See also: inár

Irish edit

Pronunciation edit

Particle edit

inar (form used before non-past tenses ina) (used before a past tense; triggers lenition of a following consonant except in the autonomous form)

  1. in which/whom
    an fear inar chuir mé muinín
    the man in whom I trusted
    an tír inar táirgeadh é
    the country in which it was made

Particle edit

inar (form used before a vowel in the present/future inarb, form used before a vowel in the past/conditional inarbh) (used before a consonant sound; triggers lenition in the past/conditional)

  1. in which/whom is
    an seomra inar mian liom codladh
    the room in which I want to sleep
  2. in which/whom was/would be
    an tír inar mhaith liom bheith i mo chónaí
    the country in which I would like to live

Related terms edit

Romanian edit

Etymology edit

From in +‎ -ar or possibly from Latin līnārius.

Noun edit

inar m (plural inari)

  1. (archaic) one who cultivates or sells flax

Declension edit

Swedish edit

Verb edit


  1. present indicative of ina

Anagrams edit

Wiradjuri edit

Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

Cognate with Gamilaraay yinarr.

Noun edit


  1. woman