Definition of Limbas

1. limba [n] - See also: limba



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Limbas

limax
limaçon
limaçon of Pascal
limaçons of Pascal
limb
limb-kinetic apraxia
limb bud
limb from limb
limb lead
limb myokymia
limb of helix
limba
limbal
limbal ring
limbas (current term)
limbat
limbate
limbec
limbeck
limbecks
limbecs
limbed
limber
limber as a dishrag
limber pine
limber up
limbered
limberer
limberest

Literary usage of Limbas

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1. Travels in the Timannee, Kooranko, and Soolima Countries, in Western Africa by Alexander Gordon Laing (1825)
"the boy Mohamed, defending themselves with drawn cutlasses against a number of limbas who were pressing them hard with knives. I instantly sprung between ..."

2. Proceedings by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain), Norton Shaw, Francis Galton, William Spottiswoode, Clements Robert Markham, Henry Walter Bates, John Scott Keltie (1873)
"... nre said to owe their existence to the mischievous activity of the limbas. A narrow strip of their country extends north of the Port Loko road, ..."

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