Definition of holm in English:

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holm

Pronunciation: /həʊm/
(also holme)

noun

British
1An islet, especially in a river or near a mainland.
2A piece of flat ground by a river which is submerged in times of flood.

Origin

Old English, from Old Norse holmr; more frequently used in Scotland and northern England, but found in place names throughout Britain.

Words that rhyme with holm

brome, chrome, comb, Crome, dome, foam, gnome, Holme, hom, home, Jerome, loam, Nome, ohm, om, roam, Rome, tome

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