Definition of Deifer
1. deif [adj] - See also: deif
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deifer
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Literary usage of Deifer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Lives of the British Saints: The Saints of Wales and Cornwall and Such by Sabine Baring-Gould, John Fisher (1908)
"Nearly all that is known of deifer is to be found in the Legend of S. Winefred, by Robert of Shrewsbury, written in the twelfth century. ..."
2. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"GRIGSBY, WILLIAM P., (private;) mother. Mrs. Lizzie Grigsby, 1278 Willow Avenue, Louisville, Ky. deifer, LOUIS A., (private;) Mrs. Katherine ..."
3. Tours in Wales by Thomas Pennant (1810)
"On the decease of St. Beuno, she was warned by a voice to call on St. deifer, at Bodfari; by St. deifer she was directed to go to St. Saturnus, at Henllan; ..."
4. The Wonders of Nature and Art: Comprising Upwards of Three Hundred of the by Joseph Taylor (1838)
"... this holy virgia ¥J warned by a voice to call on St. deifer, ... t"x- deifer she was directed to go to St. Saturnus, at Hrc.* and by St. Saturnus, ..."