Definitions

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  • proper noun A city in Finland
  • proper noun A municipality in Norway

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I spent a fair while yesterday googling for a Norwegian website that might sell Rauma Finullgarn, with no success, even toiling on to the 5th or 6th page of Google results.

    Jean's Knitting

  • Even though you may not need it, I think you can buy Rauma Finullgarn on www. helylle.se.

    Jean's Knitting

  • I spent a fair while yesterday googling for a Norwegian website that might sell Rauma Finullgarn, with no success, even toiling on to the 5th or 6th page of Google results.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • He was born in Rauma, Finland, at a time when his country formed an integral part of the Swedish kingdom.

    A Letter By Johannes Jussoila

  • He was born in Rauma, Finland, at a time when his country formed an integral part of the Swedish kingdom.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • We warmly welcome artist who is willing to work with this group in Rauma special school.

    Friday Find: Monday Morning Markets/Jobs/Opportunities A Few Days Early

  • His father, Thorwald Thorwaldson, was king over all the firths and wicks between Coldness in the south and Flatness and the mountain Rauma in the north, and inland over the Uplanders as far as the highest springs of the rivers.

    The Path of the King

  • In the evening, when the saffron light is beginning to fade, we go out and walk in the road before the house, looking down the long mystical vale of the Rauma, or up to the purple western hills from which the clear streams of the Ulvaa flow to meet us.

    Fisherman's Luck and Some Other Uncertain Things

  • Above Stuefloten the Rauma lingers and meanders through a smoother and more open valley, with broad beds of gravel and flowery meadows.

    Fisherman's Luck and Some Other Uncertain Things

  • "Whene'er I take my walks abroad," it shall be to trace the clear Rauma from its rise on the fjeld to its rest in the fjord; or to follow the Ericht and the Halladale through the heather.

    Little Rivers; a book of essays in profitable idleness

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