Definition of knar in English:

knar

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Pronunciation: /nɑː
 
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(also knur)

noun

archaic
A knot or protuberance on a tree trunk or root.
More example sentences
  • Together with the trunk's slits, twists, folds, convolutions, and knars these patches sometimes resemble human faces.

Origin

Middle English knarre (denoting a rugged rock or stone); related to Middle Low German knarre 'knobbly protuberance'; compare with knur.

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