knar

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Middle English knar (14th century, original sense “a stone”),[1] from which also knurl (diminutive suffix) and later gnarl (variant). Before Middle English, origin is Unknown.

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knar (plural knars)

  1. A knot or burl in a tree; a knurl, a gnarl.

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  1. ^ gnarled” in Douglas Harper, Online Etymology Dictionary (2001).

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