Definition of Tharm

1. Noun. (context: now chiefly dialectal) An intestine; an entrail; gut. ¹

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Definition of Tharm

1. the belly [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tharm

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thanna
thannah
thannahs
thannas
thanne
thans
thantophobia
thanx
thapsigargin
thapsigargins
thar
thar she blows
tharcake
tharf
tharm (current term)
tharms
tharos
thars
thas
thass
that
that'd
that'd've
that'll
that'll've
that'll be the day
that'll do
that's
that's a wrap

Literary usage of Tharm

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1. Illustrated Life and Career of William Palmer of Rugeley: Containing Details by William Palmer (1856)
"Eliza tharm, the maid-servant, openly stated several months since, ... afterwards Eliza tharm gave birth to an illegitimate child in Palmer's own house. ..."

2. Publications by English Dialect Society (1887)
"tharm, s.—The gut or intestines, such as are used for making sausages ; so described by Skinner, 1668, " tharm, vox agro Line, ..."

3. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ...: To which is by John Jamieson (1880)
"... is denominated falta landet, " the fast land." FERN, FE.VBK, ». " A prepared gut, such as the string of a musical instrument," Gl. Sibb. S. tharm, EA-S. ..."

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