Definition of Telesms

1. Noun. (plural of telesm) ¹



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Definition of Telesms

1. telesm [n] - See also: telesm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Telesms

teleseme
telesemes
teleseminar
teleseminars
teleses
teleshop
teleshopped
teleshopper
teleshoppers
teleshopping
teleshops
teleshow
teleshows
telesis
telesm
telesms (current term)
telesoftware
telespectroscope
telespectroscopes
telestation
telestations
telestereoscope
telestereoscopes
telesthesia
telestial
telestic
telestich
telestichs
telestics
telestrator

Literary usage of Telesms

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1. A cyclopædia of biblical geography, biography, natural history, and general by John Parker Lawson, John Marius Wilson (1866)
"It early gave rise to the making of telesms; was often, from early times to late ... The making of telesms consisted in the astrological determining of a ..."

2. The New Era (1874)
"But whether this erudite writer be correct or not in his conjectures as to the origin of telesms or Talismans, it is certain such images, constructed under ..."

3. The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments: The Text Carefully by Adam Clarke (1837)
"80, where he represents a person making two images or telesms, one of wax, another of clay, which were to represent an absent person, ..."

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