calar [kuh–lahr] v. 1. to attempt to play something off. 2. to act differently from your thoughts. 3. to act falsely to get attention – calarring, calars, calarred
An example of calar would be: Let’s say you go to your friend’s restaurant. You know that you’ll be covered for the meal since your friend owns it, but when you’re done eating, you make a half-ass attempt to pay for your share of the meal. You would be calarring. Other spellings include khalar or cahlar.