"Of course it is," agreed lorimer, who just then sauntered in from his cabin.
“Idleness does not pay in this country, lorimer,” he said, with a beatific air.
lorimer looked at him with a sudden tenderness in his blue eyes.
If you are Mr. lorimer, Miss Carrington desires to speak with you.
lorimer is one of the most lovable fellows in the world, generous and loyal; but he is weak.
But I apologize, Mr. lorimer, for inflicting such talk on you.
During the mornings while Thayer was practising, lorimer and Beatrix idled away the hours together.
Do you realize, Mr. lorimer, that you are in many ways a lucky man?
Mr. lorimer,” he said, “will you be kind enough to explain why you are cutting my timber without permission?
Go right in, and tell him that lorimer of Fairmead is waiting for his horse.
c.1200 (mid-12c. as surname), "maker of bits for bridles and saddles, worker in small ironware," from Old French loremier "saddler, harness-maker, military leatherworker" (Modern French lormier), from loraim, from Latin lorum "strap, thong, rein of a bridle," from PIE root *wel- "to turn" (see volvox).