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Heim is the German, Norwegian, Icelandic and Faroese equivalent of the English word home. It is a common German and Norwegian suffix in place names such as Mannheim and Trondheim. In Norwegian place names, the suffix is often weakened to just -um, -eim, -im, or even just -m, such as in Bærum, Elverum, Modum, Sørum, Bjerkreim, Askim and Sem. The old form has been revived in some names such as Austrheim, Grindheim, Jessheim, and Jotunheimen.
Heim may refer to:
- Heim (surname), a list of people with this surname
- Heim, Norway, a municipality in Trøndelag county, Norway
- Heim (village), a village in the municipality of Hemne in Trøndelag county, Norway
- Heim (former municipality), a former municipality in the old Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway
- Heim Peninsula, a peninsula on Ellesmere Island in Nunavut, Canada
- Heims Lake, a lake in Minnesota
- Heim (vehicle manufacturer), a vehicle manufacturer in Germany
- Heim theory, a collection of ideas about the fundamental laws of physics
- Heim, a 2011 album by Icelandic singer Jón Jónsson
- HeIM, a Scanning helium ion microscope
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