caurums

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Latvian[edit]

Caurums

Etymology[edit]

From caurs (having a hole) +‎ -ums.

Noun[edit]

caurums m (1st declension)

  1. hole (cavity, empty place or gap on an object)
    atslēgas caurums — keyhole
    izurbt sienā caurumu — to drill a hole on the wall
    caurums koka stumbrā — a hole on a tree stump
  2. a perforation to the other side of an object
    caurums jumtā — a hole on the roof
    caurumi cimdos, zeķēsholes on the gloves, on the socks

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