Infare definition

infar
(dial.) A reception or dinner party after a wedding, usually on the day after.
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(Scotland, US) A party or other celebration held to mark someone's entrance into a new home, especially the arrival of a bride at her new home; a wedding reception.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
infare
Plural:
infares

Origin of infare

  • From Middle English infer (“entrance”), from Old English infær (“ingress, entrance, ingang”), from Proto-Germanic *in + *farą (“a going”), corresponding to in- +‎ fare. Related to Old English infaru (“inroad, incursion, invasion”). More at in, fare.

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