either of the short, lax vowels of Old Church Slavonic represented by these signs, front jer (ъ, usually transcribed as ĭ) and back jer (ь, usually transcribed as ŭ).
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How to use jer in a sentence
The tides upon the sea-coast of Palestine are very slight, but some have seen a reference to them in jer.The Astronomy of the Bible | E. Walter Maunder
Again I tell ye, th' body must bend between th' hips an' th' neck, but ye keep jer-r-rkin' the head to look up.The Wrong Twin | Harry Leon Wilson
He may be "nigh their mouths," but he is "far from their reins," jer.A Christian Directory (Volume 1 of 4) | Richard Baxter
Then he crossed the Del-a-ware, and left New jer-sey in the hands of the foe.The Life of George Washington | Josephine Pollard
He had been forced to leave New jer-sey in the hands of the King's troops.The Life of George Washington | Josephine Pollard
British Dictionary definitions for Jer.
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