alure

noun
al·​ure
plural -s

Definition of alure 

archaic

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First Known Use of alure

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for alure

Middle English alour, alure, from Old French aleor, aleoir passage (from aler to go) & aleure, alure gait, course, gallery, from aler to go

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