n. a voluminous cotton outer garment (usually white) traditionally worn by Muslim women of northern Africa and the Middle East; covers the entire body
Izar (from the Arabic word ازار izār "veil") may refer to:
- Izar, Iran, a village in Hormozgan Province, Iran
- Izār, a part of the Ihram clothing worn by male pilgrims during the Islamic Hajj
- Izaar Arabic name of a wrap clothing item commonly worn in Arabia, Horn of Africa, South and Southeast Asia elsewhere known as Futah, Sarong, Izār, Lungi, Macawwis and Mundu.
- Izar, a star, also known as Pulcherrima, also known as Epsilon Boötis
- IZAR, Spanish shipbuilder; sold and renamed Navantia in 2005
- IZAR, product name for the Motorola RAZR V3xx cellular phone
Usage examples of "izar".
A pale, petite woman with long auburn hair, she wore the drab blue one-piece uniform with the flag of Izar emblazoned over the heart that indicated an Izarian peace officer.
Spiru commented under his breath as Izar and another crew member huddled over the controls of the inner door.
And over there in that corner, Garth of Izar might have leaned against that wall and developed new strategies.
Korrd, Garth of Izar, or Shaitani would have wrenched victory from the jaws of even this defeat.
She almost felt guilty about pressing the trainees this hard until she remembered her own training as a peace officer on Izar, more than a decade earlier.
Me agarré obstinadamente a la pared peligrosamente abrupta y conseguí izar mi cuerpo lacerado y dolorido hasta la cornisa, donde que quedé tumbado, mirando a mis perseguidores un poco más abajo.