- a household or ancestral god in ancient Rome
- 1974: Would the great emperorâ€™s lar, free of its soldierly body rheumatic from German mists and browned and grizzled by the Indus sun, haunt that pinedark road to Elefsis to taste again the essences on which it fed and gather with voluptuous fingers the ghosts of roses? â€” Guy Davenport, Tatlin!
- A species of gibbon (Hylobates lar), found in Burma. Called also the common or white-handed gibbon.
3 letters in word "lar": A L R.
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