Definition of Linning

1. lin [v] - See also: lin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Linning

linkworks
linky
linn
linnaea borealis
linnaean system of nomenclature
linnaeite
linnaeites
linne
linned
linnet
linnets
linney
linneys
linnies
linning (current term)
linnorm
linnorms
linns
linny
lino
linocut
linocuts
linoleate
linoleates
linoleic
linoleic acid
linoleic acids
linolein
linolenic

Literary usage of Linning

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1. The Correspondence of the Rev. Robert Wodrow by Robert Wodrow (1843)
"... and no where else imposed upon the ministers of the Gospel. I am, &c. RW Jan. 16, 1715. LETTER VII. MR linning.—WHIGS AND THE UNION. ..."

2. The Book of the Thanes of Cawdor: A Series of Papers Selected from the by John Frederick Vaughan Campbell Cawdor, Cosmo Innes (1859)
"Moir for ane bonnet to the Laird and ane uther to James, with ane comb for Marie £3. Mor for linning to James and Marie for ..."

3. The History and Antiquities of the Parish of Mid-Calder: With Some Account by HARDY BERTRAM. MACCALL (1894)
"This proprietor was a son of Thomas linning, and grandson ... Thomas linning, minister of Lesmahagow, and was born in the year 1775. ..."

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