See also: נאָר and נאר

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YiddishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Probably from Old High German narro ‎(clown), possibly with influence from Hebrew נַעַר ‎(ná'ar, a youth).

NounEdit

נאַר ‎(narm, plural נאַראָנים ‎(naronem)

  1. fool (person lacking judgment or intelligence)

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