Definition of Jarta

1. a term of endearment [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jarta

jarovizing
jarp
jarped
jarping
jarps
jarrah
jarrahs
jarrahwood
jarred
jarring
jarringly
jarringness
jarrings
jars
jarsful
jarta (current term)
jartas
jarul
jaruls
jarvey
jarveys
jarvie
jarvies
jarvy
jasest
jasey
jaseys
jashawk
jasies
jasm

Literary usage of Jarta

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Sketches from Santalistan by Mathew Andreas Pederson (1913)
"His name is jarta, or rather that is the name he is known by. ... jarta means matted locks. For years and years, perhaps from the time he was a small boy. ..."

2. Oliver Optic's Magazine by Oliver Optic (1875)
"Salum jarta had succeeded in persuading the king to keep rum out of the court until after the palavers to come before him should be settled. ..."

3. The Great Bonanza by Oliver Optic, Robert Michael Ballantyne (1876)
"Salum jarta had succeeded in persuading the king to keep rum out of the court until after the palavers to come before him should be settled. ..."

4. Bernadotte i Norden: eller, Norges adskillelse fra Danmark og forening med by Carl Th[eodor] Sørensen (1904)
"Thygeson var vor Hans jarta, der dæk- kedes af Ministeriet, medens Kongen, der selvfølgelig godt vidste, hvad der foregik, men lukkede sine Øjne derfor, ..."

5. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy by Royal Irish Academy (1908)
"... rata et stabilis permaneat presenti scripto &c. Examinata cum originali whit book et ibi invenies in folio secundo et tertio de A. fol. 3f. [C'jarta ..."

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