"The neighbor is a weird neighbor."
Translation:اَلْجار جار غَريب.
AniOhevYayin, good assumption! But, if we look into Naboo, it seems that the homeworld is close to some Hindu related themes. So, it is highly possible that the Arabic word جار has nothing to do with its naming but is inspired by the backward of a Sanskrit word "Raj" which means "king". Also, it is said that the Gungan(ians) say all the things backward, ie. Raj = Jar. Some fans said (not me).