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Eruonen
Valinor


Sep 8 2017, 9:09pm


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Tar

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/-tar#Finnish

Suffix[edit]
-tar (genitive -tari, partitive -tari)

Forms feminine agent or occupational nouns
kaunis "beautiful" → kaunitar "beautiful woman"
laulja "singer" → lauljatar "female singer"

Finnish[edit]
Etymology[edit]
Supposedly clipped from tytär (“daughter”) and then adapted to vowel harmony.

Suffix[edit]
-tar (front vowel harmony variant -tär)

Forms the female counterpart of nouns indicating a person.
kuningas king → kuningatar queen
näyttelijä actor → näyttelijätär actress
saksalainen German → saksatar a German female

Irish Gaelic: refers to the Hill of Tara, or Teamhair na Rí, the seat of the kings of Ireland from neolithic times (c. 5000 BC) to the 6th century or later. With this reference, Tara is taken to mean "Queen".
Wiki

Persian...Tar - to cross over
Egyptian - Tar - road
Sumerian - Tar - cut off / fate
Attar is an ancient Semitic deity whose role, name, and even gender varied by culture. Wiki

Ishtar is a Semitic name of uncertain etymology, possibly derived from a Semitic term meaning "to irrigate".[4] George A. Barton, an early scholar on the subject, suggests that the name stems from "irrigating ditch" and "that which is irrigated by water alone",[5] therefore meaning "she who waters", or "is watered" or "the self-waterer".[5]

Slang definitions & phrases for tar Expand
tar
noun

A sailor

[1676+; fr the tarpaulin garments they made and wore]

Numenor...Sea Kings / sailors

Vedic - Tar - denotes agency in ongoing time.
denotes habitual, professional or expert agency.
https://books.google.com/...t%20word&f=false


(This post was edited by Eruonen on Sep 8 2017, 9:19pm)


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