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1are

Definition of ARE

present 2d singular or present plural of be

Origin of ARE

Middle English, from Old English earun; akin to Old Norse eru, erum are, Old English is is

2are

noun \ˈer, ˈär\

Definition of ARE

Origin of ARE

French, from Latin area
First Known Use: circa 1819

Rhymes with ARE

ARE Defined for Kids

are

Definition of ARE for Kids

present second person sing or present pl of be

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