Definition of Imaris

1. imari [n] - See also: imari



Imaris Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Imaris

imagists
imagoes
imagos
imam
imam bayildi
imamate
imamates
imams
iman
imandrite
imans
imaret
imarets
imari
imaris (current term)
imarti
imartis
imatinib
imaum
imaums
imazalil
imazapyr
imazethapyr
imba
imbalance
imbalanced
imbalances
imbalm
imbalmed

Literary usage of Imaris

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1. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1901)
"322); and in Gaul, in the vth century, it is celebrated by Sidonius :o;imaris among the talents of Avitus ([Carm. vii.] 202-207). ..."

2. History of the New World Called America by Edward John Payne (1899)
"We find these chiefly in Peru, where the toiling earth-tiller or mason invoked to assist him as strength-gods the imaris, or giant ancestors of his village ..."

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