lith definition

  • noun:
    • A limb; any person in your body.
    • A joint; a segment or symmetrical component or division.
    • A segment of an orange, or similar fresh fruit.
    • Owndom; property.
    • A gate; a gap in a fence.
    • A joint or limb; a division; a part; a component created by growth, and articulated to, or shaped with, other areas.
    • A limb; any person in the human body; additionally, a joint; a segment or symmetrical part or unit: as, sound in lith and limb; a lith of an orange.
    • Property.
    • An abbreviation of Lithuanian;
    • of lithograph and lithography.
  • others:
    • 3d pers. sing. pres. of lie, to recline, for lieth.
    • A Middle English variation of light. Chaucer.
    • An obsolete variant of lieth, 3rd person singular indicative present of lie.
    • a feature in certain compounds of Greek formation, meaning ‘stone,’ as in acrolith, monolith, etc. In lots of names of minerals it does occur inside form -lite (which see).

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