untar

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ tar

Verb[edit]

untar (third-person singular simple present untars, present participle untaring or untarring, simple past and past participle untared or untarred)

  1. (computing, transitive) To extract from a tar archive.
    • 2002, John Bryan Callender, Perl for Web site management (page 405)
      I untarred (and ungzipped) that file using the following command: []
    • 2002, Luis Argerich, Professional PHP4 XML (page 764)
      This should completely reset everything to exactly the way it was after you untared/ungzipped PHP []

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Occitan [Term?], from a Vulgar Latin *unctāre, frequentative of Latin ungō (through its perfect passive participle unctus), from earlier unguō, from Proto-Italic *ongʷō, from Proto-Indo-European *h₃engʷ- (anoint).

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Verb[edit]

untar (first-person singular present unto, past participle untat)

  1. to anoint
  2. to smear
  3. to bribe

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Old High German[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *under (compare Old English under, Old Norse undir).

Preposition[edit]

untar

  1. under

Descendants[edit]

  • Middle High German: unter

Portuguese[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese untar, from a Vulgar Latin *unctāre, frequentative of Latin ungō (through its perfect passive participle unctus), from earlier unguō, from Proto-Italic *ongʷō, from Proto-Indo-European *h₃engʷ- (anoint).

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Verb[edit]

untar (first-person singular present indicative unto, past participle untado)

  1. to smear; to spread (to distribute in a thin layer)

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

unt +‎ -ar

Noun[edit]

untar n (plural untari)

  1. butter maker

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Spanish untar, from a Vulgar Latin *unctāre, frequentative of Latin ungō (through its perfect passive participle unctus), from earlier unguō, from Proto-Italic *ongʷō, from Proto-Indo-European *h₃engʷ- (anoint).

Verb[edit]

untar (first-person singular present unto, first-person singular preterite unté, past participle untado)

  1. to anoint
  2. to bribe
  3. to smear

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