Definition of Freres
1. frere [n] - See also: frere
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Freres
Literary usage of Freres
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Fifty Earliest English Wills in the Court of Probate, London: A.D. 1387 by Frederick James Furnivall, Great Britain Court of Probate (1882)
"... Ordres of freres in Ludlowe, 31/13 freres of Wodehouse in Shropshire, 31/10 freres ... See freres, and p. 16, note. ..."
2. The Chronicle of Froissart by Jean Froissart (1903)
"And sonne and heyre, he reputed it for a great curtesy, and was whan the duke sawe that sir Olyver had brought agayne his in the freres, and there they two ..."
3. The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer by Geoffrey Chaucer, Nicholas Harris Nicolas, Thomas Tyrwhitt (1845)
"Unto this angel spake the Frere tho ; Now, sire, quod he, han freres ... and let the Frere see Wher is the nest of freres in this place. ..."
4. The Archaeological Journal by Council, British Archaeological Association, Central Committee (1869)
"Et estre ceo,3 les ditz freres sunt ... la manere il piert ben que les freres ... quo si tiele novele charitee des ditz freres en le leu ..."