clime (n.) Old form(s): Clyme
land, region, realm
2H6 III.ii.84[Queen to King, of her journey to England] twice by awkward wind from England's bank / Drove back again unto my native clime
H5 IV.iii.102[King Henry to Montjoy, of English soldiers that might die in battle] the sun shall ... draw their honours reeking up to heaven, / Leaving their earthly parts to choke your clime
MV II.i.10[Morocco to Portia, of his complexion] The best-regarded virgins of our clime / Have loved it too
Oth III.iii.228[Iago to Othello, of Desdemona] Not to affect many proposed matches / Of her own clime
Per IV.iv.6[Gower alone] we commit no crime / To use one language in each several clime
R2 V.i.77[Richard to Northumberland] I towards the north, / Where shivering cold and sickness pines the clime
Tit IV.ii.68[Nurse to Aaron, of Tamora's baby] as loathsome as a toad / Amongst the fair-faced breeders of our clime