arrimer

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From Middle French, from Old French arimer ‎(to dispose of goods in the appropriate manner, store goods in the hold of a ship), from Middle English rimen ‎(to make room for, clear away), from Old English rȳman ‎(to make roomy, extend, widen, spread, enlarge, amplify, prolong, clear, open up, make clear by removing obstructions, to clear a way), from Proto-Germanic *rūmijaną ‎(to make roomy, give room, remove), from Proto-Indo-European *rowǝ- ‎(free space). Cognate with Old Norse rýma ‎(to make room for, clear away, break up). More at ream.

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arrimer

  1. to stow

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