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Hasn't anyone ever seen Kate Hepburn in <i>The Philadephia Story</i>? Yar - when a boat is trim, responsive, and in all ways lively in handling.
"My, she was yar."
by Sinurgie March 25, 2004
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selfish idiots in my neighborhood who think that they don't need to wear a mask because the rest of us do
A maskhole jogged right past me in the park today
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The traditional, affirmative pirate-speak usage of "yar" has become antiquated. The contemporary definitions are as follows:
1. Among snowboarders and skiiers, it is a synonym for the colloquial word "gnar," referring to snow.
2. Drawing off the previous definition, yar has recently started to represent coke (cocaine) (aka snow).
1. I shredded so much yar today. The pow was fresh!
2. Let's call up your dealer to buy some yar.
by addison_ March 12, 2015
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1. Pirate's greeting.

2. Interjection used by pirates.

3. Expression of great joy.

4. Jubulant greeting.
1. "Yar, maties, to-day we sail to the Dry Tortugas!"

2. "Yar, whirrs me cutlass? I got an itch, yar. Yar, I need to do laundry!"

3. "YAR! I just won the lottery!"

4. "Yar, Fred, hows it going?"
by CHRIS October 11, 2003
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In languages of Urdu (spoken in Pakistan) and Hindi (spoken in India) it means a friend. Similar to the word "bud" or "buddy" in the English language.
1- Hey yar, whats chillin!
by Ahsan Upal February 02, 2004
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Yars is an expression used when one is in an elated state. The word is a combination of "Yeah" and "Rawr". When used properly, Yars can induce mass gratification to those who hear it. It creates pure happiness.
Billy and I had the best date ever!! I've never had so much fun in my life. Yars!!
by kleither August 28, 2010
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A word to express acceptance or agreement. Can be used in place of "yes". Mostly used among pirates.
by Big Indian July 17, 2003
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