fert

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German vert, from Old High German [Term?], from Proto-Germanic *ferudi, from Proto-Indo-European *peruti. Cognates include Old Norse fjǫrð (last year), Sanskrit परुत् (parut, last year), Persian پار(pār, last year), Ancient Greek πέρυσι (pérusi, last year), Lithuanian pernai (last year) and Old Armenian հերու (heru, last year).

Adverb[edit]

fert

  1. (archaic) last year
    • 1529, Martin Luther, Das Große Katechismus, "Das dritte Gebot":
      ...und wenn das jar umb ist, können sie hewer so viel als fert.
      ...and when the year is ended, they know as much this year as last year.

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Verb[edit]

fert

  1. third-person singular present active indicative of ferō

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