cierr

cierr
turn

The Old English to English . 2014.

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  • cierr — m ( es/ as) turn, change, time, occasion; affair, business; æt sumum cierre at some time, once …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • sǽcierr — m ( es/ as) sea ebbing; the retreat of the sea (where the waves drew back and left a passage for the Israelites) …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • turn — cierr, abugan, gehwierfan …   English to the Old English

  • chare — or char noun Etymology: Middle English char turn, piece of work, from Old English cierr; akin to Old English cierran to turn Date: before 12th century chore …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • char — char1 /chahr/, v., charred, charring, n. v.t. 1. to burn or reduce to charcoal: The fire charred the paper. 2. to burn slightly; scorch: The flame charred the steak. v.i. 3. to become charred. n. 4. a charred material or surface. 5. charcoal. 6.… …   Universalium

  • chore — /chawr, chohr/, n. 1. a small or odd job; routine task. 2. chores, the everyday work around a house or farm. 3. a hard or unpleasant task: Solving the problem was quite a chore. [1375 1425; late ME char, OE cyrr, var. of CIERR, CERR CHAR3] Syn. 1 …   Universalium

  • Chark — Recorded as Chark, Charke, Charker, this is almost certainly an English surname. Although quite well recorded in the surviving church registers of, for instance, the city of London, as shown below, none of the various dictionaries of surnames… …   Surnames reference

  • Charke — Recorded as Chark, Charke, Charker, this is almost certainly an English surname. Although quite well recorded in the surviving church registers of, for instance, the city of London, as shown below, none of the various dictionaries of surnames… …   Surnames reference

  • Charker — Recorded as Chark, Charke, Charker, this is almost certainly an English surname. Although quite well recorded in the surviving church registers of, for instance, the city of London, as shown below, none of the various dictionaries of surnames… …   Surnames reference

  • cer — see cierr …   Old to modern English dictionary

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