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- prep. Eye dialect spelling of for.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete or dialectal form of far.
- n. A rare Middle English form of fire.
- n. The terminal element of nouns with a corresponding adjective in -ferous, as conifer, a coniferous tree. See -ferous.
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Also, for those who * do* want a new computer ... you're waitin 'fer Win7 aren't-cha?
I'm awfully fond of brown trout, and you guys that like Asian carp are in fer a buncha trouble down the road, when Asian carp have run everything else out.
The network's third such biennial benefit, this too-fer is also a two-fer, originating from two coasts, and prerecorded as well as live.
DIETZENBACH, Germany — Standing in Aisle 1 of a local Aldi supermarket, between the € 2.59 ($3.62) bottles of sparkling wine and the packaged bread, German master baker Wolfgang Sch ä fer is in enemy territory.
So if memeory serves, .. thyhad me off workin fer folks sos they could get back on there feet a bit, ..
Purveying and preying on the most vulnerable, those "lookin 'fer love [in all the wrong places]."
Se þonne þisne wealsteal wise geþohte ond þis deorce lif deope geondþenceð, frod in ferðe, feor oft gemon wælsleahta worn, ond þas word acwið:
Anybuddy figgers full fundin 'fer RC schools is fair and equittable's got their head in the sand, sez I.
Yah…too much compyuter time rots the branes….jest takes my word fer it, this time!
My other part of my two-fer is this: since Cvillenews. com was down, the LMP have been reported as requesting that any students in the garage be prohibited from leaving the garage during rush hour.