botm

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

[Devanagari?] From Proto-Germanic *butmaz (ground), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰudʰm- (earth, bottom). Cognate with Old Saxon bodom (bottom), Old High German bodam (floor, bottom), Old Norse botn (floor, ground), Old English bytme (keel of a ship), Sanskrit बुध्न (budhná, bottom, ground), Avestan [script?] (būnō, bottom, ground), Latin fundus (bottom).

Noun[edit]

botm m

  1. bottom; foundation
  2. ground
  3. abyss

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