Thymy Thym"y (t[imac]m"[y^]), a. Abounding with thyme; fragrant; as, a thymy vale. --Akenside. [1913 Webster]

Where'er a thymy bank he found, He rolled upon the fragrant ground. --Gay. [1913 Webster]

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  • thymy — /tuy mee/; spelling pron. /thuy mee/, adj., thymier, thymiest. of, pertaining to, resembling, or characteristic of thyme: a thymy fragrance. [1720 30; THYME + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • thymy — thym•y [[t]ˈtaɪ mi[/t]] spelling pron. [[t]ˈθaɪ mi[/t]] adj. thym•i•er, thym•i•est containing or resembling thyme: thymy aromas[/ex] • Etymology: 1720–30 …   From formal English to slang

  • thymy — or thymey adjective Date: 1727 abounding in or fragrant with thyme …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • thymy — …   Useful english dictionary

  • thymey — adjective see thymy …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • thymelike — adjective Resembling or characteristic of the herb thyme. Syn: thymey, thymy …   Wiktionary

  • thyme — [tʌɪm] noun a low growing aromatic plant of the mint family, used as a culinary herb. [Thymus vulgaris and related species.] Derivatives thymy adjective Origin ME: from OFr. thym, via L. from Gk thumon, from thuein burn, sacrifice …   English new terms dictionary

  • θυμόεντος — θυμόεις thymy masc/neut gen sg …   Greek morphological index (Ελληνική μορφολογικούς δείκτες)

  • thyme — n. any herb or shrub of the genus Thymus with aromatic leaves, esp. T. vulgare grown for culinary use. Derivatives: thymy adj. Etymology: ME f. OF thym f. thymum f. Gk thumon f. thuo burn a sacrifice …   Useful english dictionary

  • thymey — variant of thymy …   Useful english dictionary

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