ere is popular as in ere long(before long)
'ere' = 'r'
danukka waz ere
Ere means "before"
The word "ere" means before. The apostrophe form 'ere is a spelling of the dialect pronunciation of "here".
The beetles ere swinging
dictere is a word from greek
Type your answer hWhy aren't most protagonists static characters?ere...
Ebi Ere was born on 1981-08-02.
"before" It's old or Middle English.
"Ere" (pronounced like "air") is an old English word meaning "before".
Ere Kokkonen's birth name is Erkki Olavi Kokkonen.
Ere Kokkonen was born on July 7, 1938, in Savonlinna, Finland.
Ere Kokkonen died on October 16, 2008, in Helsinki, Finland.
Usually, "until". "I will stay with you ere the dawn." It means I will stay with you until sunrise.
there are lots of different popular phrases in England, and not one of them is the most popular ( i mean who can we tested what is the most popular phrase used.) Also, lots of people have different phrases to use - such as if you have a young child that is exploring the world and asking lots of questions, then that phrase might be 'why has a very long tail,' when they ask "WHY?" If you are a police man you could use the phrase - 'Hello, eloo, eloo, whats going' on ere?' It depends what, who and where you are. Try listening out one day for the most commonly used phrase you here around you. Maybe you could answer this question better than me...
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The word is therein. (It actually has 9 counting "ere.")-- the there he her here herein ere rein inThe word thereby has 7 or 8.-- the there he her here hereby ere by