Loammi

Loammi

(lōăm`ī) [Heb.,=not my people], in the Bible, symbolic name of the prophet Hosea's second son and figurative name of Israel before reconciliation with God. Cf. AmmiAmmi
, in the Bible, figurative name of Israel after reconciliation with God. See Loammi.
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It was rumored to be the last tree from an orchard once owned by Colonel Loammi Baldwin, whom the apple was named after.
The six-letter word ending in I (next to MCCAIN) must have L, R or S for its first letter, and vowels for the next two; only LOAMMI and SOUARI qualify, and the latter fails because there is no xxxUC word.
Loammi Baldwin who cultivated hundreds of the trees.
Loammi Baldwin, who owned a nursery and grafted hundreds of the apple trees, Ms.
In the 1880s, Hial Carr's sons, Loammi and Samuel Carr, took over and the brothers managed a funeral parlor on the first floor of the Odd Fellows Hall on Cottage Street.
It hired Loammi Baldwin, chief engineer of the Middlesex Canal, to evaluate the idea.