- first-person singular present of bera
- indefinite dative singular of ber
- first-person singular active present subjunctive of bera
- third-person singular active present subjunctive of bera
- third-person plural active present subjunctive of bera
From Malay beri, from Proto-Malayic *b?ri, from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *bay (compare Tagalog bigay).
- (key): /b?ri/
- Hyphenation: bê?ri
- to give (used in the form memberi)
From English berry, from Middle English berye, from Old English beri?e, from Proto-Germanic *bazj?.
- (key): ['b?.ri]
- Hyphenation: bè?ri
bèri (plural, first-person possessive beriku, second-person possessive berimu, third-person possessive berinya)
- inflection of b?rus:
- nominative/vocative masculine plural
- genitive masculine/neuter singular
From Proto-Malayic *b?ri (compare Indonesian beri), from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *bay (compare Tagalog bigay).
beri (used in the form memberi)
- to give (transfer the possession of something to someone else)
Old High German
From Proto-Germanic *bazj?, whence also Old English beri?e, Old Norse ber.
- (botany) A berry
- Middle High German: ber
- Alemannic German: Berri
- German: Beere
- Hunsrik: Beer
- Luxembourgish: Bier
- Rhine Franconian:
- Pennsylvania German: Beer
- Vilamovian: bj?r
beri f pl
- plural of bere
From English bury.
- to bury
Borrowed from English berry.
beri (n class, plural beri)
From Old Turkic (bérgerü/birigerü, "since, towards here, southward"). Related to bura ("here"), from bu ("this"). Compare ileri ("forward"), geri ("backward"), dar? ("outside").
beri (used after nouns and pronouns in the ablative case)
Ultimately from New Latin beryllium.
- Synonym: berili