As far as I know the name has German (language) origins, geopraphically speaking the Austrian and/or Bavarian area. I've been told "har" was the old way they called flax (note the similarity to "hair") and "land" is how you understand it, but also country or countryside. There is a village called Harland near Vienna/Austria and in this area they used to grow flax to produce linen.
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