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Oxford dictionary definition of the word foam:
a mass of small bubbles formed on or in liquid, typically by agitation or fermentation:
a beer with a thick head of foam
a mass of small bubbles formed from saliva or sweat.
a liquid preparation containing many small bubbles:
a lightweight form of rubber or plastic made by solidifying liquid foam:
(the foam) literary the sea:
Venus rising from the foam
form or produce a mass of small bubbles; froth:
the sea foamed beneath them
(as adjective foaming)
pints of foaming bitter
foam at the mouth
informal be very angry.
Old English fām (noun), fǣman (verb), of West Germanic origin; related to Old High German feim (noun), feimen (verb)