But how did a musical that was so middlingly reviewed become so popular (lar)?
In some of the Pompeian houses the lararium was represented by a niche only, containing the image of the lar.
MARY is moved so lar as to turn and look over his shoulder a minute.
lar Wang, however, was quite confident, and said that all was well.
Burglar, burg′lar, n. one who breaks into a house by night to steal.
Patel′lar, pertaining to the patella or knee-cap; Patel′late or Patel′lulate; Patel′liform, of the form of a small dish or saucer.
large′ness; lar′get, a length of iron cut from a bar and of proper size to roll into a sheet.
lar Tantril's voice again boomed from the broadcasting shell, and this time it was harsh with anger.
Medlar, med′lar, n. a small tree of the rose family, or its fruit.
Sty′lar, pertaining to the pin of a dial; Sty′late, like a style, styliform.
"Roman tutelary gods, household deities," Latin, plural of lar.