Meaning of olim in English:

olim

Pronunciation /ˈəʊlɪm/

adverb

  • Chiefly in later use At one time, formerly.

    Frequently introducing an earlier name or style placed parenthetically after the current term.

Origin

Mid 17th century. From classical Latin ōlim once, at one time, formerly from a first element also seen in olle that man, he (archaic form of ille), ultrā + -im, suffix forming adverbs.