The Rère is a long river in the Cher and Loir-et-Cher département, central France. Its source is at Presly. It flows generally west. It is a left tributary of the Sauldre into which it flows at Villeherviers.
n. 1 (archaic spelling of rear nodot=1 English) (all meanings). 2 (context Irish legal specifically English) back portion or area behind (a building, etc.)
Usage examples of "rere".
DRISCOLL: He surprised me in the rere of the premises, Your honour, when the missus was out shopping one morning with a request for a safety pin.
Obviously mammal in weight of bosom you remark that she has in front well to the fore two protuberances of very respectable dimensions, inclined to fall in the noonday soupplate, while on her rere lower down are two additional protuberances, suggestive of potent rectum and tumescent for palpation, which leave nothing to be desired save compactness.
Yesterday Livingston during supper told de Rere in a low voice to drink to the health of one I knew well, and to beg me to do him the honour.
I brought up the Rere, In bloody wars where thousands have been slaine.
Moray Firth and the Firth of Forth, well north of the Tweed, the Kings of Scotland had long claimed the right to rule all of the territory south of Lothian as far as Rere Crossing.
As for Lady Reres, by great good fortune, she had been Margaret Beaton, sister to Janet, and on his visits to Janet there had been times when -perhaps he had called unexpectedly only Margaret had been there to entertain him.
All he need concern himself with was the fact that Margaret Beaton, now Lady Reres, was to be the lady-in-waiting to the Queen in the small house, and that he had easy access to that house through his servant David Chambers.
He went through the door in the wall and asked Bastian to bring Lady Reres to him and to keep his coming a secret.
She remembered that she would present a strange sight if Lady Reres came to the room.
On the first day of her return to the Exchequer House Lady Reres came to announce that Lord Bothwell was below and wished to see her.
She told Lady Reres that he might come up and state his business if he could do so with brevity.
She had not awakened Lady Reres who had been her companion since she had gone with her to the Exchequer House, but had crept to the window.
Field than at Holy-rood, and when she was not bearing Darnley company in his chamber, and beguiling the tedium of his illness, she was to be seen walking in the garden with Lady Reres, and from his bed he could hear her sometimes singing as she sauntered there.
There was a little group of gentlemen to escort her, and half a dozen servants with lighted torches, whilst Lady Reres was in waiting.
For me think hit not semly, as hit is soth knawen, Ther such an askyng is heuened so hy3e in your sale, Tha3 yghe yghourself be talenttyf, to take hit to yourseluen, Whil mony so bolde yow aboute vpon bench sytten, That vnder heuen I hope non ha3erer of wylle, Ne better bodyes on bent ther baret is rered.