ghem

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin glomus through a root *glemus. Or altered within Romanian from *ghiom > *ghiome > *gheme. Compare Aromanian gljem, gljom.

Noun[edit]

ghem n (plural gheme)

  1. ball of thread or yarn
  2. the third compartment of a ruminant's stomach

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