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EtymologyEdit

From Old French guerreier, werreier, from Vulgar Latin *werrizō.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈwɛrɛi̯ən/, /ˈwɛriən/

VerbEdit

werreyen

  1. To attack, fight or war (against something); to be involved in armed conflict.
  2. To attack a religion, a deity, or a spiritual leader or figure; to enter into religious conflict.
  3. To denigrate, show enmity towards, or bring down a religion or deity.
  4. (rare) To disavow or argue against a doctrine or belief.
  5. (rare) To cause a commotion, conflict, or uprising; to stir up trouble.
  6. (figuratively, rare) To attract or court a romantic partner.

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