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Origin of narrow

before 900; Middle English; Old English nearu; cognate with Old Saxon naru narrow, Dutch naar unpleasant; akin to German Narbe scar, literally, narrow mark

OTHER WORDS FROM narrow

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How to use narrow in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for narrow

narrow
/ (ˈnærəʊ) /

adjective
verb
to make or become narrow; limit; restrict
noun
a narrow place, esp a pass or strait
See also narrows

Derived forms of narrow

narrowly, adverbnarrowness, noun

Word Origin for narrow

Old English nearu; related to Old Saxon naru
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Other Idioms and Phrases with narrow

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