The Collaborative International Dictionary
Leme \Leme\ (l[=e]m), n. [OE. leem, leme, leam, AS. le['o]ma
light, brightness; akin to E. light, n. [root]122.]
A ray or glimmer of light; a gleam. [Obs.]
Leme \Leme\, v. i.
To shine. [Obs.]
Leme may refer to the following places:
Usage examples of "leme".
By that any dayly3t lemed vpon erthe He with his hatheles on hy3e horsses weren.
Certes, this dreem which ye han met tonyght Cometh of greet superfluytee Of youre rede colera, pardee, Which causeth folk to dreden in hir dremes Of arwes, and of fyre with rede lemes, Of grete beestes, that they wol hem byte, Of contekes, and of whelpes grete and lyte.