marm

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Respelling of ma'am.

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marm (plural marms)

  1. (archaic) madam; a polite term of address for a lady.

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marm m (definite singular marmen, uncountable)

  1. (archaic) the drone of the sea or of running water
    • 1895, Arne Garborg, Haugtussa:
      Eg kjenner deg, du Havsens Marm, med Galdre-Song []
      I know you, you drone of the sea, with magic song []

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