Dierbaar
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Dierbaar

Dutch

Etymology

From Middle Dutch dierbaer. Equivalent to dier ("dear, precious") +‎ -baar ("-able, -worthy"), the former a dialectal form of duur.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /'di:rba:r/
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Adjective

dierbaar (comparative dierbaarder, superlative dierbaarst)

  1. dear, prized by someone
  2. (archaic) precious, of great value
  3. (obsolete) pricey
  4. (in devotional circles) highly/morally moving, touching

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