from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Barley, especially six-rowed barley.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To pierce.
- n. See bear, barley.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. etc. An obsolete form of bear, bear, etc., berry, etc.
In common with its Scottish neighbours and the northern counties of England, oats and barley in Orkney a variety known as bere is grown, locally called corn are the cereal staples used for breads and bannocks, and, less/more essentially, ale and whisky.
See the note on _írá ... interfécit_, 18, 4. 25. quae, object of perscríbere, which is the subject of est; longum is predicate adjective.
She also notes that the Puget Sound area has seen a fair amount of new construction — like luxury condos — that couldeventually bere-priced for lower-income tenants or outfitted for a different audience.
The Slavic verb пить/пити is related to Latin bibere and its descendants (French boire, Italian bere) and more obviously to Greek ποτο.
Ndasangana nechembere, yakatasva bere jena, hurekure nekazizi ndidzo tochi pamusoro, imi mbuya rasai huroyi.
And if that was you nervous, well, you hide it like a insert bad word bere.
E' stato molto bello bere un paio di birre in un bar, e tutti sono simpatici e divertenti e di buona compagnia.
Now the decision rests with me, whether to ruin thee, as Cypris wishes, by telling my brother of thy presence bere, or to save thy life by taking
Wunder iyf tihs iys wun ov teh lil orphun poaler bere babbeez taht teh zoos raize iyn there babbeh animule nursrees?
April 16, 2008 at 9:25 am dey kom from a land down undah, ware bere dos phlo und men chondr kant u here, kant u here da tunder?