tomber

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From Middle French tomber, from Old French tomber, tumber, tumer ‎(to dance, jump, tumble), from Frankish *tūmōn ‎(to rotate, reel, sway), from Proto-Germanic *tūmōną ‎(to turn, rotate), of uncertain origin. Cognate with Old High German tūmōn ‎(to rotate, turn round), Old Norse tumba ‎(to fall, tumble), Old English tumbian ‎(to dance about, leap, tumble). More at tumb.

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tomber

  1. to fall

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tomber

  1. to fall

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