[vur-ner, vair-; Danish ver-nuh r]
- Karl A·dolph [kahrl ah-dolf] /kɑrl ˈɑ dɒlf/, 1846–96, Danish linguist.
- a male given name, form of Warner.
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Examples from the Web for verner
Two years later, in 1963, the Supreme Court stepped through that door in Sherbert v. Verner.Waiting for the Supreme Court on the Hobby Lobby Decision
Geoffrey R. Stone
June 18, 2014
A portion of every morning he spent in the society of Miss Verner.The Grateful Indian
"That's what I'm beginning to think, too," Verner Hughes agreed.
"He'll need a good pair of lungs to do that," Verner Hughes commented.
He carried a cup in every evening, but Mr. Verner scarcely ever touched it.
Mrs. Verner is not the source of your ills; you must look nearer to you, for that.