Berime
Berime Be*rime", v. t. To berhyme.

Note: [The earlier and etymologically preferable spelling.] [1913 Webster]


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  • berime — /bi ruym /, v.t., berimed, beriming. berhyme. [BE + RIME1] * * * …   Universalium

  • berime — v. berhyme, praise in verse …   English contemporary dictionary

  • berime — be·rime …   English syllables

  • berime — transitive verb see berhyme …   Useful english dictionary

  • berhyme — /bi ruym /, v.t., berhymed, berhyming. to celebrate in verse. Also, berime. [1580 90; BE + RHYME] * * * …   Universalium

  • Old English subjunctive — The subjunctive mood is a flexible grammatical instrument for expressing different gradients in thought when referring to events that are not stated as fact. It is still used frequently in such languages as French, German and Spanish, and also in …   Wikipedia

  • be|rhyme — «bih RYM», transitive verb, rhymed, rhym|ing. 1. to make rhymes about. 2. to mention in rhyme. 3. to lampoon. Also, berime …   Useful english dictionary

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