A fast running cheetah is an example of yare.
- The definition of yare is defined as quick or lively, or a boat that can be moved easily.
An example of yare is a quickly running cheetah.
- ready; prepared
- brisk; active; quick
- responding quickly and truly to the helm: said of a ship
Origin of yareMiddle English ; from Old English gearo (akin to German gar, Old Saxon garu): probably ; from ge- (see y-) + earu, ready (; from Indo-European base an unverified form er- from source rise)
- Agile; lively.
- Nautical Responding easily; maneuverable. Used of a vessel.
- Archaic Ready; prepared.
Origin of yareMiddle English, from Old English gearo, ready.
(comparative yarer, superlative yarest)
From Middle English yare, Èare, from Old English Ä¡earu (“prepared, ready, prompt, equipped, complete, finished, yare"), from Proto-Germanic *garwaz (“ready"), from Proto-Indo-European *gÊ°rebÊ°-, *gÊ°erbÊ°- (“to grab, take, rake"). Cognate with Dutch gaar (“done, dressed, ready"), German gar (“ready, complete"), Icelandic gÃ¶rr, gerr (“perfect").