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Why does the English entry link to garfish when that just links right back to gar? User:Language Lover 05:03, 28 January 2007

  • Because they are synonyms. SemperBlotto 08:17, 28 January 2007 (UTC)


Both GAR and Gar redirect here. These and the lowercase spelling all have a meaning which has persisted over the internet for years. Even as early as 2006, which precedes the above comments. I will link to articles about this:

I would like to, as I don't see this going away, eventually see it recognized here. But I'm apprehensive to add it because I want to make sure it fits Wiktionary standards of notability first. How would we go about verifying this sort of thing? For example, a test idea for the definition could be: an adjective describing someone with manly virtus (virtue). It is a slang neologism based on a merging of the terms gay and the first syllable (ar) of archer, the classification of the character Archer (Fate/stay night). It has been popularized on the anime boards of 4chan. DB 20:35, 21 April 2011 (UTC)

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