Definition of Liroth
1. lira [n] - See also: lira
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Liroth
Literary usage of Liroth
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Manual of Practical Hygiene by Edmund Alexander Parkes (1878)
"Mutton liroth is a little stronger, and chicken broth strongest of all. About 82 per cent, of the salte of beef pass into the broth, viz., all the chlorides ..."
2. The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents: Travels and Explorations of the by Jesuits, Reuben Gold Thwaites (1899)
"... came to the Father, after the Council, to say that he wished, .to. adopt -him as . his. liroth>ei>r-.a . mark "f ..."
3. Annual Reportby New York (State), Bureau of Statistics, Dept. of Labor by New York (State), Bureau of Statistics, Dept. of Labor (1904)
"Painter» and Decorators — Continued. liroth'd of Painters, Decorators and Paper Hangers of America No. 488.... Amalgamated Painters. ..."
4. The Word by Harold Waldwin Percival (1912)
"is said, 'and the Lord came down to see (liroth) the city. . . .' that is, divesting himself of a part of his glory, he manifested himself in a visible form ..."