garer

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From Middle French garrer, guerrer, from Old French garer, warer, varer, of Germanic origin, from Old Frankish *warōn (to guard, keep watch) and/or Old Norse varask (to be on one's guard, beware of, shun); both ultimately from Proto-Germanic *warōną (to watch, protect), from Proto-Indo-European *wer- (to become aware of, perceive, give heed). Cognate with Old High German warōn (to guard, keep, take care), Old English warian (to guard, defend, be wary). More at ware.

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garer

  1. to cover, to shelter
  2. (transitive) to park (a vehicle)
  3. (transitive) to dock (a vessel)

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German[edit]

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garer

  1. inflected form of gar

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garer

  1. Soft mutation of carer.