Definition of Skyres

1. skyre [v] - See also: skyre



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Skyres

skyllocytosis
skyman
skymap
skymapping
skymaps
skymen
skype
skyped
skypes
skyphoi
skyphos
skyping
skyr
skyre
skyred
skyres (current term)
skyring
skyrmion
skyrmions
skyrocket
skyrocketed
skyrocketing
skyrockets
skyrs
skysail
skysails
skyscape
skyscapes

Literary usage of Skyres

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

1. The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal by Yorkshire Archaeological Society (1881)
"Johannis skyres, secundum ultimam suam voluntatem, ut in quodam testamento inde ... skyres, A° xiiij RH Sciant &c quod ego Johannes Huet, filius et hères ..."

2. Year Books of the Reign of King Edward the Third by Alfred John Horwood, Luke Owen Pike (1900)
"11 According to the record, Abbot Thomas presented only William del skyres, and his successor Robert, being appointed general P2 ..."

3. Le Neve's Pedigrees of the Knights Made by King Charles II., King James II by Peter Le Neve (1873)
"Rokeby of skyres ebor. 1. Will. Rokeby=Emme dr of of Skellen ebor. Sr Will. ar. Bury of Lin- wood Line. K'. 2. ..."

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