- a woman of loose morals; hussy.
- a prostitute or strumpet.
- Obsolete. a scoundrel or rogue.
Origin of limmer
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Examples from the Web for limmer
“Oh, the limmer,” he cried, and started up as if to fly at me again.The Dew of Their Youth
S. R. Crockett
The dinner at Limmer's went off very differently from what it ought to have done.
I will take your counsel; and now I will go at once to Limmer's.
He stayed with her an hour, revisited the count, and then strolled to Limmer's.
Randal dressed in haste, and went at once to Limmer's hotel.