ouyr

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Adjective[edit]

ouyr

  1. tawny, dun, yellow, yellowish

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Etymology[edit]

Latin audiō, via Old French oir.

Verb[edit]

ouyr

  1. to hear
    • 1532, François Rabelais, Pantagruel:
      [] et puis se retira quant messieurs de la court se vindrent asseoir pour ouyr messe.
      [] and then left when the gentlemen of the court came to listen to mass.

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