gar definition

  • noun:
    • some of a number of ganoid fishes associated with the family members Lepisosteidae of fresh and brackish seas of North and Central America, having very long slim jaws, an elongated human anatomy, and a long snout.
    • A similar or associated seafood, including the needlefish. Also called garfish, garpike.
    • Any of several seafood, of family members Lepisosteidae, which have long, thin jaws; garfish
    • Any slender marine fish of this genera Belone and Tylosurus. See garfish.
    • The gar pike. See Alligator gar (under alligator), and Gar pike.
    • any one of a number of ganoid fishes of the household Lepisosteidae of fresh and brackish seas of North and Central America, having long slim jaws, an elongated human anatomy, and an extended snout.
    • A similar or associated fish, for instance the needlefish. Also referred to as garfish, garpike.
    • Any of several seafood, associated with family Lepisosteidae, having long, narrow jaws; garfish
    • Any slender marine fish regarding the genera Belone and Tylosurus. See garfish.
    • The gar pike. See Alligator gar (underneath alligator), and Gar pike.
    • Any of a number of ganoid fishes of family Lepisosteidae of fresh and brackish waters of North and Central America, having very long slim jaws, an elongated body, and a long snout.
    • A spear: an element in certain correct names of Anglo-Saxon source, as Edgar (AS. Eádgār, pleased or lucky spear), Ethelgar (AS. Aethelgār, noble spear), etc.
    • [Abbr. of garfish.] A garfish; one of many various fishes, belonging to various requests, which have a long razor-sharp snout or beak, likened to a spear; a bill-fish: as, the normal gar, Belone vulgaris; specially, in the usa, a ganoid seafood of this household Lepidosteidœ; a garpike.
    • an identical or relevant seafood, such as the needlefish. Also referred to as garfish, garpike.
    • A spear: an element in certain appropriate names of Anglo-Saxon source, as Edgar (AS. Eádgār, delighted or lucky spear), Ethelgar (like. Aethelgār, noble spear), etc.
    • [Abbr. of garfish.] A garfish; one of many various fishes, belonging to various requests, which have a long sharp snout or beak, likened to a spear; a bill-fish: as, the common gar, Belone vulgaris; specifically, in the us, a ganoid fish for the household Lepidosteidœ; a garpike.
    • Mud; ooze; dust; slime.
    • Vegetable slime discovered adhering to ships' bottoms.
    • Mud; ooze; dirt; slime.
    • elongate European surface-dwelling predacious fishes with long-toothed jaws; loaded in coastal oceans
    • ancient predaceous united states seafood covered with hard machines and achieving lengthy jaws with needlelike teeth
    • Vegetable slime discovered adhering to ships' bottoms.
    • elongate European surface-dwelling predacious fishes with long-toothed jaws; rich in coastal waters
    • ancient predaceous united states fish covered with hard machines and achieving lengthy jaws with needlelike teeth
    • any one of a few seafood, for the family Lepisosteidae, having long, slim jaws; garfish
    • Any slender marine fish of genera Belone and Tylosurus. See garfish.
    • The gar-pike. See Alligator gar (under alligator), and gar-pike.
    • A spear: a component using proper names of Anglo-Saxon origin, as Edgar (AS. Eádgār, pleased or fortunate spear), Ethelgar (AS. Aethelgār, noble spear), etc.
    • [Abbr. of garfish.] A garfish; one of many various fishes, owned by different instructions, which may have an extended razor-sharp snout or beak, likened to a spear; a bill-fish: as, the normal gar, Belone vulgaris; especially, in the usa, a ganoid seafood associated with the family Lepidosteidœ; a garpike.
    • Mud; ooze; dirt; slime.
    • Vegetable slime found staying with vessels' bottoms.
    • elongate European surface-dwelling predacious fishes with long-toothed jaws; rich in coastal seas
    • ancient predaceous North American fish covered with hard machines and having lengthy jaws with needlelike teeth
    • Any of several ganoid fishes regarding the household Lepisosteidae of fresh and brackish seas of North and Central The united states, having long slim jaws, an elongated human body, and an extended snout.
    • Any of a number of ganoid fishes of this family members Lepisosteidae of fresh and brackish seas of North and Central The united states, having long thin jaws, an elongated human body, and an extended snout.
    • the same or relevant seafood, for instance the needlefish. Also referred to as garfish, garpike.
    • an identical or relevant fish, such as the needlefish. Also referred to as garfish, garpike.
    • Any of a few fish, regarding the household Lepisosteidae, that have long, slim jaws; garfish
    • any one of a few seafood, of this family Lepisosteidae, that have lengthy, thin jaws; garfish
    • Any slender marine fish for the genera Belone and Tylosurus. See garfish.
    • Any slender marine fish of genera Belone and Tylosurus. See garfish.
    • The gar-pike. See Alligator gar (underneath alligator), and gar-pike.
    • The gar-pike. See Alligator gar (underneath alligator), and gar-pike.
    • A spear: an element using appropriate brands of Anglo-Saxon beginning, as Edgar (like. Eádgār, delighted or fortunate spear), Ethelgar (AS. Aethelgār, noble spear), etc.
    • A spear: an element in some appropriate names of Anglo-Saxon beginning, as Edgar (like. Eádgār, delighted or lucky spear), Ethelgar (AS. Aethelgār, noble spear), etc.
    • [Abbr. of garfish.] A garfish; one of the different fishes, owned by different orders, which have a lengthy razor-sharp snout or beak, likened to a spear; a bill-fish: as, the normal gar, Belone vulgaris; particularly, in the us, a ganoid seafood regarding the household Lepidosteidœ; a garpike.
    • [Abbr. of garfish.] A garfish; one of many various fishes, owned by various sales, which may have an extended sharp snout or beak, likened to a spear; a bill-fish: as, the typical gar, Belone vulgaris; especially, in america, a ganoid seafood associated with the household Lepidosteidœ; a garpike.
    • Mud; ooze; soil; slime.
    • Mud; ooze; dirt; slime.
    • Vegetable slime discovered adhering to vessels' bottoms.
    • Vegetable slime found sticking with ships' bottoms.
    • elongate European surface-dwelling predacious fishes with long toothed jaws; abundant in coastal oceans
    • ancient predaceous us seafood covered with difficult scales and having lengthy jaws with needlelike teeth
    • elongate European surface-dwelling predacious fishes with long toothed jaws; loaded in seaside seas
    • primitive predaceous united states seafood covered with difficult machines and achieving lengthy jaws with needlelike teeth
  • verb-transitive:
    • Scots To cause or compel.
    • Scots resulting in or compel.
    • To cause; to create.
    • resulting in; to produce.
    • Scots resulting in or compel.
    • To cause; to make.
    • Scots To cause or compel.
    • Scots To cause or compel.
    • resulting in; in order to make.
    • To cause; to create.
  • others:
    • resulting in; make; force; compel.
    • To cause; make; force; compel.
    • resulting in; make; force; compel.
    • resulting in; make; force; compel.
    • To cause; make; force; compel.

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