Lere meaning

(obsolete or UK dialectal, Scotland) To teach; instruct; explain; inform.
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(obsolete or UK dialectal, Scotland) To guide; lead.
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(obsolete) Learning; lesson; lore.

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(obsolete or UK dialectal, Scotland) To learn; study.
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(obsolete) Empty.
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Origin of lere

  • From Middle English leren (“to teach, instruct”), from Old English lǣran (“to teach, instruct, indoctrinate”), from Proto-Germanic *laizijaną (“to teach”), from *laizō (“lore, teaching", literally, "track, trace”), from Proto-Indo-European *leyəs- (“to track, furrow”). Cognate with Scots lere, leir, Saterland Frisian leere, West Frisian leare, Dutch leren, German lehren, Swedish lära. See also lear, lore, learn.

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  • From Old English *lǣre, from Proto-Germanic *lēziz, *lēzijaz. Cognate with Dutch laar, German leer.

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