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See also mér, and mêr

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Latin mare

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Mer f. (plural Mers)

  1. sea (large body of water)

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  • IPA: /ˈmɛr/

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Mer

  1. to dare (have courage to do something)
  2. to get some liquid or grainy substance out of somewhere by turning in a bowl shaped object and let it fill

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Mer

  1. more; used in forming the comparative form of long/foreign adjectives

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Latin mare

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Patrono:Fro-noun-f

  1. sea (large body of water)

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mer

  1. Comparative form of mycket, used in construction of comparative form of certain adjectives; more,ar:mer

ast:mer ca:mer cs:mer da:mer de:mer et:mer el:mer es:mer fa:mer fr:mer fy:mer gl:mer ko:mer hr:mer io:mer id:mer it:mer sw:mer ku:mer lt:mer li:mer hu:mer nl:mer ja:mer no:mer pl:mer pt:mer ru:mer fi:mer sv:mer th:mer tr:mer vi:mer wa:mer wo:mer zh:mer

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