Definition of Lynages

1. lynage [n] - See also: lynage



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lynages

lymphotactin
lymphotaxis
lymphotoxicity
lymphotoxin
lymphotoxins
lymphotrophy
lymphotropic
lymphs
lymphuria
lymphy
lymphœdemata
lympphocytic choriomeningitis virus
lyms
lyn
lynage
lynages (current term)
lyncean
lynch
lynch law
lynch mob
lynch mobs
lynched
lyncher
lynchers
lynches
lynchet
lynchets
lynching
lynchings
lynchpin

Literary usage of Lynages

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1. The Voiage and Travaile of Sir John Maundevile, Kt., which Treateth of the by John Mandeville, Jean d'Cutremeuse (1727)
"... and it is his Wille, that thoa go to the 7 lynages, and feye to hem, ... and wente to the 7 lynages, and tolde hem how the white Knyght had feyd. ..."

2. The Voiage and Travaile of Sir John Maundevile, Kt.: Which Treateth of the by John Mandeville (1883)
"... of the 7 lynages, that thei scholde leven and forsaken alle that thei hadden in Godes and Heritage; and fro thens forthe to ..."

3. The Voiage and Travayle of Sir John Maundeville Kt.: Which Treateth of the by John Mandeville (1883)
"... of the 7 lynages, that thei scholde leven and forsaken alle that thei hadden in Godes and Heritage; and fro thens forthe to holden hem payd, ..."

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