Pref. a- (for on or of) + far.
IPA: WEAE /Ê�Ë�faÉ¹/
- At, to, or from a great distance; far away; — often used with from preceding, or off following; as, he was seen from afar; I saw him afar off.
#* 2005, w:Parmenides|Parmenides, On nature. In: w:Plato|Plato, Sophist. Translation by Lesley Brown. w:Stephanus pagination|237b.
#*: And you, from this way of enquiry, must keep your thought afar.
- very, immensely, ever so, highly,
:# afar Ã¾akklÃ¦ti|Ã¾akklÃ¡tur
:# most grateful greatly
- thoroughly, all, widely
- a great
:# afar margir
:# a great many
Icelandic declension kk vb 01 Ã¶||f
- grandfathers, the indef nom plural form of afi#Icelandic|afi meaning "grandfather"
#* Ã¾iÃ°|Ã�iÃ° vera#Icelandic|eruÃ° afar.
#*: you|You [two] are grandfathers.
Category:Icelandic noun forms