- v. Archaic spelling of learn.
“To anyone: I have a new neighbor who just moved in and has become a great friend, He has learne I'm a gun nut and somewhat a hunter both here and the Rixkies.”
“She should of learne from last time by the hate rallys she had and the bashing of the president did not get them in the white house.”
“How will you describe it when he pries us apart with the statements he learne at his pastor's church?”
“Maybe we need to all listen and empathize with those that are different so that we may learne about ourselves and all the diverse discourse which each community member is invested in!”
“Will they not learne from the worst part of Superman Returns?”
“I thank you good Master: but I pray Sir, since you see it still rains May butter, give me some observations and directions concerning the Pearch, for they say he is both a very good and a bold biting fish, and I would faine learne to fish for him.”
“I decided to do a little research to learne the origins of the dance that we now know as Rumba.”
“Parats so can learne to prate, our speech by pieces gleaning :”
“Thei vse not as we doe, to learne faculties and sciences one of another by apprenticehode, but looke what trade the father occupied, the same doeth the sonne generally applie himself to, and continue in.”
“Thei crosse no sease for merchaundise, ne learne no colours of Rethoricque.”
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