rum-

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See also: rum, Rum, rúm, rùm, Rùm, rüm, and rum.

Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From rūm "spacious, roomy"

Prefix[edit]

rūm-

  1. wide, spacious; far-reaching
    rūmwelle "spacious"
    rūmgāl "joy of freedom, release"
  2. liberal, extensive, ample, abundant, bountiful
    rūmġifol "bountiful, liberal"
    rūmmōdnes "liberality, big-heartedness"
  3. great, noble; august
    rūmheort "generous"