Tar. n.s. [tare, Saxon; tarre, Dutch; tiere, Danish.] Liquid pitch; the turpentine of the pine or fir drained out by fire.
Then, foaming tar, their bridles they would champ,
And trampling the fine element would fiercely ramp. Spens.
A man will not lose a hog for a halfpennyworth of tar. Camden's Remains.
Some stir the melted tar. Thomson's Summer.