from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A spurious genus of crustaceans, representing a stage of stomatopodous crustaceans, for which the term is still in use.
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Upon the next table (21) are the sea craw-fish and sea locusts; and upon the succeeding table (22) the visitor will remark the destructive scorpion-lobster of India, the excavations of which seriously damage the roads of that part of the world; Shrimps in all their varieties; the delicate alima, with its pale thin shell; and the long king crab.
What seduced Ibn ’Arabi above all was Nizam’s intelligence: She was a religious sciences expert alima . . .
‘Ulamá, from the Arabic alima, to know, may be translated learned men, scientists, religious authorities.