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Dictionary entry Language Definition
-ar English (Suffix) Of, near, or pertaining to; adjective suffix appended to various words, often nouns, to make an adjective form. Often added to words of Latin origin, but used with other words also.Of, near, or pertaining to; adjective suffix appended to various words, often nouns, to make an adjective form. Often added to words of Latin origin, but used with other words also.
-ar English (Suffix) Forming nouns such as vicar, exemplar, bursar, etc.Forming nouns such as vicar, exemplar, bursar, etc.
-ar Portuguese (Suffix) Forms the first-person singular infinitive of first-conjugation verbs. Forms the impersonal infinitive of first-conjugation verbs. Forms the third-person singular infinitive of first-conjugation [...]Forms the first-person singular infinitive of first-conjugation verbs. Forms the impersonal infinitive of first-conjugation verbs. Forms the third-person singular infinitive of first-conjugation [...]
-ar Portuguese (Suffix) Forms adjectives from nouns, especially those that already contain an L; -ar.Forms adjectives from nouns, especially those that already contain an L; -ar.
-ar Spanish (Suffix) In adjectives, indicating membership or status. In nouns, indicating a place where something is grown.In adjectives, indicating membership or status. In nouns, indicating a place where something is grown.
-ar Catalan
-ar Catalan (Suffix) Used to form first conjugation verbs indicating an action related to the root word.Used to form first conjugation verbs indicating an action related to the root word.
-ar Serbo-Croatian (Suffix) Suffix appended to words to create a masculine noun, usually denoting a profession, person who does something or an animal.Suffix appended to words to create a masculine noun, usually denoting a profession, person who does something or an animal.
-ar Romanian (Suffix) Added to a word to denote a profession or craft; -er.Added to a word to denote a profession or craft; -er.
-ar Norwegian Nynorsk (Suffix) Used to form nouns from verbs, a person who performs the action of the verb.Used to form nouns from verbs, a person who performs the action of the verb.
-ar Ido (Suffix) This ending denotes the present infinitive form of a verb.This ending denotes the present infinitive form of a verb.
-ar Old High German
-ar Old Saxon
-ar Scots
-ar Aromanian (Suffix) Suffix used to denote a profession or craft.Suffix used to denote a profession or craft.
-ar Old Dutch
-ar Welsh
-ar Old Irish
-ar Occitan (Suffix) Suffix of verbs of the first conjugation.Suffix of verbs of the first conjugation.
-ar Old Portuguese
-ar Venetian
-ar Slovenian
-ar Breton
-ar Old Provençal
-ar Middle Welsh
-ar Middle Breton
-ar Old Breton