- erciyas daği,
- erebus, mount,
Origin of ere
Examples from the Web for ere
And I are been thinkin' about them 'ere red-skinned varmints.Indian and Scout|F. S. Brereton
Only Messrs. Seward and Bates hang timidly behind, waiting for stronger manifestations, ere they hang out their flags.
Ere he reached the spot, a ball hit him on the ankle, and shivered the joint to pieces.Our Soldiers|W.H.G. Kingston
He considered for a minute or two—an age it appeared to me—ere he answered.Our Home in the Silver West|Gordon Stables
I wish the children was 'ere,' he sez; 'but you couldn't get 'em all in this little room.Mad Shepherds|L. P. Jacks
Word Origin for ere
c.1200, from Old English ær (adv., conj., & prep.) "soon, before (in time)," from Proto-Germanic *airiz, comparative of *air "early" (cf. Old Saxon, Old Frisian, Old High German er, Dutch eer; German eher "earlier;" Old Norse ar "early;" Gothic air "early," airis "earlier"), from PIE *ayer- "day, morning" (cf. Avestan ayar "day;" Greek eerios "at daybreak," ariston "breakfast"). The adverb erstwhile retains the Old English superlative ærest "earliest."