lome

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See also: Lome, Lomé, and Lomē

Middle English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Old English lōme, from earlier ġelōme, from Proto-Germanic *galōma, from Proto-Germanic *galōmiz. Compare ilome.

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lome (comparative lomer)

  1. usually, commonly.
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Old English lōma, of unknown origin.

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lome (plural lomes or lomen)

  1. A machine, device, or instrument.
  2. A loom; a frame used for weaving or other weaving implement.
  3. A container or box where fluid is stored.
  4. (rare) A boat; a seafaring craft.
  5. (rare) A grave; a casket.
  6. (rare) A instrument of war; an armament.
  7. (rare, vulgar) A penis.
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Old English[edit]

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lōme

  1. frequent

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lōme

  1. frequently, often

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  • Middle English: lome