Definition of Quims

1. Noun. (plural of quim) ¹

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Definition of Quims

1. quim [n] - See also: quim

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quims

quilted suture
quilter
quilters
quilting
quilting bee
quiltings
quiltlike
quiltmaker
quiltmakers
quiltmaking
quilts
quilty
quim
quimp
quimps
quims (current term)
quin
quin-
quin-2
quin-zhee
quina
quinacridone
quinacridones
quinacrine
quinacrine chromosome banding stain
quinacrine hydrochloride
quinacrine mustard
quinacrines
quinagolide
quinalbarbitone

Literary usage of Quims

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1. Caesar's Gallic War by Julius Caesar, Arthur Tappan Walker, Cornelius Marshal Lowe (1907)
"[publicus, public], 14. primum: sc. agmen. amplius is the subject of interesset. quims aut senis, "live or six [each day]. ..."

2. A Practical Introduction to Latin Prose Composition by Thomas Kerchever Arnold, Jesse Ames Spencer (1867)
"... ne, quo, quanta, is the in- definite quis ;* of which the feminine singular and neut. plur. are qua or qua, after si, num, ne (and ec).* " In quims (and ..."

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