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- n. Alternative form of haulm. (a stalk)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See haulm, stalk.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as halm.
- n. A variant of hame.
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July 17, 2009 at 4:11 pm ai be trafflen awl teh tiem fur mai wurk. mai kittehs awlwahz eggsightad wen ai com haum – mai Lincoln esspechullii. dat kat jus wurshupz teh groun ai wak awn.
Memmer Folsom Kitteh BLuez:? wen ai ged haum ai luk up kept a copee cuz ai laiked so mush and post it again, ib no one elze hazzit.
English catalogues represent the Napoléon as being "the earliest blue pea in cultivation, podding from the bottom of the haum to the top, with fine large pods."
Holland, and other countries of Europe, it is grown to a considerable extent, both for its seeds and haum.
He shook his head compassionately over the preposterous state of mind betrayed by such a demand, and with a fresh burst of abuse of his brother, and an assurance to the vicar's wife that he meant to 'gie that oald man nawtice when he got haum; he wasn't goan to hev his bisness spiled for nowt by an oald ijiot wi' a hed as full o 'yale as a hayrick's full of mice,' he raised his whip and the clattering vehicle moved forward; Jim meanwhile preserving through all his brother's wrath and Mrs. Thornburgh's wailings the same mild and even countenance, the meditative and friendly aspect of the philosopher letting the world go
Wen ai ged haum, ai’ll habta gib mai bois batts, ef dats deh cayze!
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