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7.
A Queer person who is also of an ethnic minority; for example, Black and Queer, Latino/Chicano/Hispanic and Queer, etc. The term is generally used by Queer communities of color to celebrate their ethnicity and sexuality without fragmenting the identities into separate categories.
The Quare community in New York has created a culture unique to Queer communities of Color. It is neither exclusively Ethnic nor exclusively Queer in the traditional sense of the terms because it actively incorporate and includes elements of both. Vogueing, a stylistic, club, and urban dance which includes elements of Hip-Hop, Modern dance and runway walking, is one of the many examples of elements specific to Quare culture.
by Robbie Lebeau May 08, 2010
 
1.
Irish meaning 'very' or 'extremely'. a rural pronouniaction of the word Queer.

(Does not mean great, as it can be used in a negative sense, ie. this funeral is quare depressing.
The weather was quare cold.
That woman is quare fine.
by Vinny/Sands October 15, 2003
 
2.
noticeable,remarkable,exceptional. Equivalent to the word "quite" in most instances.
In Irish usage the word has no homosexual connotations.
That was a quare party
by Jim. M June 04, 2006
 
3.
Irish colloquial word, possibly derived from queer.
Can mean 'strange' or 'unusual'.
Can also be a substitute for 'very', 'really' or 'extremely'.
She's a quare one!
That film was a bit quare, wasn't it?
She's quare fine!
I could quare go for some chips right now.
by cabbage kid April 20, 2011
 
4.
Irish.... contrary to popular belief this does not mean queer or strange but great!
that was quare good
by Cully April 01, 2003
 
5.
Quare is often used as 'peculiar' in rural parts of the United States.
Andrew refuses to eat his greenbeans for no apparent reason, therefore his parents say he is just being quare.
by Tink October 29, 2003
 
6.
Is what Irish farmers/boggers call a sexy woman
"Any Quare ones lately?"

"I was fucking this quare one the other night"
by PropaKarlo December 23, 2008