Origin of eme
Other definitions for eme (2 of 2)
Origin of -eme
How to use eme in a sentence
Many former Eme stated that is why they left after feeling disillusioned.
Many of the ones around today are more like the Sprite Generation but there are still some old school left in La Eme.
Federal officials spent Wednesday arresting members of the Boyle Heights-based street gang which has strong ties to La Eme.
According to the indictment, it is part of a network of Latino gangs controlled by La Eme.
Ant muche neod is e neomen to ham muche eme for e mahen muchel beon urh ham i godet 190 iwurset.
Eme Ete came and knelt before her brother and begged him to set free one of them, a weak and timid creature, and this was done.
Eme Ete sent Ma a secret message, and she rose and followed him, and coaxed him to take the native oath instead of the ordeal.
In the swift way that only natives know about, Eme Ete received news of it.
Above the door of a house, once inhabited by a surgeon, occurs the following laconic intimation:—“Eme et habebis.”The History of Signboards|Jacob Larwood