Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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HODRUMS, n. A dim. epithet for a young child just beginning to walk. Abd. 1920 15 :
Here's little hodrums comin' shochlin 'imsel.

[Hodder + -ums. Cf. Breekums, Hochums, etc.]

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