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Old English lār, from West Germanic *laizā, from *lais- ‘to teach’. Cognate with Dutch leer, German Lehre.

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Lore

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Lore (uncountable)
  1. all the facts and traditions about a particular subject that have been accumulated over time through education or experience.
  2. The backstory created around a fictional universe.

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Spanish flor

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Lore

  1. flower

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  1. then
    Ilu forsis la chefa pordo, iris trans la longa vestibulo e lore apertis la pordo dil koqueyo. — He forced the main door, went through the long hall, and then opened the door of the kitchen.

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