Definition of Herye

1. to praise [v HERYED, HERYING, HERYES] - See also: praise



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Herye

hersirs
herstoric
herstorical
herstorically
herstories
herstory
hersum
herte
hertely
hertz
hertzes
hertzian
hertzian experiments
hery
herycano
herye (current term)
heryed
heryes
herying
herz hormone
herzenbergite
herzstoss
hes
hesher
heshers
hesitance
hesitances
hesitancies
hesitancy
hesitant

Literary usage of Herye

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1. Dictionary of Obsolete and Provincial English: Containing Words from the by Thomas Wright (1904)
"The season for catching herrings. HERRY, e. To rob. North. See herye. ... herye, v. (1) (A -S.) To plunder, or spoil ; to ravage. (2) (A.-S.) To honour, ..."

2. Observations on the Language of Chaucer's Troilus by George Lyman Kittredge (1894)
"... pred. eg., 4515 f (: herye inf.); with mery chore, 1234 (merie C), ... 3794 f (merie C) (: herye laudo); ..."

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