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Definition of lum in English:

noun

Scottish & Northern English
A chimney.

Origin

early 16th century: perhaps from Old French lum 'light', from Latin lumen.

Words that rhyme with lum

become, benumb, Brum, bum, chum, come, crumb, cum, drum, dumb, glum, gum, ho-hum, hum, Kara Kum, mum, numb, plum, plumb, Rhum, rhumb, rum, scrum, scum, slum, some, strum, stum, succumb, sum, swum, thrum, thumb, tum, yum-yum

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