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NounEdit

tamm m

  1. crumb

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Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Finnic *tammi. Of Finno-Volgaic or Finno-Permic origin. Cognate to Finnish tammi.

NounEdit

tamm (genitive tamme, partitive tamme)

  1. oak (tree)

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Etymology 2Edit

From Low German dam (dam), compare English dam.

NounEdit

tamm (genitive tammi, partitive tammi)

  1. dam

DeclensionEdit

Etymology 3Edit

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Compare English dam (draughts piece).

NounEdit

tamm (genitive tammi, partitive tammi)

  1. (draughts) dam, king

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EtymologyEdit

Relating to Finnish tammi.

NounEdit

tamm

  1. oak