Definition of Lumas
1. Noun. (plural of luma) ¹
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Definition of Lumas
1. luma [n] - See also: luma
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Literary usage of Lumas
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1. Fifty Years a Detective by Thomas Furlong (1912)
"My operative secured a room adjoining the room occupied by lumas at Indianapolis, and the other one in Detroit was just as fortunate, and in a short time my ..."
2. Collections of the Dover, N.H., Historical Society by Dover Historical Society (N.H.) (1894)
"... borne 26 Day of march 1723 James lumas Son of ... lumas by his wife Abigal borne the 10"' Day of September 1725 Samuell ..."
3. Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County, Massachusetts by Massachusetts County Court (Essex County), George Francis Dow (1921)
"Stoughton said lumas might keep the fulling mill, but the latter said he did not care whether he did or not. Sworn, June 25, 1681, before Daniel Denison.f ..."
4. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (1849)
"ASAPH, [146—8.] married Clotilda Hoyt, of Guilford, Ct., 1805. Children, lumas, d. young ; Mary Clotilda ; lumas H., graduated at Williams College. ..."
5. The State Records of North Carolina by North Carolina, William Laurence Saunders, Walter Clark, Stephen Beauregard Weeks (1910)
"See Lewis. Lukis. See Lucas. Lukis, Samuell, in militia, 22. 321. Lukus, Sam'l, in militia, 22. 322. lumas. See Loomis. lumas (Loomis), Jonathan, rank, 18. ..."
6. Early Days in Arkansas: Being for the Most Part the Personal Recollections by William F. Pope, Dunbar H. Pope (1895)
"lumas King and a man by the name of Sinclair were styled the leading fighters of the Tutt party ... Everett, and it was thought that lumas King killed Bart. ..."