Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [l'ɪm]
meaning of the word
one of the jointed appendages of an animal used for locomotion or grasping: arm; leg; wing; flipper
And there is no wood around to make him a new limb from.
After that he beat the cherry-tree limb all to pieces over me.
It is clumsy in flight, but nimble in leaping from limb to limb.
The Cardinal mounted to the tip-top limb of the ash and looked around him.
Stretching the length of the limb, he thought deeply, though he was not thinking of Black Jack or Wessner.
"With pleasure; especially as I can tell her your wound is not a dangerous one, and you will not lose a limb.
The echo was repeated, and then he wheeled about in real earnest, transfixed with horror, unable to move a limb.
Should some vagrant pass near by, she hurries from her watch-tower, lifts a limb and puts the intruder to flight.
It balanced itself on the limb, leaning over and cocking its bright bead-like eyes at her, as if admiring the sight.
He perched on a limb, and between dressing his plumage and pecking at last year's sour dried berries, he sent abroad his prediction.