(hm), n. [AS. holm, usually meaning, sea, water; akin to Icel. hlmr, holmr, an island, Dan. holm, Sw. holme, G. holm, and prob. to E. hill. Cf. Hill.]
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1. An islet in a river. J. Brand.
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2. Low, flat land. Wordsworth.
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The soft wind blowing over meadowy holms.
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Holm thrush (Zol.), the missel thrush.
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