/ (dwɑːm) Scot /
a stupor or daydream (esp in the phrase in a dwam)
(intr) to faint or fall ill
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Word Origin for dwam
Old English dwolma confusion
Words nearby dwam
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Example sentences from the Web for dwam
Then suddenly there came upon me a dwam and a turning in my head, so that I cried to them to run on and leave me to the pursuers.The Men of the Moss-Hags|S. R. Crockett