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Verner

[ vur-ner, vair-; Danish ver-nuhr ]
/ ˈvɜr nər, ˈvɛər-; Danish ˈvɛr nər /
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noun

Karl A·dolph [kahrl -ah-dolf], /kɑrl ˈɑ dɒlf/, 1846–96, Danish linguist.
a male given name, form of Warner.

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