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Katar

/ (kæˈtɑː) /
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noun
a variant spelling of Qatar
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How to use Katar in a sentence

  • A Khanji keeps a khan (an inn), just as an Arabaji drives an araba (a carriage), or a Katarji a katar (a mule).

  • Then he put on his splendid clothes, saddled and bridled Katar, got on his back with his sword and gun, and rode off to hunt.

  • Now,” said Katar, “twist your left ear, and you will see what a beautiful young prince you will become.

  • Katar was very glad to see the child, who was now four years old.

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