The lap or bosom
- Foam rising upon alcohol or any other malt liquors when fermenting and used as leaven in creating loaves of bread plus brewing fungus
- a commercial leavening broker containing fungus cells; always improve the dough for making bread and fermenting alcohol or whiskey
- Foam increasing upon alcohol, or any other malt liquors, when fermenting, and used as leaven in making loaves of bread and in brewing; yeast.
- The lap or bosom.
Old English beorma "yeast, leaven," also "head of a beer," from Proto-Germanic *bermon- (cognates: Dutch berm, center minimal German barm), from PIE root *bher- (4) "to prepare, bake" (cognates: Latin fermentum "material causing fermentation," Sanskrit bhurati "moves convulsively, quivers," center Irish berbaim "we boil, seethe;" see brew (v.)).
(letter.) Foam increasing upon alcohol, or other malt liquors, whenever fermenting, and utilized as leaven for making bread plus brewing; fungus.
- (n.) The lap or bosom.