Definition of Akees

1. Noun. (plural of akee) ¹



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Definition of Akees

1. akee [n] - See also: akee

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Akees

akataphasia
akathisia
akathisias
akathisic
akatoreite
akdalaite
akdalaites
ake
akeake
akebia
aked
akedah
akedahs
akee
akee tree
akees (current term)
akela
akelas
akembe
aken
akene
akenes
akeni
akenned
akenness
akenning
akens
akepiro
akepiros
aker

Literary usage of Akees

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1. Collections of the Maine Historical Society by Maine Historical Society (1891)
"ELIZABETH akees ALLEIN* (FLORENCE PERCY), Inclosing a contribution to the Longfellow Statue Association. WOODBRIDGE, NJ, ) February 24, 1885. ..."

2. The History of Georgia by Charles C[olcock] Jones (1883)
"... we recognize the land of the Cherokees. According to Adair and others the national name was derived from Chee-ra, "fire." Hence Cher- akees ..."

3. The Negro in the New World by Harry Hamilton Johnston (1910)
"... Citrus racemosus with its lemon-yellow globes, the crimson-fruited akees, a the purple-and-green star-apples. ..."

4. A Descriptive Catalogue of Friends' Books: Or Books Written by Members of by Joseph Smith (1867)
"QU akees,— continued. Christian Epistle to John III., King of Poland, &c. 1677. (DUTCH only.) ...... ...... 4to. 1678. ..."

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