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From Middle High German krām (“merchant tent; wares”), from Old High German krām (“merchant tent; tent cloth”), probably ultimately borrowed from Slavic, such as Old Church Slavonic gramŭ (gramŭ, “pub, inn”) or črěmŭ (črěmŭ, “tent”).
- (colloquial, derogatory) stuff
- (archaic) little shop; booth; stall
Declension of Kram (uncountable)