Definition of Lyches

1. lych [n] - See also: lych



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lyches

lycanthropies
lycanthropist
lycanthropists
lycanthropous
lycanthropy
lycea
lycee
lycees
lyceum
lyceums
lych
lych-gate
lych-gates
lychee
lychees
lyches (current term)
lychgate
lychgates
lychnis
lychnises
lychnobite
lychnoscope
lychnoscopes
lycine
lycoctonine
lycodine
lycopenaemia
lycopene
lycopene cyclase-isomerase
lycopenes

Literary usage of Lyches

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1. Report Made to the Water Commissioners of the City of Albany, August 1, 1850 by William Jarvis McAlpine, New York (State). Legislature, Albany Water Works (1850)
"... 00 Or if the additional supply is obtained by turning in the waters of lyches kill and Shaker brook, the cost will be as follows: ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1881)
"... and they killed Gwyn his queen, and laid her by her lord; and over the lyches they piled a great barrow, to be a signal far and wide to seafaring men. ..."

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