The Count having been informed by wurm of his son's love for Luisa, resolves to break off their intimacy.
wurm, without any prefix, had the sense of serpent in German.
This is confirmed on his being informed by wurm that Carlo is Rodolfo, his master's son.
Probably they were the tail-end of the great migration of the wurm ice age.
The eminent conductor will wurm himself into favour with everyone.
The musical pabulum here provided will be known as "the Diet of wurm's."
Lugworm, lug′wurm, n. a sluggish worm found in the sand on the sea-shore, much used for bait by fishermen.
However, despite these qualities, wurm is rather a pleasant and harmless bit of cobweb.
"Perhaps I can find the story," said wurm, his eye running toward the bookshelves.
Mime and he dispute angrily: Siegfried is about to slay the dragon, the "wurm," and the question is who is to have the gold.