Definition of Louma

1. luma [n -S] - See also: luma



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Louma

loues
loufah sponge
lough
loughlinite
loughs
louie
louies
louing
louis d'or
louis d'ors
louk
loukoum
loukoumades
loukoumi
loukoums
louma (current term)
loumas
loun
lound
lounded
lounder
loundered
lounders
lounding
lounds
louned
lounge
lounge-lizard
lounge about
lounge around

Literary usage of Louma

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1. Biennial Report of the State Coal Mine Inspector (1901)
"... Abe louma, Oscar Lindback, John La hey, Chas. Lobbe, Christian Lakso, John Lund screen. AA louma, Isaac Macki, JC Martin, Andrew Macki, ..."

2. Biennial Report by Washington (State). Bureau of Labor, Wisconsin (1904)
"louma and O. Loam a were found at the bottom of 30 manway on first counter. ... Lewis was found under 29 chute on gangway, and E. louma bottom of air chute ..."

3. A History of Greece: From Its Conquest by the Romans to the Present Time, B by George Finlay (1877)
"This army spread over the rich valley of the Maeander, gained possession of Tralles and Antiocheia by capitulation, took louma and ..."

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