gámur

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Perhaps from the same root as Ancient Greek χήμη ‎(khḗmē, the act of gaping or yawning).

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gámur m ‎(genitive singular gáms, nominative plural gámar)

  1. a large, spacious container or room
  2. (informal) a person who eats much; gourmand, glutton
  3. a container (large box used for transport)

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