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Sejm

[seym] /seɪm/
noun
1.
the unicameral parliament of Poland.
Origin
< Polish: assembly < Slavic *sŭjĭmŭ equivalent to *sŭ- with, together + -jĭmŭ, noun derivative of jĭm- v. base meaning “take,” akin to Latin emere to take, buy (cf. consume, redeem)
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Sejm

/seɪm/
noun
1.
the unicameral legislature of Poland
Word Origin
Polish: assembly
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Word Origin and History for Sejm

sejm

n.

congress of the Polish republic, 1690s, from Polish sejm "assembly," from *syn-imu, literally "a taking together," from *syn- "together" (see syn-) + PIE root *em- "to take" (see exempt).

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