Definition of Lymes
1. lyme [n] - See also: lyme
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lymes
Literary usage of Lymes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Lanfrank's "Science of Cirurgie" by Lanfranco, Robert von Fleischhacker (1894)
".1. of* smale lymes to ... MS. of smale lymes, to brynge« hem to a gode schappe, & bat ¡che harde ..."
2. The Canterbury Tales of Geoffrey Chaucer: A New Text with Illustrative Notes by Geoffrey Chaucer (1851)
"... olde and playn, That no man telle his counseil to his wyf, Of such thing as he wold have secre fayn, If that it touche his lymes or his lif. ..."
3. Select English Works of John Wyclif by John Wycliffe (1871)
"... hys lymes, so he dos for a man J>at doty for hys lymes. ... lymes, and }>e gospel makes no minde of reward of j>is almes, but if it be don to membris of ..."
4. Popular Treatises on Science Written During the Middle Ages by Thomas Wright, Historical Society of Science (1841)
"[grete ; Whan the lymes ... To the lymes al aboute and bringeth hem in ... soule that here maister is ; For whan a child hath alle his lymes, ech lyme quik ..."