Definition of Cerges

1. cerge [n] - See also: cerge



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cerges

ceremony
cereologist
cereologists
cereology
cereolysin
cereopsis
cereous
ceresin
ceresine
ceresines
ceresins
cereus
cereuses
cerevisiae
cerge
cerges (current term)
ceria
cerian
cerias
ceric
ceriferous
ceriman
cerin
cering
cerins
ceriopyrochlore
ceriopyrochlores
ceriph
ceriphs
cerise

Literary usage of Cerges

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

1. A Middle English Reader by Oliver Farrar Emerson (1905)
"... 'I 5 Al sg liht was it }?erinne, Sg f>er brenden cerges inne. ' Jesu Crist I' quat2 Dame Lf ve, ..."

2. Specimens of Early English: With Introductions, Notes, and Glossarial Index by Richard Morris (1887)
"... Als it were a sunne-bem; Also lict was it ther-inne, So ther brenden cerges [thr]inne: 'Ihesu Crist 1' wat dame Leue, 595 ' Hwat is that lict in ure ..."

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