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Definition of "adar" []

  • (in the Jewish calendar) the twelfth month of the year according to biblical reckoning and the sixth month of the civil year, usually falling within February and March. In a leap year, an additional month Adar Rishon (first Adar) is intercalated between Shevat and Adar, and the latter is known as Adar Sheni (second Adar) (noun)

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Use "adar" in a sentence
  • "It was not completely invisible to radar, but was very hard to detect because of its unique r adar-absorbent coating."
  • "I don't know who Goofy thinks he is fooling -- but if he/she/it isn't Al Qaeda, my terrorist-adar is really broken."
  • "Yn 2007, ymunodd dros 21,000 o bobl Cymru gyda 400,000 o bobl ledled y DU i gyfrif adar eu gerddi fel rhan o benwythnos flynyddol Gwylio Adar yr Ardd yr RSPB."
  • "Yr amser gorau i gynnal yr arolwg yw yn y bore, oherwydd bydd yr adar yn bwydo wedi noson aeafol hir ac oer."
  • "Some substantives are what the grammarians call aggregate plurals, 28 “which are not used in the plural without the addition of diminutive terminations, for example adar, birds, aderyn, a bird; gwenyn, bees, gwenynen, a single bee.”"