tharm

tharm

(θɑːm)
n
(Biology) a human or animal intestine
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Subs: George Harry, Scott McHarri, Tommy Creamer, Doug Tharm.
92) Blake in Milton (24/26:48-49, E 120) also proclaims that Bowlahoola was "founded" by "Tharmas"--whose name means bowels in Anglo Saxon, tharm (intestines, see Sanmel Johnson's Dictionary).
The doctor was also at the centre of village gossip after housemaid, Eliza Tharm, gave birth to a boy and his "friend" Jane Burgess had an abortion.
But former Coronation Street star Chloe Newsome, who plays Palmer's maid and mistress Eliza Tharm, is keen to hear from any Sunday Mercury reader who may be able to tell her what became of Eliza.
On the one hand Tharmas--the zoa of the tharm, or forms (8)--might be regarded as Urizen's "subaltern" and as such a weaker and "inferior" presence.
And as such they embody the other zoas: reason, the ideas signified by Blake's words and designs; tharm or form, their distinguishing shapes and arrangements; love, desire or energy, their potential to produce an effect or fulfill a function.