Yare Definition

yâr, yär
adjective
Agile; lively.
American Heritage
Brisk; active; quick.
Webster's New World
Ready; prepared.
Webster's New World
Responding easily; maneuverable. Used of a vessel.
American Heritage
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.
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Other Word Forms of Yare

Adjective

Base Form:
yare
Comparative:
yarer
Superlative:
yarest

Origin of Yare

  • From Middle English yare, ȝare, 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 görr, gerr (“perfect").

    From Wiktionary

  • Middle English from Old English gearo ready

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

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