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NounEdit

גולם \ גֹּלֶם (gólemm (plural indefinite גְּלָמִים‎, plural construct גָּלְמֵי־‎) [pattern: קֹטֶל]

  1. an inchoate object, an amorphous mass
  2. a dummy, a form
  3. (mythology, Jewish folklore) a golem, a clay automaton
  4. (entomology) a pupa
  5. (colloquial) a fool, a clod, an oaf, an awkward person

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EtymologyEdit

From Hebrew גולם \ גֹּלֶם(gólem).

NounEdit

גולם (goylemm, plural גולמס(goylems) or גולמים(goylomem)

  1. (mythology, folklore) golem
  2. (derogatory) fool, idiot

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