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gnar

Anything challenging, difficult, or physically rough. The formation of the word gnar shows that deriving nouns from adjectives and verbs is not a standardized or reversible process. Gnar is More…

gnar #2

rough, difficult, dangerous =“Gnar” retains a positive connotation and is usually used in regard to waves, especially in the California region Etymology : Clipping of the word “gnarly” More…

gnar(1)

awesome Etymology : clipping of "gnarly" =“those new shoes are totally gnar man” (Willie T., August 2010)

Gnarl(to)

the act of standing up on a surfboard while riding a very small wave =He gnarled that wave for a split second before it died on him. Etymology : Clipping of the word Gnarly. A gnarly More…


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