nim


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Nim \Nim\ (n[i^]m), v. t. [imp. Nam (n[aum]m) or Nimmed
   (n[i^]md); p. p. Nomen (n[=o]"men) or Nome (n[=o]m).]
   [AS. niman. [root]7. Cf. Nimble.]
   To take; to steal; to filch. [Obs.]
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         This canon it in his hand nam.           --Chaucer.
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