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fere

[ feer ]
/ fɪər /
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noun Archaic.

a companion; mate.

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Origin of fere

before 1000; Middle English; Old English gefēra, derivative of fēran to go; akin to fare, feirie
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fere
/ (fɪə, Scottish fiːr) /

noun Scot

a companion
Also: fier a husband or wife

Word Origin for fere

Old English gefēra, from fēran to travel; see fare
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