seame

seame

(siːm)
n
obsolete grease

seame

(siːm)
vb
an obsolete spelling of seem
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References in classic literature ?
an honest man,' replied John; 'honest in ought but ever putting legs under seame table wi' such as thou.'
"She was pregnant and had almost certainly aborted before (she) beached," Luca Bittau, president of the nonprofit SeaMe, told (https://www.cnn.com/2019/04/01/europe/sperm-whale-plastic-stomach-italy-scli-intl/index.html) CNN . 
Seame permitido citar al respecto un fragmento del Sobre la compuncion y el llanto de la perfeccion cristiana del primer patriarca de Venecia, san Lorenzo Justiniano:
The seame group of people and good used in section (C) are used for the experimentation of this section.
Asi, pues, seame perdonado por aquel que lee lo que hay escrito en los corazones, y sabe que mi intencion no es otra que abrir a los fieles muslimes el camino de la salvacion, aunque sea por tal vil y despreciable medio.