03 December 2007

oak is nere

nere = oak (Lhaesine pronunciation = NEER) (noun, adjective) (some things Google found for "nere": a common term; can mean "black" in Italian but "nera" or "nero" are the more common words; 16th century Italian condittiero Giovanni delle Bande Nere; Aubigny-sur-Nere in France; Terre Nere Italian wine; at the University of California NERE stands for Network for Experimental Research on Evolution; Nere Ekialdean is a Basque folk music CD by Benito Lertxundi; a last name; a Basque feminine first meaning "mine"; user name; NERE stands for North East Region; Renaissance English spelling of "near"; means "were not" in poetic or archaic English; means "below, down, down in the dumps, downstairs, low, under, underneath" in Swedish; means "where" in Turkish; name of places in Ivory Coast, Mauritania, Mali, France, and Chad)

This word has been revised. The Lhaesine word for "oak" is now "nelh". This posting is no longer current.

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