from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To snarl; gnar.
- v. To growl, especially like a dog; quarrel; be captious or troublesome.
- adj. Sour; brackish.
- adj. Quick and agile; easy to hand, reef and steer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To snarl; gnar.
- Sour; brackish.
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As you're picturing the boat, let's keep it in that storm but now imagine that you're a capable, strong and "yar" captain.
Avast, me pretties, it be 'Talk Like a Pirate' day, where people, what whom should be in the ways of knowing better, if y 'mark me meaning, go round talking in mangled West Country accents what with the passing "yar" thrown in the mix.
And h'yar's the knavery of the thing; sir! the unpronounceable rascality, sir!
H'yar's for you, you dog, and thar's for you, you dog's dog!
Whar's your cat of the Knobs? your wolf of the Rolling Prairies? h'yar's the old brown b'ar can claw the bark off a gum tree!
Captain, if you are anxious to have the young lady, your sister, in safety, h'yar's the place to stick up your tent-poles, h'yar, in this very settlement, whar the Injuns never trouble us, never coming within ten miles of us.
Whar's your full-blood colt that can shake a saddle off? h'yar's an old nag can kick off the top of a buck-eye!
"H'yar's de letters and telegrums, Mah'sr Harry," said Miles, unlocking his saddle-bags and taking out a bundle of letters and some telegrams, written on the regular telegraphic blanks and tied up in a little package.