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- n. timber
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as 1st timber.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A dialectal form of timber, timber.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Smithers: @timmer: maybe it could be a "virtual convention"! everyone could get drunk at home. timmer: how about a library with fast wireless hookup .. bloggers the quietest lot in town. bloodline: is grumpy's putting on cold sprints this year? that would be entertainment and
Smithers: @timmer: phht. you just hate transparency. timmer: Finally something worth watching that's more important than Lance's wind tunnel testing.
Trafficant PLEASE do us a favor and change your party affiliation to Republican, if for no other reason than so all the wing nuts will be in the same political party. timmer
"Wot are you cuttin 'my timmer fur, young feller?" he asked.
We have to stop making excuses and accommodations for stupid people. timmer
Jua = timmer who works on loft and new bed (name means sun in Swahili)
Klosa: Kolm's sib, runs used clothing and furniture store in Koldok; partner with timmer Mrebbe
O, a tailor wi 'a timmer leg, he danced wi' a 'was intae't,
Kin 'spring' ll woo back the green "bud to the timmer,"
The Arabic name correctly converted into European letters, is _timmer_, not _tummer_.