Definition of Gemmen

1. gemman [n] - See also: gemman



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gemmen

gemitores
gemlike
gemmaceous
gemmae
gemmal
gemman
gemmary
gemmate
gemmated
gemmates
gemmating
gemmations
gemmed
gemmen (current term)
gemmeous
gemmeries
gemmery
gemmier
gemmiest
gemmiferous
gemmification
gemmifications
gemmiflorate
gemmily
gemminess
gemminesses
gemming
gemmipares

Literary usage of Gemmen

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1810)
"This Collector happened to be in the best tune: laughing aloud, he rilled out, Let the girls alone, Will; but strip the gemmen to their inside linings. ..."

2. Over the Dead Line: Or, Tracked by Blood-hounds; Giving the Author's by Simon Miltimore Dufur (1902)
"He sent up his supplications to Heaven as follows: "O great and 'telligent Lor, look down on dis ere meetin' dis ere night! 'Sist dese gemmen who has fled ..."

3. Reminiscences of Henry Angelo: With Memoirs of His Late Father and Friends by Henry Angelo (1830)
"... for I, that once vas a pattern to gemmen of the thimble, a superfine tailor, am now quite dished and done over; " A Tailor I vonce vas as blithe as e'er ..."

4. Sword and Pen; Or, Ventures and Adventures of Willard Glazier ... in War and by John Algernon Owens (1883)
"Uncle Philip.—March Dasher.—Suspicion disarmed.—"Now I'M ready, gemmen."—Stan and stripe*.—Glorious freedom.—Home 1 IN obedience to orders, Glazier aud his ..."

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