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heaume

[ hohm ]
/ hoʊm /
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noun
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Origin of heaume

1565–75; <Middle French, Old French helme<Germanic; see helm2
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British Dictionary definitions for heaume

heaume
/ (həʊm) /

noun
(in the 12th and 13th centuries) a large helmet reaching and supported by the shoulders

Word Origin for heaume

C16: from Old French helme; see helmet
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