Veadar

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noun Ve·adar \ˈvā-ˌä-ˌdär, ˈvā-ə-\

Definition of Veadar

Origin and Etymology of veadar

borrowed from Hebrew wĕ-adhār, literally, “and Adar” (i.e., the second Adar)


First Known Use: circa 1648

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