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arums

  1. plural of arum

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Arums

EtymologyEdit

From ar(t) (to plow) +‎ -ums.

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NounEdit

arums m (1st declension)

  1. (chiefly in the singular) plowing, plowed land (the past action or the result of plowing)
    rudens arumsautumn plowing, plowed area
    sekls arumsshallow plowing
    pārbaudīt vakardienas arumuto check yesterday's plowing
    tēvs noara vagu kā pa diegu, vagu pie vagas; gan es gribēju darīt tāpat, bet mans arums iznāk tādām vien retām, nevienādām vagāmfather plowed furrows as if (following) a thread, furrow next to furrow; I wanted to do the same, but my plowing came out with few, uneven furrows
  2. (chiefly in the plural) plowed soil, plowed area, tillage; the layer of soil that is overturned by plowing
    staigāt, brist pa arumiemto walk, to wade through plowed land
    noecēt arumusto harrow the plowed earth
    klons krogā stipri bedrains un nelīdzens, gandrīz kā arumithe earthen floor in the tavern was very bumpy, uneven, almost like plowed earth

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