atgar

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Etymology[edit]

From Old English ætgār (a short spear, dart, javelin, a kind of dart or other weapon to cast at the enemy), equivalent to at- +‎ gar (spear). Cognate with Old Frisian etgēr, Old High German azgēr, azigēr, Icelandic atgeirr (spear).

Noun[edit]

atgar (plural atgars)

  1. (Anglo-Saxon) A kind of spear or lance formerly in use.

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