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EtymologyEdit

From sa- +‎ art (to plow).

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saart tr. or intr., 1st conj., pres. saaru, saar, saar, past saaru

  1. (perfective; syn. uzart) to till (especially a larger area, or a whole area) by plowing
    vēl nesen saarām tīrumus, vēl nesen kā apsējāmnot long ago we plowed the fields, after that we sowed them
    Uldiņš zemi saara, sienu sapļāvaUldiņš plowed the land (and) mowed the hay
  2. to till for a long time, or an entire period of time
    saara līdz pusdienai ne ēdis, ne dzērishe plowed on till noon without eating or drinking

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