jorum, a capacious vessel from which food is eaten, as broth or stew.
As he came I poured out a second jorum of coffee, and remembering that he liked it sweet, put in plenty of sugar.
He laughed, seeing that she did not understand, and poured out a jorum of coffee.
Inside the castle the great halls had been decorated, by order of King jorum, in holly and mistletoe.
Peter literally fulfilled his promise of taking a jorum in future.
And as he spoke he contrived to swallow a jorum of scalding tea, containing in measure somewhat near a pint.
In the mean time the jorum of ale was in continual circulation.
This seemed to make the wretch think better of his purpose, for he fired the weapon into the jorum instead.
King jorum shook his head vigorously, although he was too happy to do anything but smile all the time.
King jorum was a very big man, with a very big smile, and very big woollen boots.