Saum

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle High German soum ‎(seam), from Old High German soum ‎(seam), from Old High German verb siuwen ‎(to sew).

Noun[edit]

Saum m ‎(genitive Saums or Saumes, plural Säume)

  1. seam, hem
  2. edge
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Middle High German soum ‎(weight, pack animal), from Old High German soum ‎(weight, pack animal), from Vulgar Latin *sauma ‎(packsaddle), from Latin sagma, from Ancient Greek σάγμα ‎(ságma).

Noun[edit]

Saum m ‎(genitive Saums or Saumes, plural Säume)

  1. weight
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