard Version
... Soldier's Last Letter" Single by Merle Haggard from the album Hag B-side "Farmer's Daughter" Released January 27, 1971 Format 7" Genre Country Label Capitol Writer(s) Redd ...
Asis Nasseri
... Asis Nasseri is the songwriter, vocalist and guitarist of the German symphonic metal band Haggard ... He has a son called Robin most of Haggard's albums make reference to him ... He has sung in several languages through the years with Haggard German, English, Latin, Italian and Russian ...
Stephen Haggard
... Stephen Hubert Avenel Haggard (March 21, 1911 – February 25, 1943) was a British actor, writer and poet ... Stephen Haggard Stephen Haggard Born (1911-03-21)March 21, 1911 Guatemala City, Guatemala Died February 25, 1943(1943-02-25) (aged 31) Egypt Cause of death Suicide ...

Famous quotes containing the word haggard:

    On a rock, whose haughty brow,
    Frowns o’er old Conway’s foaming flood,
    Robed in the sable garb of woe,
    With haggard eyes the Poet stood;
    Thomas Gray (1716–1771)

    It is in these acts called trivialities that the seeds of joy are forever wasted, until men and women look round with haggard faces at the devastation their own waste has made, and say, the earth bears no harvest of sweetness—calling their denial knowledge.
    George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)