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Definition of "eme" [eme]

  • An uncle. (noun)
  • Friend. (noun)

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Use "eme" in a sentence
  • "Tychicus to them to relieve their anxiety concerning him; hina de ` eidete kai ` umeis, but that ye also may know, i.e. you as well as other Christian friends who had manifested solicitude about me in my bonds; ta ` kat 'eme', the things which concern me, i.e. my circumstances; ti 'pra'sso; not what I do, for that they knew already; but how I do."
  • "The word "eme" signifies uncle, and the saying -- its claims as a proverb are small enough -- means that a person may have many relations but very few friends among them."
  • "Being part of the Sierra Madre Oriental, La m or the "eme" (the pronunciation of the letter "m" in Spanish) is a figure located on top of the mountain chain, in the state of Nuevo León, México."