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er         
      interj   a sound made when hesitating in speech  


br'er

  

      n     (Southern African-American)  
dialect   brother: usually prefixed to a name  
Br'er Jones     
e'er  
      adv  
Poetic or archaic      a contraction of       ever  
Er  
      the chemical symbol for   erbium  
ER  
      abbrev. for  
1    Elizabeth Regina  
     (Latin: Queen Elizabeth)  
2    Eduardus Rex  
     (Latin: King Edward)  
-er   [1]  
      suffix forming nouns  
1    a person or thing that performs a specified action  
reader, decanter, lighter     
2    a person engaged in a profession, occupation, etc.  
writer, baker, bootlegger     
3    a native or inhabitant of  
islander, Londoner, villager     
4    a person or thing having a certain characteristic  
newcomer, double-decker, fiver     
     (Old English -ere; related to German -er, Latin -arius)  
-er   [2]  
      suffix   forming the comparative degree of adjectives (deeper, freer, sunnier, etc.) and adverbs (faster, slower, etc.)  
     (Old English -rd, -re (adj), -or (adv))  
Er Rif  
      n   a mountainous region of N Morocco, near the Mediterranean coast  
howe'er  
      sentence connector  
      adv      a poetic contraction of       however  
ne'er  
      adv      a poetic contraction of       never  
ne'er-do-well  
      n  
1    an improvident, irresponsible, or lazy person  
      adj  
2    useless; worthless  
your ne'er-do-well schemes     
o'er  
      prep  
      adv      a poetic contraction of       over  
whene'er  
      adv  
      conj      a poetic contraction of       whenever  
where'er  
      adv  
      conj      a poetic contraction of       wherever  
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Er         
      the chemical symbol for   erbium  


br'er  
      n     (Southern African-American)  
dialect   brother: usually prefixed to a name  
Br'er Jones     
e'er  
      adv  
Poetic or archaic      a contraction of       ever  
er  
      interj   a sound made when hesitating in speech  
ER  
      abbrev. for  
1    Elizabeth Regina  
     (Latin: Queen Elizabeth)  
2    Eduardus Rex  
     (Latin: King Edward)  
-er   [1]  
      suffix forming nouns  
1    a person or thing that performs a specified action  
reader, decanter, lighter     
2    a person engaged in a profession, occupation, etc.  
writer, baker, bootlegger     
3    a native or inhabitant of  
islander, Londoner, villager     
4    a person or thing having a certain characteristic  
newcomer, double-decker, fiver     
     (Old English -ere; related to German -er, Latin -arius)  
-er   [2]  
      suffix   forming the comparative degree of adjectives (deeper, freer, sunnier, etc.) and adverbs (faster, slower, etc.)  
     (Old English -rd, -re (adj), -or (adv))  
Er Rif  
      n   a mountainous region of N Morocco, near the Mediterranean coast  
howe'er  
      sentence connector  
      adv      a poetic contraction of       however  
ne'er  
      adv      a poetic contraction of       never  
ne'er-do-well  
      n  
1    an improvident, irresponsible, or lazy person  
      adj  
2    useless; worthless  
your ne'er-do-well schemes     
o'er  
      prep  
      adv      a poetic contraction of       over  
whene'er  
      adv  
      conj      a poetic contraction of       whenever  
where'er  
      adv  
      conj      a poetic contraction of       wherever  

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Collins
ER         
      abbrev. for  
1    Elizabeth Regina  
     (Latin: Queen Elizabeth)  
2    Eduardus Rex  
     (Latin: King Edward)  


br'er  
      n     (Southern African-American)  
dialect   brother: usually prefixed to a name  
Br'er Jones     
e'er  
      adv  
Poetic or archaic      a contraction of       ever  
er  
      interj   a sound made when hesitating in speech  
Er  
      the chemical symbol for   erbium  
-er   [1]  
      suffix forming nouns  
1    a person or thing that performs a specified action  
reader, decanter, lighter     
2    a person engaged in a profession, occupation, etc.  
writer, baker, bootlegger     
3    a native or inhabitant of  
islander, Londoner, villager     
4    a person or thing having a certain characteristic  
newcomer, double-decker, fiver     
     (Old English -ere; related to German -er, Latin -arius)  
-er   [2]  
      suffix   forming the comparative degree of adjectives (deeper, freer, sunnier, etc.) and adverbs (faster, slower, etc.)  
     (Old English -rd, -re (adj), -or (adv))  
Er Rif  
      n   a mountainous region of N Morocco, near the Mediterranean coast  
howe'er  
      sentence connector  
      adv      a poetic contraction of       however  
ne'er  
      adv      a poetic contraction of       never  
ne'er-do-well  
      n  
1    an improvident, irresponsible, or lazy person  
      adj  
2    useless; worthless  
your ne'er-do-well schemes     
o'er  
      prep  
      adv      a poetic contraction of       over  
whene'er  
      adv  
      conj      a poetic contraction of       whenever  
where'er  
      adv  
      conj      a poetic contraction of       wherever  

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