Garring



[gahr] /gɑr/

verb (used with object), garred, garring.
1.
Scot. to compel or force (someone) to do something.
2.
Scot. and North England Obsolete. to do, perform, or cause.
/ɡɑː/
noun (pl) gar, gars
1.
short for garpike, garfish
/ɡɑːr/
verb
1.
(transitive) (Scot) to cause or compel
n.

“pike-like fish,” 1765, American English, shortening of garfish (mid-15c.), from Old English gar “spear,” from Proto-Germanic *gaizo- (cf. Old Norse geirr, Old Saxon, Old High German ger, German Ger “spear”), from PIE *ghaiso- “stick, spear” (see goad).
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