maer hort ens; if he and ic and Monsieur Delion be de crab, we sal kash de fowl well genough, I warrant you.
The generally accepted theory at present is that maer, the Anglo-Saxon word for a boundary, supplies the clue.
If the fundation be not sure, the maer gorgiouse the edifice the grosser the falt.
This officer was called in Welsh the maer, which was translated into the Latin prpositus.
Nothing has left a more vivid picture on my mind than these evenings at maer.
I have not forgotten the comfort I received that day at maer, when my mind was like a swinging pendulum.
maer si waren bedrogen in dien, Dat sijt niet oppenbare mochten sien (687-8).
De beenen zijn geelachtigh en dik; maer zeer kort: doch met vier vaste en lange pooten.
maer nadien dat sy haer niet en liet gheseggen, soo lietse het yver toestellen om daer in te springen.
My visits to maer during these two or three succeeding years were quite delightful, independently of the autumnal shooting.