Glomma

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Glom·ma

 (glô′mə, -mä)
See Glåma.

Glomma

(Norwegian ˈɡlɔma)
n
(Placename) a river in SE Norway, rising near the border with Sweden and flowing generally south to the Skagerrak: the largest river in Scandinavia; important for hydroelectric power and floating timber. Length: 588 km (365 miles)

Glom•ma

(ˈglɔm mɑ)

n.
a river in E Norway, flowing S into the Skagerrak. 375 mi. (605 km) long.
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