(redirected from Cigars)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Idioms.


a cylindrical roll of cured tobacco leaves, for smoking

What does it mean when you dream about a cigar?

A psychoanalytic symbol for the male organ, though when Freud was once asked about his cigar, he famously responded that “sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.” Smokers tend to associate anxiety and/or relaxation with cigarettes.

References in periodicals archive ?
Cigars may be just as harmful and addictive, according to Penn State researchers, who add that small cigars have just as much if not more nicotine than cigarettes.
Rafael was previously a health care executive but his love for the Cuban culture made him start in cigars, which is the most recognizable Cuban cultural icon.
Volume sales of cigars excluding cigarillos will increase by CAGR of 7% during the forecast period.
There are so much phenomenal, good-quality cigars on the market that the prices kind of come down a little bit on the really good stuff," says Gadway.
The Carson, California, native opened SmoKing's cigar lounge (www.
adults who smoke cigars "every day," "someday," or "rarely," more than half (52.
Overall, small cigars seem to sell the best at Freeway Chevron.
Cuban cigars are commonly referred to as Habanos and are renowned for their unique flavour and aroma.
While excellent cigars are made in Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic, Mexico and even the United States, the penchant in Beirut is for Cubans and Cubans alone -- especially Cohibas.
The forbidden fruit carries a premium: A box of 25 Cohiba Robustos costs $304 on the Hong Kong-based Cigars of Habanos Web site, where shoppers are offered the option of shipping to the U.
Mr van Heyst says that to his knowledge there has "not been much change in the producing countries: outside of Cuba there is the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Nicaragua and Mexico producing basically hand-made cigars.