Other Word Forms of Womb
Origin of Womb
From Middle English wombe, wambe, from Old English womb, wamb (“belly, stomach; bowels; heart; womb; hollow"), from Proto-Germanic *wambō (“belly, stomach, abdomen"), from Proto-Indo-European *wamp- (“membrane (of bowels), intestines, womb"). Cognate with Scots wam, wame (“womb"), Dutch wam (“dewlap of beef; belly of a fish"), German Wamme, Wampe (“paunch, belly"), Danish vom (“belly, paunch, rumen"), Swedish vÃ¥mb (“belly, stomach, rumen"), Norwegian vomb (“belly"), Icelandic vömb (“belly, abdomen, stomach"), Old Welsh gumbelauc (“womb"), Breton gwamm (“woman, wife"), Sanskrit वपा (vapā́, “the skin or membrane lining the intestines or parts of the viscera, the caul or omentum").
Middle English from Old English wamb
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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