Definition of Sirnamed

1. sirname [v] - See also: sirname



Sirnamed Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sirnamed

sirihs
siring
siris tree
sirius
sirkar
sirkars
sirkeer
sirkeers
sirloin
sirloin steak
sirloin tip
sirloins
sirmark
sirmarks
sirname
sirnamed (current term)
sirnames
sirnaming
siroc
sirocco
siroccos
sirocs
sirohaem
sirohaems
siroheme
sirohemes
sirohydrochlorin
sirolimus
sirra
sirrah

Literary usage of Sirnamed

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1. The British Historical Intelligencer: Containing a Catalogue of English by Machell Stace (1829)
"The Reigns of Henry IV. and Henry V. containing the space of Twenty-two Years and Ten Months. Henry IF. sirnamed of Bolingbroke, 1399-1413. . Act. Pub. ..."

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