Definition of Heimish
1. homelike [adj] - See also: homelike
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Heimish
Literary usage of Heimish
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of Education by Nova Scotia Dept. of Education (1908)
"Wenn von Zeit zu Zeit sich alles Schlimme hauft, wie den Winter in Paris, wo ich de liebsten Menschen verlieren musste, mich nie heimish ..."
2. Bulletins and Other State Intelligence (1860)
"I imagine, by the perfect steadiness of the troops, * Her Majesty's 14th Dragoons, 42 sabres, under Lieutenant heimish. ..."
3. Select Treatises of Martin Luther in the Original German: With Philological by Martin Luther, Barnas Sears (1846)
"This word, derived from heim, home, was once used as heimish now is, to indicate what was at home or what pertained to home. But its common meaning is ..."