gars

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See also: Gars, GARs, and garš

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gars

  1. plural of gar

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From Old French gars, the nominative singular of garçon

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gars m (plural gars)

  1. lad, guy
    Synonyms: bougre, mec, type
  2. (in the plural) guys (usually all male)

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Latvian[edit]

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gars m (1st declension)

  1. spirit
  2. mind, intellect
  3. ghost, spectre
  4. vapor

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Middle English[edit]

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gars

  1. Alternative form of gras

Norman[edit]

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gars m (plural gars)

  1. (Jersey) gander

Old French[edit]

Noun[edit]

gars m

  1. nominative singular of garçon
  2. nominative singular of garçun