Definition of Stemmes
1. stemme [v] - See also: stemme
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stemmes
Literary usage of Stemmes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. British Farmer's Magazine (1850)
"... that place did also tend to Nero 240. stemmes arising from one graine. But let vs seeke out and hunt after the true reason hereof. Some be of opinion, ..."
2. The Tempest by William Shakespeare (2001)
"677, says of Heath : ' There is in this Countrie two kindes of Heath, one whiche beareth his flowers alongst the stemmes, and is called long Heath. ..."
3. The Tempest by William Shakespeare (1916)
"... Lyte's Herbal (1576) : " There is in this countrie two kindes of Heath, one of which beareth his flowers alongst the stemmes, and is called long Heath. ..."
4. Publications by English Dialect Society (1886)
"(1) Bromus sterilis, L.—It is ' much like to otes in leaves, stemmes, and eares.' Lyte. (2) Avena elatior, L.—Cumb. EDS Gloss. C. 8. (3) Bromus mollis, I,. ..."