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ferlie

noun fer·lie \ˈfer-lē\
plural fer·lies

Definition of FERLIE

Scottish
:  wonder

Variants of FERLIE

fer·lie also fer·ly \ˈfer-lē\

Origin of FERLIE

Middle English, from ferly strange, from Old English ̄rlīc unexpected, from ̄r sudden danger — more at fear
First Known Use: 13th century

Rhymes with FERLIE

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