Aara (ארא), a factitious term used by the Rabbins (Lex. Talm. Aruch, s.v.) as an example of a word beginning with two X's, like AAZRAK SEE AAZRAK (q.v.). In the Talmud, according to Buxtorf (Lex. Talm. col. 2), it is written Avera (אֲוֵירָא), perhaps only a singular Chaldaic form of the plural URIM SEE URIM (q.v.), light.