Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Notice; care; heed; attention.
  • To care for; guard; take care of; protect.
  • To take care; be careful.

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Examples

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  • yeme, (obs.) n.

    care, heed, attention; in yeme: in one's care, charge;

    in middle english, almost always to nim (or take) yeme, corresponding with senses of:

    yeme, (obs.) v.

    1. to care for, take notice of, consider; to heed, take care to do something; (intr:) to attend, look attentively upon

    2. to take care of, keep; to have charge of; to guard, preserve, protect

    3. to have command or oversight of; to rule, govern, manage, control

    4. to keep, observe (a command, festival, etc.)

    September 1, 2008