Definition of Gemmen
1. gemman [n] - See also: gemman
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gemmen
Literary usage of Gemmen
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1810)
"This Collector happened to be in the best tune: laughing aloud, he rilled out, Let the girls alone, Will; but strip the gemmen to their inside linings. ..."
2. Over the Dead Line: Or, Tracked by Blood-hounds; Giving the Author's by Simon Miltimore Dufur (1902)
"He sent up his supplications to Heaven as follows: "O great and 'telligent Lor, look down on dis ere meetin' dis ere night! 'Sist dese gemmen who has fled ..."
3. Reminiscences of Henry Angelo: With Memoirs of His Late Father and Friends by Henry Angelo (1830)
"... for I, that once vas a pattern to gemmen of the thimble, a superfine tailor, am now quite dished and done over; " A Tailor I vonce vas as blithe as e'er ..."
4. Sword and Pen; Or, Ventures and Adventures of Willard Glazier ... in War and by John Algernon Owens (1883)
"Uncle Philip.—March Dasher.—Suspicion disarmed.—"Now I'M ready, gemmen."—Stan and stripe*.—Glorious freedom.—Home 1 IN obedience to orders, Glazier aud his ..."