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gaum

verb \ˈgm, ˈgäm\

Definition of GAUM

transitive verb
dial
:  smudge, smear

Examples of GAUM

  1. <the kitchen floor was all gaumed up from countless spills>

Origin of GAUM

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1656

Rhymes with GAUM

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