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Source: Torp, page b0080, entry 8
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helma m. Helm. g. hilm-s Helm; an. hjalmr; as. afries. helm, ags. helm m. Helm, Wipfel, ahd. mhd. helm, nhd. Helm. Vgl. skr. çárman n. Schirm, Decke.

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Source: Torp, page b0084, entry 4
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helma m. Blässe. norw. mundartl. in hjelmutt mit einer Blässe gezeichnet; nhd. schweiz. helm m., weißer Fleck auf der Stirn, Stier mit weißer Stirn. Vgl. skr. kalmaa Fleck. - lat. câlidus mit weißer Stirn. - gr. [khla's] Ziege mit Stirnfleck.

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Source: Torp, page b0085, entry 9
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helma s. hel 1. 3. 9 und helb.

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Source: Bosworth/Toller, page b0527, entry 5
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Helma, an; m. A HELM, rudder :-- Helma clavus, Ælfc. Gl.104; Som. 77, 124; Wrt. Voc. 56, 42. Be ðæm is swíðe sweotol ðætte God ághwæs wealt mid ðæm helman his gódnesse Deus omnia bonitatis clavo gubernare jure credatur, Bt. 35, 4; Fox 160, 14. [Icel. hjálm; f.]


Source: Bosworth/Toller, page d0530, entry 13
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helma. Add: I. a helm :-- Helma clavis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 98, 4. II. a person who directs affairs :-- God is wealdend and steóra and steórróþer and helma, for þm riht and rt eallum gesceaftum swá swá gód steóra ánum scipe Deus est veluti quidam claims aique gubernaculum, quo mundana machina stabilis atque incorrupta Bt. 35. 3; F. 158. 25.


Source: Cleasby/Vigfusson, page b0255, entry 16
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helma, u, f. [hálmr], a haulm, straw, Stj. 397 (ax-helma).


Source: Torp, page b0080, entry 11
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hel(a)vô f., helma m. Spreu. ahd. helawa, helwa, mhd. helewe, helwe f., nhd. schweiz. helwe, helme m. Haferspreu; schwed. mundartl. hjelm m. Haferspreu. Vgl. ahd. hala, mhd. hal f. Hülle, Schale. Ablautend: ags. hulu f. Hülse. Zu hel verbergen. Oder zu (s)kel? Vgl. Schale und neunorw. skolm Fruchthülse.

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       •hel (PGmc) is the parent entry of helavô in Torp's hierarchy.

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Source: Torp, page b0082, entry 5
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helman m. Griff am Ruder. an. in hjalrn-vlr (hjalmun-, hjalmur-) Helm; ags. helma m. Helm, engl. helm, mnd. helm m. Handgriff. Eigentlich »(gespaltetes) Holzstück«. Vgl. lit. kélmas Baumstumpf, preuß. kalmus Stock. gr. [skalmo's] Pflock, Dolle. Oder helbman? s. helb.

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       •hel (PGmc) is the parent entry of helman in Torp's hierarchy.

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       • Semantic category: Boating

Source: Torp, page b0458, entry 6
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skalmô f. Schwert; Hülse. an. skâlm f. kurzes Schwerk, Zinke einer Gabel; Fruchthülse, nnorw. skolm Fruchthülse (vgl. helma, s. hel 1); nd. ostfries. ndl. schalm dünner Holzstreifen. Vgl. gr. (thrak.) [ska'lmh] kurzes Schwert.

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       •skel (PGmc) is the parent entry of skalmô in Torp's hierarchy.

Source: Bosworth/Toller, page b0918, entry 7
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steór-róðor (-er, -ur), es; n. A rudder, lit. and fig.:--Steórróþer remus (an oar used for steering), Wrt. Voc. i. 48, 11. Steórróðer palmula, ii. 67, 68. Steórróðor, 116, 52. Steórróþur gubernaculum, i. 63, 52. God is steórróþer and helma clavus atque gubernaculum, Bt. 35, 3; Fox 158, 25. God ghwæ; wealt mid ðæm helman and mid ðæm stiórróþre his gódnesse Deus omnia bonitatis clavo gubernare credatur, 35, 4; Fox 160, 15. Steórróðre (stiór-, Cott. MS.), 35, 5; Fox 164, 28. Swelce se stióra slépe and forlure ðæt stiórróður (clavum) . . . Se déþ swá se stióra ðe ðæt stiórróðor forliésþ, Past. 56, 3; Swt. 431, 30-33. [O. H. Ger. stiur-ruodar gubernaculum, clavus, artemo.]



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