Definition of Ramis
1. rami [n] - See also: rami
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ramis
Literary usage of Ramis
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Geoffrey de Mandeville: A Study of the Anarchy by John Horace Round (1892)
"The name of the family being "de Raimes"—Latinized in this charter and Domesday invariably as de ramis—an inevitable confusion soon arose between it and the ..."
2. The Dramatic Works of John Lilly, (the Euphuist.) by John Lyly, Frederick William Fairholt (1858)
"ramis. Is it folly to love, which the gods accompt honourable, and men esteeme ... ramis. Both gods and men agree that love is a consuming of the heart, ..."
3. The Complete Works of John Lyly by John Lyly (1902)
"ramis. Stay, cruell Nisa, thou knowest not from whome thou fliest, ... And shall be without hope. io ramis. Dost thou disdaine Loue and his lawes ? Nisa. ..."