from The Century Dictionary.

  • See fear.
  • To mark off the breadth of for plowing, as a ridge. See feering.
  • noun A fellow; a mate; a companion.
  • noun Particularly A mate in marriage; a spouse; a husband or wife.
  • noun [In the form fere, appar. as a var. of feres, feren, pl., taken as a collective and abstract noun.] Company; companionship.
  • noun See fear.

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  • adjective Alternative form of fear.


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From Middle English fere, from Old English fēre ("able to go, fit for service"). More at fear.



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  • 1) preposition

    2) After

    1) Verb :

    2) Rotate, turn

    Preposition example :

    feer aav = Come after some time.

    Verb example :

    chuttu feer = Rotate yourself, walk around,

    August 15, 2010