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fulham

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noun ful·ham \ˈfu̇-ləm\

Definition of fulham

archaic

  1. :  a loaded die



Origin and Etymology of fulham

alteration of earlier fullan, perhaps from 1full + 3one


First Known Use: circa 1592


Fulham

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geographical name Ful·ham \ˈfu̇-ləm\

Definition of Fulham

  1. former metropolitan borough SW London, England, now part of Hammersmith




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