noun British Dialect.
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Lithotint, lith′o-tint, n. the process of producing coloured pictures from lithographic stones: a picture so produced.
So they encountered, and Sir Launcelot bare him down horse and man, so that his shoulder went out of lith.Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume I (of II)|Thomas Malory
Lith′oglyphics, Lithoglypt′ics, the art of engraving on precious stones; Lithog′lyphite, a fossil as if engraved by art.
Captain Mcke explained that Lith is nothing but desert, and therefore it was very difficult to get up a caravan at once.
Lithophyte, lith′o-fīt, n. any one of the polyps whose substance is stony or hard, as corals.