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TRAM: "the rest are mine"[edit]

This was a button/command in the online card game Yahoo! Hearts, to be used when a player was sure of claiming the remaining tricks with his/her hand. Not sure whether it's CFI-attestable, or was used outside of Yahoo!, but there do seem to be a couple of mentions on Usenet. Equinox 23:24, 26 April 2015 (UTC)

RFC discussion: June 2007–November 2009[edit]

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--Connel MacKenzie 08:54, 5 June 2007 (UTC)

This looks as good as other Wiktionary pages. A lot of work has been done --Volants 16:59, 17 November 2009 (UTC)


Discussion moved from User talk:Smuconlaw.

I see you've reverted my edit of tram in relation to its etymology, saying that OED claims otherwise, however according to the OED definition article of tram, it lists the etymology for tram as from Middle Low German and Middle Dutch, where as other sources(which I referenced) suggest a Middle Dutch origin, nonetheless most(?) dictionaries seem to suggest this as well. So I don't see the reason for reverting this? --Eliot (talk) 16:25, 19 January 2017 (UTC)