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EtymologyEdit

From Old French [Term?], from fer, or from Late Latin ferrāre (cf. classical ferrātus), from Latin ferrum. Compare Catalan and Portuguese ferrar, Italian ferrare, Spanish herrar.

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VerbEdit

ferrer

  1. to clad in iron (transitive), to be clad in iron (intransitive).
  2. to shoe (a horse).
  3. to clad in some metal, not necessarily iron
    ferrer d'or
    to clad in gold
  4. to hook (a fish)

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