Definition of Kaims

1. kaim [n] - See also: kaim



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kaims

kaiki
kaikis
kaikomako
kaiks
kail
kailan
kails
kailyard
kailyards
kaim
kaimacam
kaimacams
kaimak
kaimakam
kaimakams
kaims (current term)
kain
kainahineri
kainate
kainate receptor
kainates
kaing
kainga
kaingas
kainic
kainic acid
kainit
kainite
kainites
kainits

Literary usage of Kaims

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1. A Treatise on Leases: Explaining the Nature and Effect of the Contract of by Robert Bell (1820)
"Dr. Anderson, in his View of the Agriculture of Aberdeenshire says, " He (Lord kaims) •' assumes it as a postulatum, that a landlord and ten- " ant are ..."

2. A Theological Dictionary by Charles Buck (1807)
"But lord kaims observes, that aversion is opposed to affection and not to desire. We have an affection to one person; we have an aversion to another: the ..."

3. Life, Letters, and Literary Remains, of John Keats by John Keats (1848)
"Stab to the hilt, De kaims, For I will never by mean hands be led From this so famous field. Do you hear ! Be quick ! Trumpets. Enter the Earl of CHESTER ..."

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