The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tarre \Tarre\, v. t. [OE. tarien, terien, to irritate, provoke,
AS. tergan to pull, pluck, torment; probably akin to E. tear,
v. t. [root]63. Cf. Tarry, v.]
To set on, as a dog; to incite. [Obs.]
Etymology 1 vb. (context obsolete English) To incite; to provoke; to spur on. Etymology 2
n. (obsolete form of tar English)
Usage examples of "tarre".
In their absence I followed the new begun works of Pitch and Tarre, Glasse, Sope-ashes, Clapboord, whereof some small quantities we have sent you.