HAG, n.

1. An ugly old woman; as an old hag of threescore.

2. A witch; a sorceress; an enchantress.

3. A fury; a she-monster.

4. A cartilaginous fish, the Gastrobranchus, which enters other fishes and devours them. It is about five or six inches long, and resembles a small eel. It is allied to the lamprey.

5. Appearances of light and fire on horses' manes or men's hair, were formerly called hags.

HAG, v.t. To harass; to torment.

1. To tire; to weary with vexation.