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lar·um

 (lăr′əm)
n. Archaic
1. A sound warning of danger.
2. A commotion.

[Middle English larum- (as in larumbelle, bell sounded for a call to arms), short for alarum; see alarum.]

larum

(ˈlærəm)
n
an archaic word for alarm
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