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Old English 
From Proto-Germanic *fōrijaną, originally the causative of faran "to travel, go", from fōr "going, course, journey" (compare fōr, 1st & 3rd singular preterite of faran). Compare German führen & fahren
- IPA: /ˈfeːrɑn/
fēran (weak class 1)
- to go, to travel or journey
- Ic fere geond foldan: I travel across the earth.
- to set out, to leave or depart
- He on morne feran wolde: he wished to leave in the morning.
Conjugation of feran (weak class 1)
- English: fere