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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Old French verai, from Vulgar Latin *vērācus.

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AdjectiveEdit

verray (superlative verrayest)

  1. true, correct, factual, authentic, real
  2. precise, accurate
  3. truthful, an accurate rendition
  4. certain, sure
  5. skilled, competent (in a given domain of skill)
  6. fair, proper, appropriate
  7. worthy, ideal
  8. A generic all-purpose intensifier

DescendantsEdit

  • English: very
  • Scots: verra, vera

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AdverbEdit

verray

  1. accurately, precisely, closely, faithfully
  2. actually, really
  3. truely, completely
  4. very, extremely

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NounEdit

verray

  1. (rare) The truth; reality

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