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Acrolith, ak′ro-lith, n. a statue of the earlier Greek artists having the trunk made of wood and the extremities of stone.
Lathyrus sylvestris, narrow-leaved, or wild lathyrus—in the bushes at the foot of the Short Lith, near the path.The Natural History of Selborne, Vol. 2|Gilbert White
Peristalith, pe-ris′ta-lith, n. a series of standing stones surrounding a barrow or burial-mound.
According to a northern version of the ballad, he makes a plectrum from 'a lith of her finger bane.'The Balladists|John Geddie
Lithuanian, for example, retains the archaic diphthongs which disappear in Slavonic—Lith.