shtum

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Borrowed from Yiddish שטום (shtum, mute, dumb, voiceless), from Middle High German stum, from Old High German stum. Cognate with German stumm, Dutch stom.

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shtum (not comparable)

  1. Silent; speechless; dumb.

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