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Most common English words: few « whom « love « #180: far » seemed » house » looked

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Old English feor

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Far (comparative farther/further, superlative farthest/furthest)
  1. Remote in space.
    He went to a far country.
  2. Remote in time.
  3. Long.
    It was a far adventure, full of danger.
  4. More remote or longer of two.
    He moved to the far end of the state. She remained at this end.
  5. Extreme.
    We are on the far right on this issue.
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Far (comparative farther/further, superlative farthest/furthest)
  1. Distant in space, time or degree.
  2. To or from a great distance, time, or degree.
    You have all come far' and you will go farther.
  3. (with a comparative) Very much.
    He was far richer than we'd thought.

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Far

Plural
Fars

Far (plural Fars)
  1. spelt (type of wheat)

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Latin Pharus.

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far

  1. lighthouse

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Latin Pharus.

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far

  1. lighthouse
  2. headlight

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From Old Norse faðir, from Proto-Germanic *fadēr, from Proto-Indo-European *ph₂tḗr (father).

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Far c. (singular definite Faren, plural indefinite fædre)

  1. father, dad

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Back-formation from fari. "to do, to make"

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Patrono:Eo-prep

  1. by
    La libro de Johano far Ŝekspiro (John's book of/by Shakespeare)

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Unofficial. The most common innovative preposition, far is used for some of the functions of the preposition de "of, from, by", which some authors feel is overworked. Useful for example to distinguish the owner of a book (de) from the author (far).


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far n.

  1. drive, ride, tour
  2. vessel
  3. trace, sign

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Patrono:Fo-decl-noun-n5


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Maybe from the same Uralic root *perä as Finnish perä.

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  • IPA: /ˈfɒr/

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Far (plural Farok)

  1. buttock, posterior
  2. stern (ship)
  3. tail, rear (vehicle)

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Patrono:Hu-decl

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  1. a passage, a ride syn.
    Má ég far?
    Can I get a ride?
  2. an imprint, a trace syn.
  3. character, attribute

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far

  1. Apocopic form of fare.

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From Arabic فأرٌ (fa’r), mouse).

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far

  1. mouse

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Patrono:No-noun-irreg

  1. father

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Patrono:Oc-verb

  1. Patrono:Alternative form of

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Latin pharus.

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Far n. (plural faruri)

  1. lighthouse
  2. (figuratively) beacon
  3. car headlight

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far

  1. where (non-interrogative)
    • Bha e cunnartach far an robh am balach ag iasgach — it was dangerous where the boy was fishing

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Short for fader.

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Inflection for Far Singular Plural
common Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Base form far fadern fäder fäderna
Possessive form fars faderns fäders fädernas
  1. father

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Far

  1. Present tense of fara.
  2. Imperative form of fara.

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Latin Pharus.

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Far (definite accusative Farı, plural Farlar)

  1. headlight

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French fard.

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Far (definite accusative Farı, plural Farlar)

  1. eye shadow
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