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From the Russian ер [yer] or ерь [yer’].

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Singular
Jer

Plural
Jers

Jer (plural Jers)
  1. (linguistics) Ultra-short or reduced vowel in Proto- and Late Common Slavonic (or Slavic), then represented as ъ (back jer [ŭ]) or ь (front jer [ĭ]).

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BosnianModificar

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Jer [[Category:Patrono:Bs conjunctions|Jer]]

  1. because

CroatianModificar

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Jer [[Category:Patrono:Hr conjunctions|Jer]]

  1. because

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  • IPA: /jɛr/, [jæɐ̯]

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Jer

  1. Patrono:Personal second person accusative plural – you, yourselves

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Jer (Cyrillic spelling [[јер#Patrono:Sr|јер]])[[Category:Patrono:Sr conjunctions|Jer]]

  1. because


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Patrono:Sh-conjunction

  1. because

af:jer fr:jer io:jer pl:jer ru:jer sv:jer tr:jer vo:jer

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