Walm refers to the bubbling and heaving of water, etc. in process of boiling, melting, etc.). Also, one such motion; a "Wallop", a bubble; to boil with a continued bubbling noise. Walm is one of obscure and historical terms used by Sir Kenelm Digby for making his recipes for Mead

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