Examples from the Web for lemen
Mr. Lemen created the first eight Baptist churches in Illinois, having them especially declare against slavery and intemperance.
Rev. Benjamin Ogle, Mr. Lemen's brother-in-law, and others mentioned this fact in some of their papers and notes.
A majority of the signers of this address were Lemen's Baptist friends, and its phraseology points to him as its author.
Mr. Lemen came to Illinois in 1786 and settled in what is now Monroe County.The Life of Lyman Trumbull|Horace White
"Don't know, Mars'r Deck; he and the oder gen'lemen done went ober dat way," replied General.Brother Against Brother|Oliver Optic
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Word Origin for leman
British Dictionary definitions for lemen (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for lemen
"sweetheart, paramour" (archaic), late 13c., from Middle English leofman (c.1200), from Old English leof "dear" (see lief) + man "human being, person" (see man (n.)). Originally of either gender, though deliberate archaic usage tends to limit it to women.