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English - Pronunciation

* (US) IPA(key): /ˈfɹili/ * Rhymes: -iːli

  • (US) IPA(key): /ˈfɹili/
  • Rhymes: -iːli

Dont le dans la catégorieENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 1
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English - Etymology 1

From Middle English _frely_, _freelich_, from Old English _frēolīc_ (“free, freeborn, glorious, stately, magnificent, noble, beautiful, charming”), equivalent to _free_ +‎ _-ly_. Compare Middle Low German _vrilik_, _vrigelik_ (“free”), Middle High German _vrīlich_ (“free”). ALTERNATIVE FORMS * frely (Scotland) ADJECTIVE FREELY (_comparative_ FREELIER _or_ MORE FREELY, _superlative_ FREELIEST _or_ MOST FREELY) * Free; frank. * Generous; noble; excellent; beautiful; lovely. DERIVED TERMS * unfreely

From Middle English frely, freelich, from Old English frēolīc (free, freeborn, glorious, stately, magnificent, noble, beautiful, charming), equivalent to free +‎ -ly. Compare Middle Low German vrilik, vrigelik (free), Middle High German vrīlich (free).

Alternative forms

Adjective

freely (comparative freelier or more freely, superlative freeliest or most freely)

  1. Free; frank.
  2. Generous; noble; excellent; beautiful; lovely.
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English - Etymology 2

From Middle English _frely_, _freliche_, from Old English _frēolīċe_ (“freely, readily, as a festival”), equivalent to _free_ +‎ _-ly_. Compare Dutch _vrijelijk_ (“freely”), German _freilich_ (“certainly, of course”). ADVERB FREELY (_comparative_ MORE FREELY, _superlative_ MOST FREELY) * In a free manner. _Wine was flowing FREELY._ * Without interference or restriction. * Of one's own free will. _I will FREELY help you._ RELATED TERMS * frankly * openly * costlessly TRANSLATIONS

From Middle English frely, freliche, from Old English frēolīċe (freely, readily, as a festival), equivalent to free +‎ -ly. Compare Dutch vrijelijk (freely), German freilich (certainly, of course).

Adverb

freely (comparative more freely, superlative most freely)

  1. In a free manner.
    Wine was flowing freely.
  2. Without interference or restriction.
  3. Of one's own free will.
    I will freely help you.
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