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rere (plural reres)

  1. Archaic spelling of rear (all meanings).
  2. (Ireland, law, specifically) back portion or area behind (a building, etc.)

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Occitan [Term?], from Latin retro.

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rere

  1. behind, at the back

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rere

  1. behind, at the back of
  2. after (behind in place)
  3. after, by
    any rere anyyear by year

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Middle EnglishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Old English hrēr, hrēre, from hrēran (see reren (to rile)).

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rere

  1. Referring to eggs; underdone, undercooked
  2. (rare) Unknown, unadmitted.
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  • English: rear, rare (of meat)
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Etymology 2Edit

From Anglo-Norman rere, from Latin retro.

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rere

  1. (rare outside of compounds) Succeeding, successive, next, following.
  2. (rare) Located at the rear, hind, or back.
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Etymology 3Edit

From Old English rǣran.

VerbEdit

rere

  1. Alternative form of reren (to raise)

Etymology 4Edit

From Old English hrēran.

NounEdit

rere

  1. Alternative form of reren (to rile)

Etymology 5Edit

From Old French rer.

AdjectiveEdit

rere

  1. Alternative form of rare (thin, airy, rare)

Middle FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old French rere, from Latin rādere, present active infinitive of rādō.

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rere

  1. to shave

Old FrenchEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Latin retrō.

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rere m (oblique and nominative feminine singular rere)

  1. late
  2. after; later on

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rere

  1. behind
    Constaunce [] lui vient rere au doos et le trebucha en la mere.
    Constance [] came behind his back and knocked him into the sea
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Etymology 2Edit

From Latin rādere, present active infinitive of rādō.

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rere

  1. to shave

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Rapa NuiEdit

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rere

  1. fly