Define:Fer

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Relatit: -fer, Fer, fér, and fær

English[eedit soorce]

Pronunciation[eedit soorce]

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Preposition[eedit soorce]

Fer

  1. (regional) Ee dialect spellin o for.

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Catalan[eedit soorce]

Etymology 1[eedit soorce]

unknown

Adjective[eedit soorce]

Fer (feminine Fera, masculine plural Fers, feminine plural Feres)

  1. wild
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Etymology 2[eedit soorce]

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facere

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Verb[eedit soorce]

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  1. make.
    Fer vinagre.
    To make vinagre.
    Quatre i quatre fan vuit.
    Four and four make eight.
  2. make up
    Els jubilats fan un quart de la població.
    Retired people make up a quarter of the population.
  3. turn into
    Fer d'un enemic un aliat.
    To turn an enemy into an ally.
  4. give
    El primer marit li va fer dos fills.
    Her first husband gave her two sons.
    Feu-me mig quilo de formatge.
    Give me half a kilo of cheese.
  5. lay
    La canària ha fet un ou.
    The canary has laid an egg.
  6. produce
    Aquesta terra fa molt bon blat.
    This land produces very good wheat.
  7. do
  8. cause
  9. go
  10. make do
  11. cause to be done
  12. play
  13. measure
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Faroese[eedit soorce]

Pronunciation[eedit soorce]

  • /feːr/
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Verb[eedit soorce]

Fer

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Conjugation[eedit soorce]


French[eedit soorce]

Etymology[eedit soorce]

Frae Laitin

ferrum

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Pronunciation[eedit soorce]

Noun[eedit soorce]

Fer m (plural Fers)

  1. iron
  2. shoe (for horse); steel tip
  3. ((gowf)) iron
  4. iron (appliance)
  5. (in the plural, Template:Context 2) irons, fetters

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Latin[eedit soorce]

Verb[eedit soorce]

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Manx[eedit soorce]

Etymology[eedit soorce]

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Pronunciation[eedit soorce]

  • /fer/

Noun[eedit soorce]

Fer m (plural fir)

  1. man
    • Cha nel mee lowal rish y fer aeg shen. I do not approve of that young man.

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Middle English[eedit soorce]

Adjective[eedit soorce]

Fer

  1. far

Occitan[eedit soorce]

Etymology[eedit soorce]

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faciō

Verb[eedit soorce]

Fer

  1. to do
  2. to make

Conjugation[eedit soorce]

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Old French[eedit soorce]

Etymology[eedit soorce]

From Laitin

Noun[eedit soorce]

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  1. iron (metal)



Old High German[eedit soorce]

Etymology[eedit soorce]

From West Template:Proto, whence also Old English

feorr

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Adjective[eedit soorce]

Fer

  1. remote

Old Irish[eedit soorce]

Etymology[eedit soorce]

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vir

, Sanskrit

वीर

and Gothic

𐍅𐌰𐌹𐍂

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Pronunciation[eedit soorce]

  • /fʲer/

Noun[eedit soorce]

Fer m (genitive singular fir, dative singular fiur, nominative plural fir, accusative plural firu, genitive plural fer, dative plural feraib)

  1. man
  2. husband

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Scots[eedit soorce]

Adjective[eedit soorce]

Fer (comparative ferther, superlative ferthest)

  1. ((Sooth Scots)) far