/na/ (say nah)

a knot on a tree or in wood.
{Middle English knarre}
knarred, adjective

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • Knar — (n[aum]r), n. See {Gnar}. [Obs.] Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • knar — knar·ry; knar; …   English syllables

  • knar — [när] n. [ME knarre < or akin to LowG knarre, Du knar, a stump, knob, knot < IE * gner : for base see KNEAD] a knot in wood; esp., a bark covered bulge on a tree trunk or root knarred adj …   English World dictionary

  • knar — knarred, knarry, adj. /nahr/, n. a knot on a tree or in wood. [1200 50; ME knarre; c. D knar, LG knarre] * * * …   Universalium

  • knar — [[t]nɑr[/t]] n. bot a knot on a tree or in wood • Etymology: 1200–50; ME knarre; c. MD, MLG knorre knarred, knar′ry, adj …   From formal English to slang

  • knar — noun /nɑːr/ A knot or burl in a tree; a knurl, a gnarl. Syn: burl, gnarl, knot, knurl See Also: gnarl, knurl …   Wiktionary

  • knar — n. knot or lump on a tree; knot in wood …   English contemporary dictionary

  • knar — [nα:] noun archaic a knot or protuberance on a tree trunk or root. Origin ME knarre (denoting a rugged rock or stone) …   English new terms dictionary

  • knar — n. a knot or protuberance in a tree trunk, root, etc. Etymology: ME knarre, rel. to MLG, M.Du., MHG knorre knobbed protuberance …   Useful english dictionary

  • knarry — knar·ry …   English syllables

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