Ajar
Ajar A*jar", adv. [OE. on char ajar, on the turn; AS. cerr, cyrr, turn, akin to G. kehren to turn, and to D. akerre. See {Char}.] Slightly turned or opened; as, the door was standing ajar. [1913 Webster]

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  • ajar — ► ADVERB & ADJECTIVE ▪ (of a door or window) slightly open. ORIGIN from Old English, «a turn» …   English terms dictionary

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