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We have found multiple words arm. Choose the one you are looking for and click on the link in its Dictionary entry column to see its detailed etymology.

Dictionary entry Language Definition
arm English (Verb Noun) To supply with arms or limbs.. To take by the arm; to take up in one's arms. (anatomy) The extended portion of the upper limb, from the shoulder to the elbow.. (baseball, slang) A pitcher. [...]To supply with arms or limbs.. To take by the arm; to take up in one's arms. (anatomy) The extended portion of the upper limb, from the shoulder to the elbow.. (baseball, slang) A pitcher. [...]
arm English (Adjective) (UK, _, dialectal, chiefly, Scotland) Poor; lacking in riches or wealth.. (UK, _, dialectal, chiefly, Scotland) To be pitied; pitiful; wretched.(UK, _, dialectal, chiefly, Scotland) Poor; lacking in riches or wealth.. (UK, _, dialectal, chiefly, Scotland) To be pitied; pitiful; wretched.
arm English (Verb Noun) (figurative) To furnish with means of defence; to prepare for resistance; to fortify, in a moral sense.. To cover or furnish with a plate, or with whatever will add strength, force, security, or [...](figurative) To furnish with means of defence; to prepare for resistance; to fortify, in a moral sense.. To cover or furnish with a plate, or with whatever will add strength, force, security, or [...]
arm German (Adjective) Low (having a small amount). Poor (having little money). Poor (to be pitied).Low (having a small amount). Poor (having little money). Poor (to be pitied).
arm Dutch (Noun) Arm.Arm.
arm Dutch (Adjective) Poor (not rich). Poor (unfortunate).Poor (not rich). Poor (unfortunate).
arm Swedish (Noun) (anatomy) arm; the body part. Arm; something extending from a body.(anatomy) arm; the body part. Arm; something extending from a body.
arm Swedish (Adjective) (dated) poor; to be pitied. (dated) poor; with no possessions or money.(dated) poor; to be pitied. (dated) poor; with no possessions or money.
arm Irish (Noun) (collective) arms. Army. Weapon; implement, tool.(collective) arms. Army. Weapon; implement, tool.
arm Norwegian Bokmål (Noun Adjective) (anatomy) an arm Poor.(anatomy) an arm Poor.
arm Romanian (Noun) (chiefly, Oltenia) an animal's haunch, or a thigh on a person.(chiefly, Oltenia) an animal's haunch, or a thigh on a person.
arm Old English (Noun) Arm.Arm.
arm Middle English (Noun) Arm.Arm.
arm Middle English (Adjective) Miserable, wretched. Poor.Miserable, wretched. Poor.
arm Norwegian Nynorsk (Adjective) Poor, pitiful (to be pitied).Poor, pitiful (to be pitied).
arm Norwegian Nynorsk (Noun) (anatomy) an arm.(anatomy) an arm.
arm Danish (Noun) (anatomy) arm.(anatomy) arm.
arm Danish (Adjective) (dated) poor, not rich. Unfortunate, poor.(dated) poor, not rich. Unfortunate, poor.
arm Scottish Gaelic (Noun) Arm, weapon. Army.Arm, weapon. Army.
arm Manx (Verb Noun) Arm Arm, weapon, armament.Arm Arm, weapon, armament.
arm Middle Dutch (Noun) Arm.Arm.
arm Middle Dutch (Adjective) Poor, having few possessions. Unfortunate, pitiable.Poor, having few possessions. Unfortunate, pitiable.
arm Old High German (Noun) (anatomy) arm.(anatomy) arm.
arm Old High German (Adjective) Poor, miserable.Poor, miserable.
arm Old Saxon (Noun) Arm.Arm.
arm Old Saxon (Adjective) Miserable, poor.Miserable, poor.
arm Old Saxon
arm Middle High German
arm Scots (Noun) Arm. Arm of the sea. Bar, beam.Arm. Arm of the sea. Bar, beam.
arm Scots (Adjective Verb) Poor; wretched. Weak; thin; sickly To crawl about miserably.Poor; wretched. Weak; thin; sickly To crawl about miserably.
arm Scots (Verb) To arm, outfit with weapons or armour.To arm, outfit with weapons or armour.
arm Scots (Noun) The tail end of something, especially of fishing line.The tail end of something, especially of fishing line.
arm Estonian (Noun) Scar.Scar.
arm Estonian (Noun) Mercy.Mercy.
arm Old Dutch
arm Middle Low German
arm Old Irish
arm Old Frisian
arm Norwegian
arm Westrobothnian
arm Afrikaans (Noun) Arm.Arm.
arm German Low German
arm Gutnish