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Lere

Lere \Lere\, v. t. & i. [OE. leeren, leren, AS. l[=ae]ran. See Lore, Learn.] To learn; to teach. [Obs.]
--Chaucer.

Lere

Lere \Lere\, a. Empty. [Obs.] See Leer, a.

Lere

Lere \Lere\, n. [AS. lira flesh; cf. Icel. l[ae]r thigh.] Flesh; skin. [Obs.] ``His white leer.''
--Chaucer.

Lere

Lere \Lere\ (l[=e]r), n. [See Lore knowledge.] Learning; lesson; lore. [Obs.]
--Spenser.

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lere

Etymology 1 alt. 1 (context obsolete or UK dialectal Scotland English) To teach; instruct; explain; inform. 2 (context obsolete or UK dialectal Scotland English) To guide; lead. 3 (context obsolete or UK dialectal Scotland English) To learn; study. n. (context obsolete English) learning; lesson; lore. vb. 1 (context obsolete or UK dialectal Scotland English) To teach; instruct; explain; inform. 2 (context obsolete or UK dialectal Scotland English) To guide; lead. 3 (context obsolete or UK dialectal Scotland English) To learn; study. Etymology 2

  1. (context obsolete English) empty.

Wikipedia

Léré

Léré may refer to the following places:

  • Léré, Cher, a commune in the department of Cher, France
  • Léré, Chad, a town in Chad
  • Léré, Mali, a town in Mali
  • Léré, Burkina Faso, a town in Burkina Faso
  • Lere, Nigeria, city in Nigeria
  • Lere, Central African Republic

Usage examples of "lere".

All which my daies I haue not lewdly spent,Nor spilt the blossome of my tender yearesIn ydlesse, but as was conuenient,Haue trayned bene with many noble feresIn gentle thewes, and such like seemely leres.

This gentil kyng hath caught a greet motyf Of this witnesse, and thoghte he wolde enquere Depper in this, a trouthe for to lere.

But for a little tribe of lering nomads, who can cover a lot of ground, well, there's quite a lot of food out here, especially in spring and summer.