Haulm

Above-ground parts of a plant (stem and leaves), especially of potatoes.

Haulm

• (n.) The denuded stems or stalks of such crops as buckwheat and the cereal grains, beans, etc.; straw. • (n.) A part of a harness; a hame.
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Haulm

Haulm (ham) noun [ Middle English halm , Anglo-Saxon healm ; akin to D., G., Dan., & Swedish halm , Icelandic hālmr , Latin calamus reed, cane, stalk, Greek kalamo`s . Confer Excel , Culminate , Culm , Shawm , Cal...
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Haulm

Haulm noun A part of a harness; a hame.
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Haulm

Another name for the leaves and stems of a potato plant.
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Haulm

Another name for the leaves and stems of a potato plant.
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haulm

stems of plants or straw collectively
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Haulm

Straw-like stems, as of the cereal grains; sometimes also applied to the stems of palms; usually a collective noun.
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haulm

[n] - stems of beans and peas and potatoes and grasses collectively as used for thatching and bedding
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