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Definition of bear:

  1. To behave; to conduct.
  2. A carnivorous animal with long and usually shaggy hair and hooked claws; a rude unmannerly man. Either of two constellations in the northern hemisphere, called the Greater and Lesser Bear. One who contracts to deliver stock, at a certain fixed price, on a specified day, in contradistinction to the bull, or he who contracts to take it; the interest of the former, in the intervening time, being that the stocks should be depressed, as the bear pulls down with its paws, and of the latter that they should rise, as the bull throws upwards with his horns.
  3. A kind of barley raised in Scotland and the North of England; called also bigg.
  4. To support; to carry; to wear; to suffer; to endure; to cherish; to admit of; to bring forth or produce; to possess and use, as power; to behave.
  5. To suffer; to press or to weigh upon; to imply; to take effect; to relate; to be situated as to the point of compass with respect to something else. To bear off, to carry off; to keep from approach; to remove to a distance. To bear down, to overthrow or crush by force. To bear down upon, to make all sail to come up with. To bear hard, to press or urge. To bear on, to press against; also, to incite or animate. To bear out, to give countenance to; to support; to justify. To bear up, to keep afloat. To bear a hand, to make haste, be quick. To bear away, to change the course of a ship, when close- hauled, or sailing with a side wind, and make her run before the wind. To bear down, to drive or tend to. To bear in, to run or tend toward. To bear up, to bear away; to have fortitude; to be firm. To bear against, to approach for attack or seizure. To bear with, to endure what is unpleasing.

Common misspellings for bear:

bea, beauro, bera, beaer.

Bear \bear\

Meaning:
strong, brave bear
Origin:
German
Details:
Bear as a boy's name is a variant of Bernard (Old French, Old German), and the meaning of Bear is "strong, brave bear".
Meaning:
berry, bray, burr, bar, Barr, bari, Brae, par, peer.
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Examples of usage for bear:

  1. Pour some of this sauce into the bottom of a dish that will bear the fire. –  by
  2. Melt some butter in a dish that will bear the fire. –  by
  3. I made up my mind to bear it until school was out and then not come back. –  by

Rhymes for bear:

  1. air, bare, blare, care, chair, dare, err, fair, fare, flair, flare, glare, hair, hare, heir, herr, khmer, lair, mare, ne'er, pair, pare, pear, prayer, rare, scare, share, snare, spare, square, stair, stare, swear, tear, there, ware, wear, where, clare, darr, eyre, fer, ferre, gare, lare, serr, skare, their, werre, claire, blair, cher, clair, gair, sayre, mair, maire, guerre, mer, baer, bair, nair, sare, bahr, derr, gehr, hehr, kehr, lehr, terre, they're, faire;
  2. affair, astaire, aware, beware, compare, declare, despair, ensnare, forswear, impair, midair, moliere, pierre, prepare, repair, sinclair, unfair, voltaire, dispair, adair, alair, adaire, allaire, abair, belair, comair, swissair, o'hare, mcnair, montclair;
  3. billionaire, debonair, disrepair, doctrinaire, millionaire, questionnaire, solitaire, unaware, javier, aer, usair, icelandair;
  4. concessionaire;
  5. multimillionaire;
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