vagrom

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adjective va·grom \ˈvā-grəm\

Definition of vagrom

  1. :  vagrant

Origin and Etymology of vagrom

apparently by dissimilation and reduction from 2vagrant (parallel to ingram from ingrant, ignorant)


First Known Use: 1599


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