Definition of Shtoom

1. Adjective. (alternative form of shtum) ¹



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Definition of Shtoom

1. quiet [adj] - See also: quiet

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shtoom

shtetels
shtetl
shtetlach
shtetls
shtick
shtickier
shtickiest
shtickl
shticks
shticky
shtik
shtikl
shtiks
shtook
shtooks
shtoom (current term)
shtreimel
shtreimels
shtuck
shtucks
shtuka
shtukas
shtum
shtumed
shtuming
shtumm
shtums
shtup
shtupped
shtupping

Literary usage of Shtoom

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1. The American History and Encyclopedia of Music by Janet M. Green, Josephine Thrall (1908)
"Stepwise; progressing by steps or degrees, stumm (shtoom) Ger. adj. Dumb; mute: applied to mechanical devices or instruments for practice that give forth no ..."

2. The Musical Guide: Containing a Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of Terms by Rupert Hughes (1903)
"... E. Vide <TUDE and PIANO STUDIES. Stufe (stoo'-fe'), pi. en, G. Step, degree, stufenweise (vi-ze1). By degrees. stumm (shtoom), G. Dumb. S.-reg- is'ter. ..."

3. Music Lovers' Cyclopedia: Containing a Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary by Rupert Hughes (1912)
"Speaking stops (R.-stimmen, or tönende R.) are distinguished from mechanical stops, stumme (shtoom'-më) R. 3. A frame through which trackers run. 4. ..."

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