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Rima

[ree-muh] /ˈri mə/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • That I could elude Rima's keener eyes I doubted; but that did not trouble me.

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  • My every action, word, thought, had my feeling for Rima as a motive.

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  • I had sat there a full hour when all at once Rima appeared at my side.

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  • I will tell you that if you will first answer me one question, Rima.

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  • To tell it, to show it, to me is now enough—is it not so, Rima?

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  • They are lost, Rima—your people—but I am with you, and know what you feel, even if you have no words to tell it.

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  • Rima, I can never hope to understand your sweet speech, much less to speak it.

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Rima in Medicine

rima ri·ma (rī'mə)
n. pl. ri·mae (-mē)
A slit, fissure, or narrow elongated opening between two symmetrical parts.

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