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salmi

See also: Salmi

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salmi (plural salmis)

  1. (rare) A rich stew or ragout, especially of game.

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FinnishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Probably from Proto-Uralic, a possible reconstruction is *śola[1]. Cognates include Northern Sami čoalbmi (narrow in lake)[2], Skolt Sami čuäˊlmm (sound, narrows)[3] and possibly Udmurt сюм (sjum, bay, cove)[4]. Finnish dialectal jolma is a Saami loan[5].

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salmi

  1. relatively narrow passage of water: strait, sound, narrows, inlet

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  1. ^ Álgu database: Word family data čoalbmi
  2. ^ Álgu database: word data čoalbmi
  3. ^ Álgu database: Word data čuäˊlmm
  4. ^ Álgu database: Word data сюм
  5. ^ Álgu database: Word family data čoalbmi

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salmi

  1. plural form of salmo