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Proto-Germanic: *rēm=, *rōm=
Meaning: dust, sooth
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: rōmig `blackened, sooty', cf. hrūmig `id.'
English: room `scurf on the head, dandruff'
Old High German: rām (13.Jh.) `staubiger Schmutz, Russ'; rāmag `schmutzig, russig' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: rām, rān st. m. 'staubiger schmutz (bes. von der rüstung), russ'
German: dial. Rahm

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