- a tour or circuit: chiefly in the phrase justices in eyre
- a circuit court held by justices in eyre
Origin of eyreMiddle English and Anglo-French eire from Old French erre from errer, to travel: see errant
shallow salt lake in NE South Australia, varying from frequently dry to c. 3,700 sq mi (9,583 sq km)
A circuit court held by itinerant royal justices in medieval England.
Origin of eyreMiddle English from Anglo-Norman eire from Latin iter journey ; see ei- in Indo-European roots.
- A surname.