Words and Phrases
lear

“lear”

Meaning:

education

In Literature:

Excerpt from To the Reverend TT, Parson's Hill by Hugh Porter

Few persons that can wi’ you compare
in what the great and worthy share,
yet och! If I had but the lear
that ye hae gotten,
I would not value a’ your gear
an eyeless button


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