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fere

 (fîr)
n. Archaic
1. A companion.
2. A spouse.

[Middle English, from Old English gefēra; see per- in Indo-European roots.]

fere

(fɪə; Scottish fiːr)
n
1. a companion
2. Also: fier a husband or wife
[Old English gefēra, from fēran to travel; see fare]
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