Money, food, or other donations given to the poor or needy; anything given as charity.
The hands of the beggars were outstretched for alms.
by MsCtrl February 19, 2009
–noun (used with a singular or plural verb)
Money, food, or other donations given to the poor or needy; anything given as charity: The hands of the beggars were outstretched for alms.
-pl.n. Money or goods given as charity to the poor.
- Not found in the Old Testament, but repeatedly in the New.
A devout man . . . which gave much alms to the people.
by MsCtrl January 24, 2009
ALM
another lazy monkey
almost licked me
Oh that Ashly, she's just ALM.

OMG she what?!
thats right. ALM!!!!!
by Collie69 January 14, 2009
Angry Little Man. A generally unhappy midget or "little person" who is having a bad day.
That Wee Man is an A.L.M. Hes always pissing in my cheerios
by Denethemachine February 26, 2008
alm
Noun. Mountain.

Etymology: Jonathon Spyri’s novel, Heidi.
Heidi's grandfather told her to get up the alm and look after those goats.
by Nco November 15, 2003

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