Definition of Berimed

1. Verb. (past of berime) ¹



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Definition of Berimed

1. berime [v] - See also: berime

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Berimed

berhyme
berhymed
berhymes
berhyming
beribbon
beribboned
beribboning
beribbons
beriberi
beriberi heart
beriberis
berimbau
berimbaus
berime
berimed (current term)
berimes
beriming
berine
beringed
berisp
berk
berkelium
berkeliums
berks
berley
berleys
berlin
berline
berlines

Literary usage of Berimed

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1. The Monks of the West from St. Benedict to St. Bernard by Charles Forbes Montalembert, Francis Aidan Gasquet (1896)
"Paul berimed, c. 30, places the miracle at the Lateran, and the daie Immediately after the accession of the Pope.. * " Duo rustici, non improbabili ..."

2. The Works of William Shakespeare by William Shakespeare (1901)
"Irish rat; Irish witches were said to be able to rime either man or beast to death; berimed rats are frequently alluded to in Elizabethan writers; III. ii. ..."

3. Remains of the Early Popular Poetry of England by William Carew Hazlitt (1864)
"And after that another throw hym toke, And therwith alle his body alle to-shooke, Lyke as a fever that berimed hym so hote, And was to hym grete ..."

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