enarm

enarm

(ɪnˈɑːm)
vb (tr)
1. (Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) to provide with arms or armour
2. (Heraldry) heraldry to use colour to depict the arms (such as the hooves, tusks or bill) of a bird or beast
3. (Cookery) cookery to garnish with lard
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Estadisticas 2007 ENARM. (Access date: January 11, 2016).
Estadisticas 2015 ENARM. (Access date: January 11, 2016).
Estadisticas 2009 ENARM. (Access date: January 11, 2016).
to enarm [sic] in welcome every new Jewish family, as it arrived in the city; at the time making that family feel `at home' in Anshe Chesed [as much] as humanly possible, and guaranteeing that whatever traditionalist needs they may personally feel, he would assist them to fulfill." In much the same vein, Carolyn Gray LeMaster, the historian of Arkansas Jewry, reports that through the 1930s in Texarkana, East European Jews who preferred a traditional liturgy met early on Saturday mornings at the Reform synagogue, Mount Sinai, while "members of the Temple cooperated by filling in the needed number for a minyan."(39)
enarming him, I enarmed him further--Arme, Virumque,