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From French jarre, from Arabic جره (jarrah) ‘earthern receptacle’.

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Jar

Plural
Jars

Jar (plural Jars)
  1. A small, approximately cylindrical container for food, normally made of glass or clay.
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Unknown; perhaps imitative.

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Infinitive
to Jar

Third person singular
jars

Simple past
jarred

Past participle
jarred

Present participle
jarring

to Jar (third-person singular simple present jars, present participle jarring, simple past and past participle jarred) (transitive)
  1. To knock or strike sharply.
    He hit it with a hammer, hoping he could jar it loose.
  2. to shock or surprise.
    I think the accident jarred him, as he hasn't gotten back in a car since.
  3. (form, style, appearance etc. of people and things) To be so different that it looks strange and doesn't fit in with the surroundings; to be incongruent.

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Jar

Plural
Jars

Jar (plural Jars)
  1. A shake.
  2. A sense of alarm or dismay.
  3. (now rare) Discord, contention; quarrelling.
    • 1590, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, II.ii:
      He maketh warre, he maketh peace againe, / And yet his peace is but continuall iarre [...].
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  • (knock sharply): jolt
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From Proto-Slavic *jarъ, from Proto-Indo-European *yeh₂ros.

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jȃr m. [[Category:Patrono:Hr nouns|Jar]]

  1. (archaic) spring
  2. swelter, intense heat (and figuratively)
    Je l' čudo kad puk pozvjeri, i bojim se da će koga toga zaboljeti glava, ako se blagoćom tinjajući jar ne prigasi.
    Stoji maćeha, okamenila se od čuda, ali kad nestalo starca, uhvati je jar i bijes.
    Ja bih se mogao užgati kao puščani prah, da, da, užgati, od jara, bijesa, ogorčenja!

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Proto-Germanic *jaeram, whence also Old English ġēar, Old Norse ár

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jār n.

  1. year

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From Proto-Slavic, cognate with Serbo-Croatian јар/jar, dialectal Bulgarian and Russian яра. Non-Slavic cognates include Gothic 𐌾𐌴𐍂 (jēr), year).

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  1. spring (season)

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