Farer vs Yarer - What's the difference?

farer | yarer |


As a noun farer

is (archaic) tripper.

As an adjective yarer is

(yare).

farer

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (archaic) tripper
  • Derived terms

    * far-farer/farfarer * sea-farer/seafarer * way-farer/wayfarer * spacefarer

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    yarer

    English

    Adjective

    (head)
  • (yare)

  • yare

    English

    Adjective

    (er)
  • (archaic) Ready; prepared.
  • Ready, alert, prepared, prompt.
  • * Shakespeare
  • Be yare in thy preparation.
  • Eager, keen, lively, handy; agile, nimble.
  • (nautical, of a ship) Easily manageable and answering readily to the helm; yar.
  • * Sir Walter Raleigh
  • The lesser [ship] will come and go, leave or take, and is yare ; whereas the greater is slow.

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