[Answer] Lire

Answer: to read
Word Origin Italian from Provençal liura from Latin libra ‘pound’.
Scrabble Points: 4
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(ˈliərə) – plural lire (ˈliərei) – noun 1. the standard unit of money in Italy before euro.
Lire “to read ” is an irregular French -re verb.Some -er verbs despite being irregular still follow certain patterns such as prendre (to take) and battre (to beat) or verbs that end in -aindre -eindre and -oindre.
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The lira (Italian: [ˈliːra]; plural lire [ˈliːre]) was the currency of Italy between 1861 and 2002 of the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy between 1807 and 1814 and of the Albanian Kingdom between 1941 and 1943. Between 1999 and 2002 the Italian lira was officially a national subunit of the euro.
lire (plural lires) (Britain dialectal Northern England Scotland) Flesh brawn or muscle; the fleshy part of a person or animal in contradistinction to the bone and skin. (Britain dialectal Scotland) The fleshy part of a roast capon etc. as distinguished from a limb or joint. Etymology 2
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