Definition of Lerps

1. Noun. (plural of lerp) ¹



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Definition of Lerps

1. lerp [n] - See also: lerp

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lerps

lerdelimumab
lere
lered
leres
leresis
lergotrile
leriche's syndrome
lering
lermontovite
lernaea
lernaeacea
lernaean
lernean
lerot
lerp
lerps (current term)
lerret
lerrets
les ultimes avertissements
lesbian
lesbianhood
lesbianic
lesbianish
lesbianism
lesbianisms
lesbianization
lesbianize
lesbianized
lesbianizes
lesbianizing

Literary usage of Lerps

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1. History of Mexico by Hubert Howe Bancroft, William Nemos, Thomas Savage, Joseph Joshua Peatfield (1888)
"The civil authority was empowered to bestow ecclesiastical preferments. Mex., Col. Ley. y Dec., 1850, 88-90; Max., lerps. Mer., 1850, 82- 4; Mex., Col. ..."

2. The Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales by Linnean Society of New South Wales (1901)
"... larval and pupal transformations they exhibit in the course of the metamorphosis, as well as for the curious protective coverings—lerps or scales--which ..."

3. An Elementary Course of Biblical Theology by Gottlob Christian Storr, Karl Christian Flatt, Samuel Simon Schmucker (1836)
"... and the union of himself (the man Jesus) with God, depended their spiritual life and salvation. It was necessary for Christ to be a man, «lerpS, ..."

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