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Definition of Lithe

Lithe
Lithe Lithe, v. i. & i. [Icel ?. See Listen.] To listen or listen to; to hearken to. [Obs.] --P. Plowman.
Lithe
Lithe Lithe, v. t. [AS. ?. See Lithe, a.] To smooth; to soften; to palliate. [Obs.]

Meaning of Lithe from wikipedia

- Lithe may refer to: Lithe (programming language), an experimental programming language Lithe (Middle-earth), a fictional holiday in J. R. R. Tolkien's...
- Lithic may refer to: Relating to stone tools Lithic analysis, the analysis of stone tools and other chipped stone artifacts Lithic technology, the array...
- Lithal can mean: Lithium aluminium hydride (LiAlH4), also abbreviated to LAH, a powerful reducing agent used in organic synthesis Lithalsa, a term sometimes...
- Lithe always falls on a Friday and 2 Lithe is a Sa****ay. Lithe and the Midwinter holiday called Yule are the two major holidays in the Shire. Lithe is...
- Lithic sandstones, or lithic arenites, or litharenites, are sandstones with a significant (>5%) component of lithic fragments, though quartz and feldspar...
- Lithe is an experimental programming language created in 1982 by David Sandberg at the University of Washington which allows the programmer to freely...
- archaeology of the Americas by Gordon Willey and Philip Phillips in 1958, the Lithic stage was the earliest period of human occupation in the Americas, as post-glacial...
- In archaeology, in particular of the Stone Age, lithic reduction is the process of fashioning stones or rocks from their natural state into tools or weapons...
- Lithic technology includes a broad array of techniques and styles in archaeology, which are used to produce usable tools from various types of stone. The...
- In archaeology, a lithic core is a distinctive artifact that results from the practice of lithic reduction. In this sense, a core is the scarred nucleus...
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