walm

noun
plural -s

Definition of walm 

(Entry 1 of 2)

obsolete
\ˈwäm\

Definition of walm (Entry 2 of 2)

archaic

archaic : to well up (as water) : gush forth waters spring and walm out of the inner parts of the earth— Stephen Batman

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History and Etymology for walm

Noun

Middle English, bubbling of water, from Old English wælm, wielm action of boiling or bubbling; akin to Old High German walm action of boiling, Old English weallan, wyllan to bubble, well

Intransitive verb

Middle English walmen, from walm, noun

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