Alms

Alms (z, z) or almsgiving involves giving to others as an act of virtue, either materially or in the sense of providing capabilities (i. e. education) for free. It exists in a number of religions and regions. The word, in the modern English language, comes from the Old English ælmesse, ælmes, from Late Latin eleemosyna, from Greek ἐλεημο
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Alms

• (n. sing. & pl.) Anything given gratuitously to relieve the poor, as money, food, or clothing; a gift of charity.
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alms

noun money or goods contributed to the poor
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Alms

Alms noun sing. & plural [ Middle English almes , almesse , Anglo-Saxon ælmysse , from Latin eleemosyna , Greek ... mercy, charity, alms, from ... to pity. Confer Almonry , Eleemosynary .] Anything given gratuitously to relieve the poor, as money, food, or cl...
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Alms

Gifts to the poor including food, clothes, coin, and other goods.
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alms

[n] - voluntary contributions to aid the poor
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