See also: kram, krám, and kräm

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GermanEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Middle High German krām(merchant tent; wares), from Old High German krām(merchant tent; tent cloth). The semantic development is “tent cloth” → “merchant tent” → “shop” → “wares” → “stuff”. Cognate with Dutch kraam(booth, stall). More at crame.

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NounEdit

Kram m ‎(genitive Krams or Krames, no plural)

  1. stuff
  2. (archaic) little shop; booth; stall

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External linksEdit

  • Kram in Duden online