hõlm

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See also: holm and Holm

Estonian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Finnic *helma, borrowed from either Baltic (cf. Lithuanian šelmuo (ridge (of a roof))) or Proto-Germanic *helmaz (protective covering). Cognate with Finnish helma.

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hõlm (genitive hõlma, partitive hõlma)

  1. hem (margin of cloth)

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