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Lare (woreda)

Lare is one of the woredas in the Gambela Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Nuer Zone, Lare is bordered on the south and east by the Anuak Zone, on the west by the Baro River which separates it from Jikawo, and on the north by the Jikawo River which separates it from South Sudan. Towns in Lare include Kowerneng.

The terrain in Lare consists of marshes and grasslands; elevations range from 300 to 400 meters above sea level. A notable landmark is Gambela National Park, which occupies part of the area south of the Baro.

At some point between 2001 and 2007, the eastern kebeles of Jikawo were split off to create Lare.

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Lare

Lare \Lare\, n. Pasture; feed. See Lair. [Obs.]
--Spenser.

Lare

Lare \Lare\, v. t. To feed; to fatten. [Obs.]
--Beau. & Fl.

Lare

Lare \Lare\ (l[^a]r), n. [See Lore.] Lore; learning. [Obs.]

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lare

Etymology 1 n. (context obsolete English) lore; learning Etymology 2

n. (context obsolete English) pasture; feed vb. (context obsolete English) To feed; to fatten

Usage examples of "lare".

MARRIAGE Since the beginning of the campaign Lieutenant Lare had taken two cannon from the Prussians.

That evening, as Lieutenant Lare, overcome by fatigue, was sleeping on a bundle of straw, he was sent for by the general.

One year later, on the very same day, Captain Lare and Miss LouiseHortense-Genevieve de Ronfi-Quedissac were married in the church of St.

What the men knew would happen, did: Lares Taborn, taking exception to the vulgar nickname, roared and charged like an enraged bull.

When Lares pulled Cree down on top of him and flipped the Reaper head-over-heels behind him, Raine could do no more than grunt with wonder as the Rysalian rolled to his feet, and without thought, spun around and dropped down on the dark man like a boulder.

His worry turned to anticipation as the Reaper thrust out his left leg and swept Lares from his feet.

He leaned forward, lowered his voice once more so only Lares might hear.

As the three Diabolusians began moving toward the rock pile, Lares showed up as if by dark magic.

He did not want to entertain the notion-such as the one Lares Taborn had put into his mind-that his woman could belong to the infamous group that was intent on driving him crazy and destroying the world as he knew it.

Thorne had managed to pull Kahn off Lares before McGregor reached Cree.

Arbra and Hern Belvoir, and the two Princes, Raine McGregor and Lares Taborn.

Glaucus, inclining reverentially to a beautiful image of the god placed in the centre of the table, at the corners of which stood the Lares and the salt-holders.

Didst thou not tell me that thy soul shook with remorse when thou wert compelled to place even a crumb of cake before the Lares that watch over yon impluvium?

So the crossroads were put under the protection of the Lares, shrines were built to the Lares at every crossroads even before there were fountains.

And at dawn of the third day he set sail for Italy, having offered a costly sacrifice to the Lares Permarini on the seashore just as light began to filter into the eastern rim of the world.