Definition of Larmiers

1. Noun. (plural of larmier) ¹



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Definition of Larmiers

1. larmier [n] - See also: larmier

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Larmiers

larkier
larkiest
larkily
larkiness
larkinesses
larking
larkings
larkish
larklike
larks
larksome
larkspur
larkspurs
larky
larmier
larmiers (current term)
larmor radius
larn
larnakes
larnax
larned
larnin
larning
larnite
larnites
larns
larnt
laroid
larosite
larotaxel

Literary usage of Larmiers

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1. The Dublin Journal of Medical and Chemical Science (1836)
"On the Infra-orbited Cavities in Deers and Anti- lopes, called larmiers by the older French Naturalists. By ARTHUR JACOB, MD, Professor of Anatomy in the ..."

2. The Menageries.: Quadrupeds, Described and Drawn from Living Subjects by James Rennie, William Ogilby, Charles Knight (1829)
"The French call them larmiers, believing them receptacles for tears, ... Sir Everard Home has explained the construction of these larmiers f. ..."

3. The New-England Journal of Medicine and Surgery: And Collateral Branches of edited by Walter Channing, John Ware (1817)
"Some genera of this order are still more remarkable for their lachrymal cavities ; (larmiers ou fosses lacrymales, in the original. ..."

4. Dictionnaire classique d'histoire naturelle by Jean Victor Audouin, Isidore Bourdon (1822)
"Si elle n'a pas de larmiers et nons de mentionner, c'est probablement une esp├Ęce distincte. manque aussi du Sillon que nous ..."

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