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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek ἅλμα ‎(hálma, leap).

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NounEdit

halma ‎(plural halmas)

  1. (board game) A board game invented by George Howard Monks in which the players' men jump over those in adjacent squares.
    • 1904, ‘Saki’, "Reginald's Christmas Revel", Reginald:
      As a crowning dissipation, they all sat down to play progressive halma, with milk chocolate for prizes.

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halma

  1. (board game) halma

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of halma (Kotus type 9/kala, no gradation)
nominative halma halmat
genitive halman halmojen
partitive halmaa halmoja
illative halmaan halmoihin
singular plural
nominative halma halmat
accusative nom. halma halmat
gen. halman
genitive halman halmojen
halmainrare
partitive halmaa halmoja
inessive halmassa halmoissa
elative halmasta halmoista
illative halmaan halmoihin
adessive halmalla halmoilla
ablative halmalta halmoilta
allative halmalle halmoille
essive halmana halmoina
translative halmaksi halmoiksi
instructive halmoin
abessive halmatta halmoitta
comitative halmoineen

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