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Lubim

Lubim (lo͞oˈbĭm), in the Bible, the Libyans. For other possible occurrences, see Chub; Lehabim; Lud.
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The reddish Lyubim rushed forward from behind Milka, sprang impetuously at the wolf, and seized it by its hindquarters, but immediately jumped aside in terror.
So answer me now: what do you want to do?" Wilhelm Furstenberg retorted, "I swore allegiance to the Holy Roman Emperor: in this I am prepared to live and die." The Grand Prince then flew into a rage, and Wilhelm Furstenberg was sent back to Lyubim. Had he consented, he would have headed out to Riga in the Grand Prince's company, while all the Germans [staying in Moscow] would have been showered with gifts of money and clothes; alas, it did not come to pass.