Definition of Dere. Meaning of Dere. Synonyms of Dere

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Definition of Dere

Dere
Dere Dere, v. t. [AS. derian to hurt.] To hurt; to harm; to injure. [Obs.] --Chaucer.
Dere
Dere Dere, n. Harm. [Obs.] --Robert of Brunne.

Meaning of Dere from wikipedia

- Dere can refer to: Deira, kingdom in Northern England (559-664) Déré, village in Sami Department, Banwa Province, Burkina Faso Dere, Iraq, village in...
- Cansu Dere (Turkish pronunciation: [dʒanˈsu deˈɾe]; born 14 October 1980) is a Turkish film and television actress, model, and beauty pageant runner-up...
- Dere Street or Deere Street is a modern designation of a Roman road which ran north from Ebora**** (York), crossing the Stanegate at Corbridge (Hadrian's...
- from the terms tsun tsun (ツンツン) ('to turn away in disgust or anger') and dere dere (デレデレ) ('to become affectionate'). Originally found in ****anese bishōjo...
- Qermez Dere is an early Neolithic settlement in the northwestern edges of Tal Afar in Nineveh Governorate, Iraq. This Archaeological site was discovered...
- Laslo Đere (Serbian Cyrillic: Ласло Ђере, also transliterated Laslo Djere; Hungarian: Györe László; born 2 June 1995) is a Serbian professional tennis...
- "Dat Dere" is a jazz song written by Bobby Timmons that was recorded in 1960. Lyrics were written later by Oscar Brown, Jr. The song was first recorded...
- of a baronetcy with the surname Dering. It became extinct on the death of the 12th Baronet Rupert Anthony Yea Dering who died on 16 March 1975. Created...
- Dering is a surname, and may refer to: Charles L. Dering, American lawyer and politician Sir Cholmeley Dering, 4th Baronet, English politician Sir Edward...
- Revati Mohite Dere is a judge in the Bombay High Court, India. She has written a number of significant judgments in relation to criminal procedure and...
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