noun \ˈrüm(p)th\

Definition of roomth



dialectal, chiefly England

  1. :  room, place

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Origin and Etymology of roomth

alteration (influenced by obsolete room, adjective, roomy, spacious) of Middle English rimth, from Old English rȳmth, from rūm roomy, spacious — more at 2room

First Known Use: 1537

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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