noun, plural lar·es [lair-eez, ley-reez] /ˈlɛər iz, ˈleɪ riz/ for 1, lars for 2.
Origin of lar
plural noun, singular Lar [lahr] /lɑr/. Roman Religion.
Origin of Lares
Examples from the Web for lar
But how did a musical that was so middlingly reviewed become so popular (lar)?A ‘Wicked’ Decade: How a Critically Trashed Musical Became a Long-Running Smash|Kevin Fallon|October 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
No one within the ranch knew it, but within two hundred yards lay the foe Lar Tantril and his men feared most.The Passing of Ku Sui|Anthony Gilmore
Even as Lar Tantril spoke, a giant shape was passing clumsily through the kitchen of his house.The Bluff of the Hawk|Anthony Gilmore
A low hill lay between them, and the high one on which the trees grew which yielded the lar.Santal Folk Tales|A. Campbell
Patel′lar, pertaining to the patella or knee-cap; Patel′late or Patel′lulate; Patel′liform, of the form of a small dish or saucer.
Gordon then crossed himself, and identified Lar Wang and several of his companions.The Life of Gordon, Volume I|Demetrius Charles Boulger
Word Origin for LAR
"Roman tutelary gods, household deities," Latin, plural of lar.