rymma

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Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Swedish rȳma, from Old Norse rýma, from Proto-Germanic *rūmijaną. Related to rum (room).

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Verb[edit]

rymma (present rymmer , preterite rymde , supine rymt , imperative rym )

  1. to hold (a certain volume of space)
    fem personer ryms i denna bil
    five people can fit in this car
  2. to escape, to flee, to evacuate

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