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Most common English words: condition « sleep « ex « #688: mere » agreement » ship » third

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Etymologies 1, 2 and 3
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Old English mere, from Proto-Germanic *mariz, from Proto-Indo-European *mori. Cognate with Dutch meer, German Meer, Norwegian mar; and (from Indo-European) with Latin mare, Breton [[mor#Patrono:Br|mor]], Russian [[море#Patrono:Ru|море]].

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Mere

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Meres

Mere (plural Meres)
  1. (obsolete) The sea.
  2. (dialectal or literary) A pool or lake; a marsh.
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Old English mǣre.

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Mere (plural Meres)
  1. A boundary; a boundary-marker.
    • 1590, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, III.ix:
      The Troian Brute did first that Citie found, / And Hygate made the meare thereof by West, / And Ouert gate by North: that is the bound / Toward the land; two riuers bound the rest.

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Patrono:Xno[[Category:Patrono:Xno derivations|Mere]] [[meer#Patrono:Xno|meer]], from Old French mier, from Latin merus.

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Mere (comparative -, superlative merest)

  1. Just, only; the smallest amount; having no greater importance or extent.
    I saved a mere 10 pounds this week.
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Patrono:Mi[[Category:Patrono:Mi derivations|Mere]] [[mere#Patrono:Mi|mere]] (more).

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Meres

Mere (plural Meres)
  1. A Maori war-club.

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From Old Norse meiri (more).

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  • IPA: /meːrə/, [ˈmeːɐ]

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Mere

  1. more

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Mere f.

  1. Feminine plural of mero.

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From Proto-Germanic *mari, from Proto-Indo-European *móri (sea). Cognate with Old Saxon meri (Dutch meer), Old High German meri (German Meer), Old Norse marr (Swedish mar). The IE root is also the source of Latin mare, Old Irish muir (Breton mor), Old Church Slavonic море (Russian море), Lithuanian mãre.

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mere m.

  1. sea, ocean
  2. lake, body of water

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nominative mere meras
accusative mere meras
genitive meres mera
dative mere merum

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mere n. pl.

  1. Plural form of măr.af:mere

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