Affeer

Af·feer' transitive verb [ Old French aforer , afeurer , to tax, appraise, assess, from Latin ad + forum market, court of justice, in Late Latin also meaning price .] 1. To confirm; to assure. [ Obsolete] 'The title is affeered .' Shak.
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Affeer

• (v. t.) To assess or reduce, as an arbitrary penalty or amercement, to a certain and reasonable sum. • (v. t.) To confirm; to assure.
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affeer

affeer 1. To confirm; to assure. 2. An old law, to assess or to reduce, as an arbitrary penalty or amercement, to a certain and reasonable sum. From Old French aforer, afeurer, 'to tax, appraise, assess', from Latin ad- plus forum, 'market, court of justice'; in Late Latin also meaning 'price'.
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affeer

to assess; to reduce to a fixed sum
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