Definition of Geists
1. geist [n] - See also: geist
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Geists
Literary usage of Geists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Spiritual Magazine (1877)
"CONCERNING the nature of geists, it is permitted to make an extract from a volume, ... These geists are, in many ^instances, visible to clairvoyants. ..."
2. Poems, Original and Translations by James Hervey Hyslop (1915)
"Dich suchen meines geists Gedanken; Dich sucht mein Traum in dunkler Nacht! Es ist ein tief geheimes Kranken Und Wonne doch, die selig macht! ..."
3. Edinburgh Records: The Burgh Accounts by Edinburgh (Scotland) (1899)
"... four geists, price of the pece xxx"; summa is, . ... Item, gevin iiij men for bering of thir viij geists fra the Ovir Bow and fra ..."
4. Ruskin in Oxford and Other Studies by George William Kitchin (1903)
"... that served the said geists came from the great kitching of the Prior, the bread and ... serve his geists withall."1 While thus lodged in the College, ..."