American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A compact roll of tobacco leaves prepared for smoking.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A cylindrical roll of tobacco for smoking, pointed at one end for insertion into the mouth and cut at the other for lighting. It is made of the leaves of the tobacco-plant divested of the stems and enveloped tightly in a wrapper of the same material. A cigar of tapering form, but not pointed at either end, is called a cheroot. Also written, improperly, segar.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A small roll of tobacco, used for smoking.
- n. a roll of tobacco for smoking
- From Spanish cigarro, of uncertain origin; perhaps from cigarra ("cicada") or from Mayan sicar ("to smoke tobacco leaves"). (Wiktionary)
- Spanish cigarro, possibly from Maya sik'ar, from sik, tobacco. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“In the Island of Cuba that which we call a cigar is called a _tabaco_ (a tobacco) and when it is required to discriminate between the manufactured and unmanufactured article it is called _tabaco torcido_, or rolled tobacco.”
“He paused to help himself to a cigar from the box on the table and to light it with a steady and defiant hand.”
“Follow up with a fine cigar from the San Andres Valley and a good cup of Soconusco cafe.”
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“Like the Austrian said, "Sometimes a cigar is merely a cigar.”
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