ers

[ urs, airs ]
/ ɜrs, ɛərs /

noun

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Origin of ers

Middle French < Old Provençal < Late Latin ervus, variant of Latin ervum. See ervil

Definition for erses (2 of 2)

Erse
[ urs ]
/ ɜrs /

noun

Gaelic, especially Scottish Gaelic.

adjective

of or relating to Gaelic, especially Scottish Gaelic.
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British Dictionary definitions for erses (1 of 2)

ERS

abbreviation for

earnings related supplement

British Dictionary definitions for erses (2 of 2)

Erse
/ (ɜːs) /

noun

another name for Irish Gaelic

adjective

of or relating to the Irish Gaelic language

Word Origin for Erse

C14: from Lowland Scots Erisch Irish; Irish being regarded as the literary form of Gaelic
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