How to Pronounce gahr?

Correct pronunciation for the word "gahr" is [ɡˈɑː], [ɡˈɑː], [ɡ_ˈɑː].

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"Gahr" in context

Gahr is a traditional Japanese heraldic crest seen on individuals of high social rank. The crest is made up of two intersecting lines, both of which have their ends slightly curved upwards. While the crest originally symbolized the rank of personalities in feudal Japan, such as feudatories and military leaders, it was later adopted by the members of the imperial family. Today, the gahr symbol is still used to emphasize the authority and status of certain individuals, usually in ceremonial contexts. It is said that the two lines symbolize courage and strength, as those are attributes that a samurai should possess.

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