Definition of Cerne

1. to concern [v CERNED, CERNING, CERNES] - See also: concern



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cerne

ceriopyrochlores
ceriph
ceriphs
cerise
cerises
cerite
cerites
cerium
cerium isotopes
cerium radioisotopes
ceriums
cerivastatin
cermet
cermet cements
cermets
cerne (current term)
cerned
cernes
cerning
cernuous
cero
cero-
ceroan
cerograph
cerographic
cerographies
cerographs
cerography
ceroid
ceroidosis

Literary usage of Cerne

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A History of Ancient Geography Among the Greeks and Romans from the Earliest by Edward Herbert Bunbury (1883)
"The distances from the Straits to cerne and to Carthage, being supposed equal to one ... At the same time the distances given, on the voyage beyond cerne, ..."

2. Highways and Byways in Dorset by Frederick Treves (1906)
"There was a time when cerne was a stately place. It is humble enough now, although it is still dignified on the maps with capital letters. ..."

3. The Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet: Containing a Series of Elegant ...by James Sargant Storer, John Greig by James Sargant Storer, John Greig (1809)
"cerne is a small town, pleasantly situated in a valley watered by the river cerne, from which thetown derives its name. This place is only remarkable ..."

4. The Travels Through England of Dr. Richard Pococke, Successively Bishop of by Richard Pococke, James Joel Cartwright (1889)
"On the 9th I set forward for Sherborn, the road being on the Downs between the Puddle and the river cerne, and saw those places I had passed two days before ..."

5. The Foundations of England; Or, Twelve Centuries of British History (B.C. 55 by James Henry Ramsay (1898)
"In another passage he tells us that he had been appointed to cerne Abbey by Bishop . ... became Abbot of cerne between 998 and 1000. A few years later . ..."

6. Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet: Containing a Series of Elegant Views ...by James Storer by James Storer (1808)
"cerne ABBEY, DORSETSHIRE. is a small town, pleasantly situated in a valley watered by the river cerne, from which the town derives its name. ..."

7. The Foundations of England: Or, Twelve Centuries of British History (B.C. 55 by James Henry Ramsay (1898)
"In another passage he tells us that he had been appointed to cerne Abbey by Bishop -1 ... became Abbot of cerne between 998 and 1000. ..."

8. Original Letters Illustrative of English History: Including Numerous Royal by Henry Ellis (1846)
"... to be allowed to remain under any other name and apparel as his Majesty's Bede-women. The Abbot of cerne makes a similar offer. [MISC. ..."

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