noun, plural Cath·a·ri [kath-uh-rahy], /ˈkæθ əˌraɪ/, Cath·ars.
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Origin of Cathar
OTHER WORDS FROM CatharCath·a·rism, nounCath·a·ris·tic, adjective
Words nearby Cathar
How to use Cathar in a sentence
Richard Cathar, late of Oxford University, is something of a loser, at least in matters of love.Justin Cartwright’s Novel ‘Lion Heart’ May Win Him the Audience He Deserves|Robert Birnbaum|March 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Here seems to belong in the order of development the Cathar Eucharist (see Cathars).
Cathar′sis, evacuation of the bowels; Cathart′ic, a purgative medicine; Cathar′tin, the purgative principle of senna.