Commonly used word.
This word is mostly used in regard to females, but it may also be used for men who proved their worth in schooling, who have raised their children well or who are talented at most things but do not necessarily excell in strength.
Xiar is often said when bowing the head slightly, out of respect. In the case of men, the head is never bown, but may be tilted sidewards. When the addressee is referred to as xiar, the head and also the upper body are bown.
No example sentences use this word.