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Photographic Friday: helm

1helm \’helm\ noun


ETYMOLOGY: Middle English, from Old English [before 12th century]

2helm \’helm\ transitive verb

to cover or furnish with a helmet

ETYMOLOGY: [before 12th century]

3helm \’helm\ noun

a lever or wheel controlling the rudder of a ship for steering; broadly: the entire apparatus for steering a ship :: . . . → Read More: Photographic Friday: helm