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duar (plural duars)
- A camp or village of tents in an Arabic country.
- 1882: The duar is in general made up of ten, fifteen, or twenty families, who are related to each other, and each family has a tent. — Edmondo de Amicis, Morocco: Its People & Places, tr. C. Rollin-Tilton
From duarsta (“Thursday”).
- present tense of dua.