Definition of malm in English:

malm

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Pronunciation: /mɑːm
 
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noun

[mass noun]
1A soft, crumbly chalky rock, or the fertile loamy soil produced as it weathers.
1.1 (also malm brick) [count noun] A fine-quality brick made originally from malm, marl, or a similar chalky clay.
More example sentences
  • I also heard about adding mineral rocks (malm brick) and brownite.
  • I am thinking about bringing up the walls with lime malm brick.

Origin

Old English mealm-, of Germanic origin; related to meal2.

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