plural noun, singular Lar [lahr] /lɑr/. Roman Religion.
Origin of Lares
noun, plural lar·es [lair-eez, ley-reez] /ˈlɛər iz, ˈleɪ riz/ for 1, lars for 2.
Origin of lar
Examples from the Web for lares
Contemporary Examples of lares
Thank the Lares and Penates that Howard Fast wrote Spartacus for similar reasons.Erica Jong Defends Feminist Revolution
March 27, 2012
Historical Examples of lares
Beyond the impluvium is the place of a small altar for the worship of the Lares.Museum of Antiquity
L. W. Yaggy
Deaf is the heart to which the Lares call from the desolate floors in vain.Zanoni
Edward Bulwer Lytton
When a sacrifice was offered to the Lares, the victim was a pig.Pompeii, Its Life and Art
We will set up our Lares and Penates in its very centerahem!Three Little Women's Success
Gabrielle E. Jackson
But some think that Lares are such as trouble private houses.Folk-lore and legends: English
Charles John Tibbits
Word Origin for LAR
"Roman tutelary gods, household deities," Latin, plural of lar.