• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • v. t Dimit To dismiss, let go, or release.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • dimit To dismiss; permit to go.
    • dimit To grant; farm; let.
    • n dimit In freemasonry, a dimissory letter; written permission to leave a lodge, implying good standing in the lodge left, and thus no disability to affiliate with another lodge.
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. dimittere, to send away, le go; di- = dis-, + mittere, to send. See Dismiss


In literature:

Might as well bid you good-by, and give you a dimit from all the clubs and lodges, until six months after the wedding.
"Double Trouble" by Herbert Quick

In news:

View full size Brad Feinknopf- Feinknopf Photography- Columbus Ohio A night view emphasizes that the facades of the Eleven River townhouses, designed by Dimit Architects of Lakewood for developer Andrew Brickman, are almost entirely glass.
John Dimit 10-25-2012: Play now.
View full size Dimit Architects A rendering shows the planned Hansa restaurant and brewery in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood.
View full size Dimit Architects An aerial view facing northeast from the edge of the Flats East Bank project site.

In science:

I want to thank professor Dimiter Skordev and professor Tinko Tinchev for their comments and advice to me regarding this paper.
Comparison between the two definitions of AI