limbers definition by Webster's New World
Origin: probably ; from French lumière, a hole, aperture, literally , light ; from Vulgar Latin luminaria, origin, originally plural of Classical Latin luminare, a light, window: see luminary
limbers definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Origin: Probably alteration of French lumière, one of the limbers, from Old French lumiere, opening, light, from Late Latin lūmināria, pl. of lūmināre, window, from Latin, lamp; see luminary.