driu76 t1_je5irmb wrote

Nope! It's "err" - it's a word that has fallen mostly out of use, originating in Latin and coming to English from Old French. It's similar to "error" (not just in spelling) meaning "to be mistaken, incorrect" or "fail to adhere to the proper or accepted standards; do wrong"

I'm not an English teacher, but I used to read the dictionary for fun like a nerd