noun Etymology: Middle English (northern dialect) Date: 14th century chiefly Scottish & Irish glimmer; also glimpse

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  • Stime — Stime, n. [Etymology uncertain.] A slight gleam or glimmer; a glimpse. [Prov. Eng.] Halliwell. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • stime — I sti|me 1. sti|me sb., n, r, rne; en stime sild; en stime af uheld II sti|me 2. sti|me vb., r, de, t; stime sammen …   Dansk ordbog

  • stime — ˈstīm noun also stim tim ( s) Etymology: Middle English (northern dialect) stime, styme chiefly Scot & Irish : the smallest quantity …   Useful english dictionary

  • stime — /stuym/, n. Scot., Irish Eng. the smallest bit; a drop, taste, or glimpse. [1250 1300; ME (Scots); perh. < ON skimi a glimpse] * * * …   Universalium

  • stime — estime mésestime sous estime surestime …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • stimé — estimé mésestimé sous estimé surestimé …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • stime — at man er inde i en s.: bruges om angriber før kamp, efter han i den tidl. kamp har scoret …   Sportsjournalistisk dansk ordbog

  • Stime — Del animal …   Vocabulario del idioma zapoteco istmeño

  • Hrarí' nú stuuba' stime — Aquí está su huella (del animal) …   Vocabulario del idioma zapoteco istmeño

  • stimėti — stimėti, ėja, ėjo intr. stiprėti …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

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