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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Ottoman Turkish تیمار(timar).

NounEdit

timar (plural timars)

  1. (historical) A fiefdom in the Ottoman Empire granted by the Sultan to a spahi in exchange for his cavalryman service and cultivated by villeins who leased it from him

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VerbEdit

timar (present tense timas, past tense timis, future tense timos, imperative timez, conditional timus)

  1. to fear, be apprehensive

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  • audacar (to dare, be so bold as)

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

NounEdit

timar m

  1. plural indefinite of time

Serbo-CroatianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Ottoman Turkish تیمار(timar).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

tìmār m (Cyrillic spelling тѝма̄р)

  1. a kind of Ottoman Empire fief granted by the Sultan to a spahi (spàhija) in exchange for his cavalryman service and cultivated by villeins who leased it from him, timar

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SpanishEdit

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Unknown

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VerbEdit

timar (first-person singular present timo, first-person singular preterite timé, past participle timado)

  1. to swindle
  2. to fraud

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