ern definition

  • noun:
    • Alternative spelling of erne.
    • alternate spelling of erne.
    • A sea eagle, esp. the European white-tailed sea eagle (Haliæetus albicilla).
    • A sea eagle, esp. the European white-tailed sea-eagle (Haliæetus albicilla).
    • See secure.
    • A retired location or habitation: mainly in composition. See etymology.
    • A termination of Latin origin, occurring in nouns, as with cavern, cistern, lantern, tavern, etc., also in adjectives, as contemporary, but in adjective use generally extended with -al, as with endless, fraternal, maternal, paternal, additional, interior, infernal, supernal, etc.
    • See earn.
    • bulky greyish-brown eagle with a brief wedge-shaped white tail; of Europe and Greenland
    • A retired spot or habitation: mainly in composition. See etymology.
    • A termination of Latin beginning, occurring in nouns, such as cavern, cistern, lantern, tavern, etc., additionally in adjectives, as contemporary, but in adjective use typically extended with -al, such as endless, fraternal, maternal, paternal, external, interior, infernal, supernal, etc.
    • bulky greyish-brown eagle with a quick wedge-shaped white tail; of Europe and Greenland
    • Alternative spelling of erne.
    • alternate spelling of erne.
    • a-sea eagle, esp. the European white-tailed sea-eagle (Haliæetus albicilla).
    • See earn.
    • A retired destination or habitation: chiefly in structure. See etymology.
    • A termination of Latin origin, happening in nouns, like in cavern, cistern, lantern, tavern, etc., in addition in adjectives, as contemporary, however in adjective usage generally speaking extended with -al, such as eternal, fraternal, maternal, paternal, additional, interior, infernal, supernal, etc.
    • bulky greyish-brown eagle with a short wedge-shaped white-tail; of Europe and Greenland
    • A sea eagle, esp. the European white-tailed sea eagle (Haliæetus albicilla).
    • See earn.
    • A retired location or habitation: mainly in structure. See etymology.
    • A termination of Latin beginning, occurring in nouns, as in cavern, cistern, lantern, tavern, etc., also in adjectives, as contemporary, but in adjective usage usually extended with -al, like in eternal, fraternal, maternal, paternal, exterior, inner, infernal, supernal, etc.
    • large greyish-brown eagle with a brief wedge-shaped white-tail; of Europe and Greenland
  • verb:
    • To run; movement.
    • To (cause to) coagulate; curdle (milk) by adding rennet and applying heat.
    • To stir with strong emotion; grieve; mourn.
    • To run; circulation.
    • To pain; torture.
    • (regarding the eyes) resulting in to liquid; wise.
    • To (cause to) coagulate; curdle (milk) by adding rennet and using temperature.
    • To stir with strong feeling; grieve; mourn.
    • To discomfort; torture.
    • (of the eyes) To cause to liquid; wise.
    • To run; circulation.
    • To (cause to) coagulate; curdle (milk) with the addition of rennet and applying temperature.
    • To run; movement.
    • To blend with powerful emotion; grieve; mourn.
    • To (cause to) coagulate; curdle (milk) by adding rennet and applying temperature.
    • To pain; torture.
    • (associated with the eyes) resulting in to liquid; smart.
    • To blend with powerful feeling; grieve; mourn.
    • To discomfort; torture.
    • (of the eyes) resulting in to water; smart.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To blend with powerful emotion; to grieve; to mourn. [Corrupted into yearn in modern-day editions of Shakespeare.]
    • To blend with strong feeling; to grieve; to mourn. [Corrupted into yearn in modern-day editions of Shakespeare.]
    • To stir with powerful emotion; to grieve; to mourn. [Corrupted into yearn in contemporary versions of Shakespeare.]
    • To blend with strong emotion; to grieve; to mourn. [Corrupted into yearn in contemporary versions of Shakespeare.]
  • others:
    • outdated types of secure.
    • outdated kinds of secure.
    • just like make.
    • Obsolete forms of secure.
    • outdated kinds of secure.
    • Same as make.
    • Obsolete forms of earn.
    • Obsolete forms of make.
    • identical to make.
    • outdated forms of earn.
    • Obsolete types of earn.
    • Same as earn.

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