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fere

[feer] /fɪər/
noun, Archaic.
1.
a companion; mate.
Origin
1000
before 1000; Middle English; Old English gefēra, derivative of fēran to go; akin to fare, feirie
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British Dictionary definitions for fere

fere

/fɪə; Scottish fiːr/
noun (Scot)
1.
a companion
2.
Also fier. a husband or wife
Word Origin
Old English gefēra, from fēran to travel; see fare
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Word Origin and History for fere
fere
"companion" (obsolete), from M.E. fere, aphetic of O.E. gefera, from base of faran "to go, travel" (cf. Ger. Gefährte "companion").
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