sarma

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See also: Sarma, särmä, sârmă, šarma, and sarmā

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Sarma

Etymology[edit]

From Turkish sarma, from sarmak ("to wrap").

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sarma ‎(plural sarmas)

  1. A dumpling of minced meat and other ingredients wrapped in a leaf (grape or cabbage); the Turkish equivalent of dolma.

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Latvian[edit]

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Sarmas klāti koki

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sarma f (4th declension)

  1. frost (thin ice crystals that form on plant leaves, twigs, or also on wires, cables, etc. when the air temperature is below the freezing point)
    sarmas klāti koki‎ ― frost-covered trees
    graudainā sarma‎ ― granulous frost
    kristāliskā sarma‎ ― crystal frost
  2. (figuratively) gray hair, graying hair
    sarma matos‎ ― gray (lit. frost) in the hair

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Turkish sarma.

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sarma f ‎(plural sarmale)

  1. stuffed cabbage roll

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