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Etymology

Compare Latin ferrum.

Noun

fero

  1. the chemical element iron

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Latin

Etymology

From Proto-Indo-European *bʰer- (to bear, carry). Cognates include Sanskrit भरति (bhárati), Ancient Greek φέρω (phérō), Old English beran (English bear).

Pronunciation

Verb

present active ferō, present infinitive ferre, perfect active tulī, supine lātum. (irregular)
  1. I bear, carry
  2. I suffer, endure
  3. I report

Inflection

Irregular, but resembling the third conjugation. The principal parts come from several different words originally.

Derived terms

  • differō
  • efferō
  • īnferō
  • interferō
  • intrōferō

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