ilm and the others didn't try to argue, even in the tongue of arguments.
His brother, a pastor in the Thuringian village of Griesheim on the ilm, died, leaving three sons who needed an instructor.
His widow was still living in the parsonage at Griesheim, a village on the ilm.
The ilm is seen here to the best advantage: it is clearer than at Weimar, and winds about gracefully among fine trees.
The word is simply the Arabic 'ilm (or knowledge) used in the sense of secret science.
The drowsy old town on the ilm, once the Athens of Germany, laid his imagination under a spell.
Ever since the dawn of time, Lek, ilm and the others had gathered purple.
Indeed the phrase ‛ilm hindī, "Indian science," is used by them for arithmetic, as also the adjective hindī alone.