[kwah-mish, kwaw-] /ˈkwɑ mɪʃ, ˈkwɔ-/
tending to have, or having, .
of the nature of a .
likely to cause .
[es-se kwahm wi-de-ree; English es-ee kwam vi-dair-ahy] /ˈɛs sɛ kwɑm ˈwɪ dɛ ri; English ˈɛs i kwæm vɪˈdɛər aɪ/ Latin. 1. to be rather than to seem: motto of North Carolina.
[kwahm, kwawm] /kwɑm, kwɔm/ noun 1. an uneasy feeling or pang of conscience as to conduct; compunction: He has no qualms about lying. 2. a sudden feeling of apprehensive uneasiness; misgiving: a sudden qualm about the success of the venture. 3. a sudden sensation or onset of faintness or illness, especially of nausea. /kwɑːm/ noun […]
[kwom-ash, kwuh-mash] /ˈkwɒm æʃ, kwəˈmæʃ/ noun 1. . /ˈkwɒmæʃ; kwəˈmæʃ/ noun 1. another name for camass (sense 1)
[kwah-min] /ˈkwɑ mɪn/ noun 1. a male day name for Saturday. See under . noun 1. (formerly, especially in creole-speaking cultures) a name given at birth to a black child, in accordance with African customs, indicating the child’s sex and the day of the week on which he or she was born, as the male […]