Tamar

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Hebrew תָּמָר (tamár, Tamar, literally date palm, date).

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Tamar

  1. A daughter-in-law of Judah.
  2. A daughter of David.
  3. A daughter of Absalom.
  4. A female given name of biblical origin.

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Etymology 2[edit]

From Latin Tamarus, possibly from Proto-Celtic *tamaros (river, waters, literally dark), from Proto-Indo-European *tm̥Hrós, from *temH- (dark). See more at Thames.

Proper noun[edit]

Tamar

  1. A river in southwest England, which forms the border between Devon and Cornwall.