dwimor

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From Proto-Germanic *dwemrą (vapour, smoke, apparition), from Proto-Germanic *dwemaną (to smoke), from Proto-Indo-European *dʰūw- (to smoke, raise dust).

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dwimor n

  1. phantom, ghost, apparition
  2. illusion, delusion; error

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