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Who is Chram?
Chram was a son of Chlothar I and his fifth wife, Chunsina.
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A Dictionary of the Central Nicobarese Language (English-Nicobarese and Nicobarese-English), with Appendices Containing a Comparison of Synonymous Words in the Remaining Nicobarese Forms and Other Matters, Preceded by Notes on the Grammar of the Central Form (1889)
by Edward Horace Man
by Sir George Watt
Lut-ter, Nepal; Chram, Garo; Sam, Ass. ; Cham, Cachar ; Pani, toponi, Magh. ; Toungpeingnai, toung- peinne, BURM.; Kaita-dd, And. Habitat.
Dictionary of Early English (1955)
by Joseph T. Shipley
Originally (Old High German chram, cram) an awning; in English, a booth ...
by Francis Katamba
We only give examples of words in which -li might be expected on some lower counts: bardk, hrad, -hran, chram, jehlan, Ian, mrakodrap, ocean, oval, plac, pop. ' square', -stran, zadek zadk-, zamek zamk-, listopad, patek patk-, Mars ...
by Sir George Watt, Edgar Thurston, T. N. Mukharji
Lut-ter, Nepal ; Chram, Garo ; Sam, Ass. ; Cham, Cachar ; Pani, toponi, Magh. ; Toungpeingnai, toung- peinne, BuRM. ; Kaita-da, AND.
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Scrabble value of C3H4R1A1M3
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