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Thar

Thar \Thar\, n. (Zo["o]l.) A goatlike animal ( Capra Jemlaica) native of the Himalayas. It has small, flattened horns, curved directly backward. The hair of the neck, shoulders, and chest of the male is very long, reaching to the knees. Called also serow, and imo.

Thar

Thar \Thar\, v. impersonal, pres. [OE. thar, [thorn]arf, AS. [thorn]earf, infin. [thorn]urfan to need; akin to OHG. durfan, G. d["u]rfen to be allowed, Icel. [thorn]urfa to need, Goth. [thorn]a['u]rban.] It needs; need. [Obs.]
--Piers Plowman.

What thar thee reck or care?
--Chaucer.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
thar

now representing dialectal pronunciation of there; in literary use in Middle English.

Wiktionary
thar

adv. (form of Colloquial or dialectal form there English) n. (alternative spelling of tahr English)

Wikipedia
Thar

Thar or THAR may refer to:

  • Thar, another name for the Himalayan tahr (Hemitragus jemlahicus) used esp. in the Western Himalayas
  • Thar, another name for the Himalayan serow (Capricornis thar) used esp. in the Eastern Himalayas
  • Thar Desert, a barren wasteland in Rajasthan, India and Sindh, Pakistan
  • Thar (Forgotten Realms), a fictional region in the Forgotten Realms
  • Thar (river), a river of France
  • Tharparkar, the only fertile desert in the world
  • Tharparkar District, a district in Sindh, Pakistan
  • The Hubbish About Rubbish, a VHS release of the television series Bump in the Night
  • Thar, a subcompact four-wheel drive sport utility vehicle (SUV)
Thar (Forgotten Realms)

Thar is a location on Faerûn, a fictional continent, the primary setting of the Forgotten Realms.

Thar (river)

The Thar is a small river of France, in the administrative region Basse-Normandie, département de la Manche. It is only long, rising to the east of La Haye-Pesnel and emptying into the Bay of Mont Saint-Michel, in the English Channel.

In the Middle Ages the Thar formed the traditional boundary between the Cotentin to the north and the Avranchin to the south.

Category:Rivers of France Category:Rivers of Normandy Category:Rivers of Manche 0Thar

Usage examples of "thar".

And next Summer when I start out on my campane with my Show, wharever I pitch my little tent, you shall see floatin prowdly from the center pole thereof the Amerikan Flag, with nary a star wiped out, nary a stripe less, but the same old flag that has allers flotid thar!

And next Summer when I start out on my campane with my Show, wharever I pitch my little tent, you shall see floatin prowdly from the center pole thereof the Amerikan Flag, with nary a star wiped out, nary a stripe less, but the same old flag that has allers flotid thar!

He called him nine different kinds of horsethieves, and when he got through, I could see old Ampe Props noddin his head back thar in the jury-box, and then I knowed that it were all up with Colonel Moseby Allen, cause that will go the way old Ampe goes, jest like a pack of sheep.

There was a boy who could eat metal and a girl whose fingers were so green that she could grow prize aubergines in the Thar desert.

We come right behind her, and I thought my soul he'd got her sure enough,--when she gin sich a screech as I never hearn, and thar she was, clar over t' other side of the current, on the ice, and then on she went, a screeching and a jumpin',--the ice went crack!

We come right behind her, and I thought my soul he'd got her sure enough,—when she gin sich a screech as I never hearn, and thar she was, clar over t' other side the current, on the ice, and then on she went, a screeching and a jumpin',—the ice went crack!

We come right behind her, and I thought my soul he'd got her sure enough--when she gin sich a screech as I never hearn, and thar she was, clar over t' other side of the current, on the ice, a nd then on she went, a screechin' and a jumpin'--the ice went crack!

There were reports of Indian armor gathering along the rim of the Thar Desert, and air strikes at Pakistani Air Force unhs as far west as Karachi.

Now, hosses that ain't got calks on thar shoes are pretty shore to slip an' fall, breakin' a leg or two, an' mebbe breakin' the necks of thar riders.

Ain't she fine an' neat down thar in the valley, beside that clear creek which higher up in the mountains is full of the juiciest an' sweetest trout that man ever stuck a tooth into.

The Kanakys told 'em as haow folks from the other islands might wanta wipe 'an out if they got wind o' their bein' thar, but they says they dun't keer much, because they cud wipe aout the hull brood o' humans ef they was wiliin' to bother - that is, any as didn't be, sarten signs sech as was used onct by the lost Old Ones, whoever they was.

The Kanakys told 'em as haow folks from the other islands might wanta wipe 'an out if they got wind o' their bein' thar, but they says they dun't keer much, because they cud wipe aout the hull brood o' humans ef they was willin' to bother - that is, any as didn't be, sarten signs sech as was used onct by the lost Old Ones, whoever they was.

The Kanakys told 'em as haow folks from the other islands might wanta wjpe 'an out if they got wind o' their bein' thar, but they says they dun't keer much, because they cud wipe aout the hull brood o' humans ef they was wiliin' to bother - - that is, any as didn't be, sarten signs sech as was used onct by the lost Old Ones, whoever they was.

  I'd try to do it but my tung would kerwollup up agin the roof of my mowth & stick thar, like deth to a deseast Afrikan or a country postmaster to his offiss, while my hart whanged agin my ribs like a old fashioned wheat Flale agin a barn floor.

The door was opened by a small, fat, rosy-cheeked woman whose little currant eyes said, yep, thars my gnome all right, and be thankful he's only widdling in the pond.