ierfe

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From Proto-Germanic *arbiją. Cognate with Old High German erbi, Old Norse erfi. Akin to Old English earm (poor).

Noun[edit]

ierfe n

  1. (West Saxon) heritage
  2. (West Saxon) bequest, inheritance; inherited property
  3. (West Saxon) cattle, livestock

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