The Collaborative International Dictionary
Queme \Queme\, v. t. & i. [AS. cw[=e]man, akin to cuman to come.
To please. [Obs.]
vb. (lb en obsolete) To please, to satisfy.
Usage examples of "queme".
Calling with shrill dove notes like laughter, they plunged their striped prods into the willing quemes of the mares, then pranced off, dripping still, to the applause of the hunters.