Queme meaning

(obsolete) Pleasure.
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Pleasant, pleasing.
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Agreeable.
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Acceptable.
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(intransitive, obsolete) To behave in a satisfying manner to (someone); to be pleasing to.
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(intransitive, obsolete) To become; come to be.
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(obsolete) To fit.
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(obsolete) To please; satisfy.
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(obsolete) To suit.
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Origin of queme

  • From Middle English queme, from Old English cweme, Old English cwēme (“pleasant, agreeable, acceptable”), related to Old English cwemnes, Old English cwēmnes (“pleasure, satisfaction, mitigation”)

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  • From Middle English quemen, from Old English cweman, Old English cwēman (“to gratify, please, satisfy, comply with, be obedient to, serve”) Akin to Old English cuman, "to come".

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  • From Middle English queme, from Old English cweme, Old English cwēme (“pleasant, agreeable, acceptable”)

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