Origin of eme
Definition for eme (2 of 2)
Origin of -eme
Examples from the Web for eme
Many former Eme stated that is why they left after feeling disillusioned.The Mexican Mafia Is the Daddy of All Street Gangs|Seth Ferranti|December 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the swift way that only natives know about, Eme Ete received news of it.
Many weights of lead and marble were found here; one with the inscription, "Eme et habebis" (Buy and you shall have), also scales.Museum of Antiquity|L. W. Yaggy
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.
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
But there was one who was kind to her, Eme Ete, a sister of the chief, who had a sad story.
British Dictionary definitions for eme
suffix forming nouns
Word Origin for -eme
Word Origin and History for eme
in linguistics, noted as an active suffix and word-formation element from 1953; from French -ème "unit, sound," from phonème (see phoneme).