[ur-skin] /ˈɜr skɪn/
John (Erskine of Carnock) 1695–1768, Scottish writer on law.
John, 1879–1951, U.S. novelist, poet, and essayist.
a male given name.
Thomas, 1st Baron. 1750–1823, Scottish lawyer: noted as a defence advocate, esp in cases involving civil liberties
[urst] /ɜrst/ adverb, Archaic. 1. before the present time; formerly. /ɜːst/ adverb (archaic) 1. long ago; formerly 2. at first
[urst-hwahyl, -wahyl] /ˈɜrstˌʰwaɪl, -ˌwaɪl/ adjective 1. former; of times past: erstwhile friends. adverb 2. Archaic. formerly; . /ˈɜːstˌwaɪl/ adjective 1. former; one-time: my erstwhile companions adverb 2. (archaic) long ago; formerly adv. 1560s, from Middle English erest “soonest, earliest,” from Old English ærest, superlative of ær (see ere) + while. As an adjective from 1903. […]
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[er-tey] /ɛrˈteɪ/ noun 1. (Romain de Tirtoff) 1892–1990, French illustrator and designer, born in Russia. /ɛrte/ noun 1. real name Romain de Tirtoff. 1892–1990, French fashion illustrator and designer, born in Russia, noted for his extravagant costumes and tableaux for the Folies-Bergère in Paris